Hormone Report (Labrix, Doctor's Data)


Performed by: Doctor's Data

Biomarkers included in this panel:

EQ (E3 / (E1 + E2)) Ratio

The Estrogen Quotient is a simple ratio of the cancer protective E3 relative to the proliferative estrogens E1 and E2, to assess breast cancer risk. The higher your E3 is compared to your E1 and E2 levels, the lower your cancer risks may be. 

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Estradiol (E2)

Estradiol (E2) is produced in women mainly in the ovary. The testes and adrenal glands are the principal source of estradiol in men. In women, normal levels of estradiol provide for proper ovulation, conception, and pregnancy, while also pr

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Estriol (E3)

Has weak estrogen activity. Considered to be a protective estrogen. Most prevalent estrogen in pregnancy.

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Estrone (E1)

Produced by the ovaries, the estrone hormone is one of three types of estrogen, and it is one of the major hormones found in the bodies of postmenopausal women. While research into estrone function is still ongoing, largely due to the fact that it is

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Pg/E2 Ratio

This ratio is helpful when both E2 and Pg are within range, yet the patient continues to have symptoms. It is not expected to be normal or used clinically when either E2 and/or Pg are outside of their expected ranges or if the patient does not have c

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Progesterone (Pg)

Progesterone is a female sex hormone of primary importance in ovulation, fertility and menopause. It is particularly important in preparing the endometrium for the implantation of the blastocyte and in maintaining pregnancy. In the follicular phase o

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Testosterone is an anabolic hormone produced predominately by the ovaries in women and the testes in men, and to a lesser extent in the adrenal glands. It is essential for creating energy,  maintaining optimal brain function (memory), regulating

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