Although you typically think of estrogen in relation to women, men also make and use this important hormone—they just need less of it than their female counterparts do. For both sexes, balance is key (isn’t it always?!) but how do you know when your estrogen level is out of whack? And what can you do to get your equilibrium back?
Here are the details you need to know about how men and women can find the right balance or estrogen.
If your estrogen level is causing health problems, the team at Providence can help you find the balance you’re looking for. Search for a doctor in our regional directory or find a location near you:
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