What is Estrogen?


Estrogen are hormones that are important for sexual and reproductive development, mainly in women. They are also referred to as female sex hormones. Estrogen is an entire class of related hormones that includes estriol, estradiol, and estrone.


Estriol is made from the placenta. It’s produced during pregnancy.


Estradiol is the primary sex hormone of childbearing women. It is formed from developing ovarian follicles. Estradiol is responsible for female characteristics and sexual functioning. Also, estradiol is important to women's bone health. Estradiol contributes to most gynecologic problems, including endometriosis and fibroids and even female cancers.


Estrone is widespread throughout the body. It is the main estrogen present after menopause.

What is the purpose of Estrogen?


Estrogen is instrumental in bone formation, working with vitamin D, calcium and other hormones to effectively break down and rebuild bones according to the body's natural processes. As estrogen levels start to decline in middle age, the process of rebuilding bones slows, with postmenopausal women eventually breaking down more bone than they produce. 

  • Faulty Memory

  • Incontinence

  • Itchy skin

  • Tense Muscles

  • Sore Breasts

  • Headaches

  • Digestive Issues

  • Bloating

  • Weight Gain

  • Hair Loss/Thinning

  • Dizziness

  • Tingling Extremities

  • Bleeding Gums

  • Osteoporosis

  • Weakened Fingernails

  • Ringing Ears (tinnitus)

Estrogen also plays a role in blood clotting, maintaining the strength and thickness of the vaginal wall and the urethral lining, vaginal lubrication and a host of other bodily functions. The hormone also affects the brain, and studies also show that chronically low estrogen levels are linked with a reduced mood.

What are signs of an Estrogen imbalance?

  • Hot Flashes

  • Cold Flashes

  • Night Sweats

  • Clammy Feeling

  • Heart Palpitations

  • Irritability

  • Mood Swings

  • Trouble Sleeping

  • Irregular Periods 

  • Low Sex Drive

  • Dry Vagina

  • Fatigue

  • Anxiety

  • Depression

  • Lack of Focus

  • Poor Concentration

What can Qualgen's estradiol pellets do for you?


Qualgen's estradiol pellets are primarily used to help with the effects of menopause, but can be used for anyone who has an estradiol imbalance. 

What makes Qualgen's estradiol pellets different from others?

Qualgen's estradiol pellets are the purest bio-identical pellets on the market. Qualgen pellets are one of the only pellets that are 99.5% pure estradiol and are completely bio-identical. Qualgen uses no other binding agents or chemicals in our pellet production process that are not 100% natural bio-identicals.

How are Qualgen's estradiol pellets made?

Estradiol implants are formed by compressing bio-identical hormone ingredients into very small cylinders a little larger than a grain of rice, approximately 3 millimeters in diameter. Doing this process correctly is critical since it ensures that each patient receives the benefit of a steady accurate hormone dose for 3 months or longer.

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