Estrogen is a hormone found in both men and women. However, women naturally have more estrogen because it regulates their reproductive systems. If your estrogen levels are high compared to other hormones, this is referred to as estrogen dominance. Understanding the symptoms of high estrogen in women can give you advance notice of future problems. If you think your estrogen levels are too high, it is best to speak to a doctor.


1. Your Periods are Irregular

There is a myriad of reasons why your period might show up early, late, or not at all. Your monthly cycle is controlled by hormones. If hormone levels are too high or low, these imbalances may be reflected in the regularity of your menstruation. If you frequently have irregular periods, your estrogen levels might be too high.


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