A healthy result should fall into the range 0 - 1.8 ng/mg.
Human breast cancer tissue produces much higher levels of 4-OH-E1 than 2-OH-E1, while normal breast tissue produces approximately equal amounts of the two metabolites. Women taking hormone therapy with a polymorphism in CYP1B1 had twice the risk of developing breast cancer compared to other HRT users.
Furthermore, the 4-Hydroxyestrones have the ability to convert to metabolites that react with DNA and cause mutations that can be carcinogenic. It is also present in greater quantities in patients deficient in methionine and folic acid. Women who have uterine fibroids also may have increased levels of 4-Hydroxyestrones.
insert the value from you 4-OH-E1 test result.
Generally no treatment recommended
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