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Estradiol Ultra Sensative

The Estradiol Test measures the amount of estradiol (a female sex hormone which is basically a form of estrogen) in your blood. The test will determine your estrogen status, evaluate your ovarian function and monitor the follicular development during ovulation. In men, this test is used to assess estrogen production levels.


Why Do I Need It?:

Are your ovaries functioning properly? Are you able to have children?

The Estradiol Test gives you a lot of information on your ovarian reserve (where your eggs are).

Other Relevant Tests:

If you’re interested in this test, you might also want to consider the Progesterone, Follicular Stimulating Hormone (FSH), Estradiol, and Luteinizing Hormone (LH) tests. If you want all of these and more, you should consider the Comprehensive Female Panel.



Test Details:

Men should have Estradiol levels lower or equal to 29 mL. In women, the level is determined by where you are in your menstrual cycle. Women’s ranges are below:

Follicular Phase70-400 pg/ml
Mid-cycle Peak100-900 pg/ml
Luteal Phase70-700 pg/ml
Postmenopausal≤ 130pg/ml



High Results Indicate:

Elevated levels could indicate ovarian tumors, adrenal feminizing tumors, liver disease or male gynecomastia.



Low Results Indicate:

Decreased levels could indicate ovarian failure or oral contraceptives.