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'''Estrogen''' is the primary female sex hormone. It is responsible for it's regulation of the female reproductive system and secondary sex characteristic development. There are three major estrogens produced in the female endocrine system: [[estrone]] (E1), [[estradiol]] (E2), and [[estriol]] (E3). Estetrol (E4) is only produced during pregnancy and plays no significant role in transgender [[Hormone Replacement Therapy|hormone replacement therapy]].
'''Estrogen''' is the primary female sex hormone. It is responsible for it's regulation of the female reproductive system and secondary sex characteristic development. There are three major estrogens produced in the female endocrine system: [[estrone]] (E1), [[estradiol]] (E2), and [[estriol]] (E3). Estetrol (E4) is only produced during pregnancy and plays no significant role in transgender [[Hormone Replacement Therapy|hormone replacement therapy]].
===See Also===
* [[Hormone Replacement Therapy]]
* [[How to begin HRT]]
* [[Estradiol Valerate]]


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Estrogen is the primary female sex hormone. It is responsible for it's regulation of the female reproductive system and secondary sex characteristic development. There are three major estrogens produced in the female endocrine system: estrone (E1), estradiol (E2), and estriol (E3). Estetrol (E4) is only produced during pregnancy and plays no significant role in transgender hormone replacement therapy.

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