About Estradiol

What should
estradiol levels be?

Estradiol levels fluctuate throughout the menstrual cycle, peaking during ovulation to prepare the body for potential pregnancy and declining if pregnancy does not occur.For middle-aged women, particularly those approaching menopause, estradiol levels typically begin to decline. This decline can lead to various symptoms such as hot flashes, mood swings, sleep disturbances, and changes in skin and bone health.

Keep this in mind about your Estradiol Levels.

Estradiol levels for perimenopause

Leading up to menopause, estradiol levels can be quite variable. Typically, they start to fluctuate more dramatically compared to the more stable patterns seen in younger reproductive years.

When estradiol levels are low...

You may experience a range of symptoms including hot flashes, night sweats, vaginal dryness, and mood swings. Additionally, low levels of this hormone can contribute to bone density loss, increasing the risk of osteoporosis.

When estradiol levels are high...

You may experience symptoms such as bloating, and breast tenderness. Additionally, excessively high levels of estradiol are associated with an increased risk of breast and uterine cancers, as well as blood clotting disorders. Get tested from the comfort of your home.

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Wondering if your estradiol levels are in the right place?

At FemGevity, we are equipped with the best technology and care team to help you keep your estradiol levels in check. Explore our telemedicine plans to get started or book a free consult.

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Estradiol's Potential Side Effects When in HRT

Estradiol therapy, like all treatments, may come with side effects such as breast tenderness or nausea. However, personalized dosing and medical guidance can minimize these risks and improve results.

Estradiol's Role in Menopause Management

Estradiol therapy can be a vital component of managing menopause symptoms. It can restore hormonal balance, helping women regain energy, mood stability, and overall wellness throughout this transition.

Targeted Relief with Estradiol Vaginal Cream

Estradiol vaginal cream is applied locally to address symptoms like dryness and discomfort. It offers a focused solution to improve vaginal health during menopause without significantly impacting the entire body's hormone levels.

Redefining women's health

What is FemGevity?

Menopause is a natural part of life but it doesn’t have to be a struggle. At FemGevity, we believe that menopause is a time for women to thrive, not just survive.

Our Vision

We envision a world where women feel confident, connected, and empowered in their womanhood - a world where menopause is a transformative journey towards growth, vitality, and lasting health.

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Our Mission

Our mission is to empower women to navigate this transition with strength and confidence.

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Does FemGevity accept insurance?

Femgevity does not accept insurance for the consultations. We will submit to insurance for your lab costs. Deductibles & Coinsurance do apply for blood work on certain plans.

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