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Estrone is one of the three major naturally occurring estrogens, the others being estradiol and estriol. Estrone is primarily derived from the metabolism of androstenedione in the peripheral tissues, but also produced by the ovaries and the adipose tissue. Estrone is considered a weaker estrogen compared to estradiol, and it plays various roles in both the female and male body.

  • Test NameEstrone
  • Sample TypeBlood
  • Preparations RequiredNo specific preparation is required. However, inform your doctor if you are on any medications, as they may affect the test results.
  • Report Time14 days

Why is the Estrone test done?

The Estrone test is performed to evaluate ovarian function, detect estrogen-producing tumors, and assess fertility or menstrual irregularities. In men, it is used to evaluate estrogen levels if there is gynecomastia (enlargement of breast tissue).

How is the Estrone test performed?

The Estrone test is performed by drawing blood from a vein in your arm. The sample is then sent to a laboratory for analysis to measure the level of estrone in the blood.

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Frequently Asked Questions

In women, elevated levels of estrone can be associated with estrogen-producing tumors, polycystic ovarian syndrome, or ovarian tumors. Low levels may indicate ovarian failure or menopause. In men, elevated levels might be seen in cases of excessive conversion of testosterone to estrogen.

The risks are minimal and are mainly associated with the blood draw, including slight pain or bruising at the needle site.

Yes, hormone replacement therapy, oral contraceptives, and certain other medications can affect estrone levels.

Estrone is significant as it is one of the major estrogens and has various roles in the development of secondary sexual characteristics in females, and in the menstrual cycle.

Consult your doctor to discuss the results and to understand the implications. Depending on the results, your doctor may advise further testing or a specific course of treatment.

No, estrone levels can vary among different individuals. They also change based on age, menstrual cycle, and health conditions.

Factors that can affect estrone levels include age, body mass index, medications, health conditions such as polycystic ovarian syndrome, tumors, and menopause.

Normal levels of estrone can vary based on sex, age, and individual factors. Your doctor will interpret the results based on specific reference ranges.

Yes, men can have elevated levels of estrone, often seen in conditions such as obesity or in cases where there is increased conversion of androgens to estrogens.

No, while it plays a major role in women's reproductive health, it is also present in men and is important in a balance with other hormones.

Yes, since estrone is also produced by adipose (fat) tissue, weight loss and changes in body composition can affect estrone levels.

Women should consult their gynecologist or endocrinologist, while men should consult an endocrinologist or urologist.

In women, symptoms of abnormal estrone levels can include irregular menstrual cycles, hot flashes, or vaginal dryness. In men, it may cause gynecomastia or erectile dysfunction.

Estrone is an important hormone for both women and men. Having the appropriate balance of estrone is crucial for various physiological functions. If you have symptoms or health issues that may be related to hormone imbalance or if you are undergoing hormone therapy, it's important to have your estrone levels monitored. Always consult your doctor for advice and proper evaluation of your hormonal health.

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