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Hyperestrogenism: definition, classification, symptoms and treatment

Definition of the disease

Hyperestrogenism is a condition in which the level of estrogens in the body is significantly increased. Estrogens play an important role in regulating the female menstrual cycle and affect many other systems of the body.


  • Absolute hyperestrogenism - associated with hyperproduction of estrogens in the body.
  • Relative hyperestrogenism - caused by insufficient formation or action of progesterone, which prevents the too active action of estrogens.


  • Menstrual cycle disorders
  • Infertility
  • Recurrent miscarriage
  • Mastopathy


Hyperestrogenism can be caused by various factors such as endocrine disorders, obesity, use of hormonal contraceptives, etc.


To diagnose hyperestrogenism, laboratory tests for the level of estrogens and other hormones, ultrasound examination, and other procedures are performed.


Treatment of hyperestrogenism depends on the cause of the disease and may include the use of hormonal preparations, dietary correction, physical activity, etc.


For the prevention of hyperestrogenism, it is recommended to lead a healthy lifestyle, avoid excessive use of hormonal contraceptives, and regularly undergo medical check-ups.


For consultation and treatment of hyperestrogenism, it is advisable to contact an endocrinologist or gynecologist.

Note: This material is provided for informational purposes only and is not medical advice.