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What Is The Difference Between A Woman's Hormones And Biologically Identical Hormones?

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The following illustration show the molecular structure of a woman’s estrogen on the left and biologically identical [bio–identical] estrogens on the right.

  • Human Estrogens
  • Biologically Identical [Bio–Identical] Estrogens
Human Estrogen and Bioidentical Estrogen

The following tables show the amounts of each type of estrogen that a woman’s body makes, and the amounts of each type of estrogen in compounded biologically identical [bio–identical] estrogens.

  • Human Estrogens
  • Tri–Est [all 3 estrogens]
  • Estrone [E1]
  • 10 – 20%
  • Estrone
  • 10 – 20%
  • Estradiol [E2]
  • 10 – 20%
  • Estradiol
  • 10 – 20%
  • Estriol [E3]
  • 60 – 80%
  • Estriol
  • 60 – 80%

 

  • Human Estrogens
  • Bi–Est [2 estrogens]
  • Estradiol [E2]
  • 10 – 20%
  • Estradiol
  • 20%
  • Estriol [E3]
  • 60 – 80%
  • Estriol [E3]
  • 80%

The following illustration show the molecular structure of a woman’s progesterone on the left and biologically identical [bio–identical] progesterone on the right.

  • Human Progesterone
  • Biologically Identical [Bio–Identical] Progesterone
  • Human Progesterone and Bioidentical Progesterone
  • Human Progesterone and Bioidentical Progesterone

As can be seen from the illustrations, biologically identical [bio–identical] estrogens and biologically identical [bio–identical] progesterone have exactly the same molecular structure as the estrogens and the progesterone that a woman’s body makes.

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