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Do estrogen levels fall at menopause?

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Yes, estrogen levels fall at menopause. This is a natural transition for all women between ages 40 and 55. Perimenopause is the period of transition before menopause. The first natural decline in estrogen levels starts during this phase.

SOURCES:

MedicineNet.com: ''Women’s Health: Female Hormones.''

MedicineNet.com: ''Estrogen levels in blood predict breast cancer’s return.''

Goldberg, N, MD. Ballantine Books, 2000. Women Are Not Small Men,

Bruce, D, PhD, and Thatcher, S, MD, PhD. Ballantine Books, 2003. Making a Baby,

Lab Tests Online: ''Estrogen.''

Reviewed by Jennifer Robinson on November 25, 2018

SOURCES:

MedicineNet.com: ''Women’s Health: Female Hormones.''

MedicineNet.com: ''Estrogen levels in blood predict breast cancer’s return.''

Goldberg, N, MD. Ballantine Books, 2000. Women Are Not Small Men,

Bruce, D, PhD, and Thatcher, S, MD, PhD. Ballantine Books, 2003. Making a Baby,

Lab Tests Online: ''Estrogen.''

Reviewed by Jennifer Robinson on November 25, 2018

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