Do you suffer from any of these symptoms? Taking certain medications will also lower your testosterone levels. All it takes is one blood test in our clinic to determine whether or not your hormones are insufficient . Your bloodwork is covered by insurance with no co pay, or if you chose to pay cash, the cost is $ for females and $ for males. This lab test for females includes total testosterone Estradiol, follicle stimulating hormone, progesterone, Thyroid stimulating hormone, free T-3 , thyroid antibodies and Complete blood count . For males, we will need total testosterone, prolactin, thyroid stimulating hormone, free T-3 , thyroid antibodies, PSA, and complete blood count.
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There are two ways to accumulate excess estrogen in the body: we either produce too much of it on our own or acquire it from our environment or diet. We’re constantly exposed to estrogen-like compounds in foods that contain toxic pesticides, herbicides and growth hormones. A premenopausal woman with estrogen dominance will likely have PMS, too much body fat around the hips and difficulty losing weight. Menopausal women may experience low libido, memory loss, poor motivation, depression, loss of muscle mass and increased belly fat.