Losing weight helps men to lower their estrogen levels. According to HowStuffWorks.com, obesity is the primary hindrance to a proper hormone balance in men. As an added bonus, losing weight also increases the testosteron... More »

Normal estrogen levels for women before menopause are 60 to 400 picograms per milliliter, according to WebMD. For women after menopause, the standard measurement is less than 130 picograms per milliliter. Normal results ... More »

Estrogen levels vary with no single level considered typical, according to WebMD. Estradiol, the primary estrogen hormone in women, fluctuates based on menstrual cycle and menopausal status. More »

Normal estrogen levels are highest in pre-menopausal women and lower in post-menopausal women, men and children. In pre-menopausal women, Mayo Medical Laboratories defines normal estrone levels as between 17 - 200 picogr... More »

HowStuffWorks reveals that men produce small amounts of estrogen from the circulating testosterone, which occurs in the brain, muscles, liver and fat cells. Men produce more estrogen and less testosterone as they age. Me... More »

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Normal estrogen levels for women before menopause are 60 to 400 picograms per milliliter, according to WebMD. For women after menopause, the standard measurement is less than 130 picograms per milliliter. Normal results ... More »

Estrogen levels vary on a day-to-day basis during different cycles in the menstrual period as well as during normal stages of female development, so there is no single estrogen level considered normal, according to WebMD... More »