Hormonal problems

Hormones are the body's chemical messengers. Hormones and chemicals produced in endocrine and other glands enter the bloodstream, affecting the functioning of tissues and organs. They help in many vital functions of the body, including metabolism and reproduction.

Over the past decades, industrial activities and accidents have led to unintentional, but large-scale, high-dose human exposure to endocrine-disrupting environmental contaminants. These events, in addition to laboratory studies, suggest that exposure to toxic substances such as dioxins and polychlorinated biphenyls negatively affects the hormonal system, and thus possibly the development of gynecological diseases. Evidence in the literature suggests that exposure to environmental pollutants and heavy metals, especially with our inherent genetic variations and the presence of increasingly prevalent viral diseases, is likely to contribute to various hormonal diseases (thyroid diseases, insulin resistance), as well as breast cancer, for endometriosis, polycystic ovary syndrome, uterine fibroids, infertility or a large increase in the number of premature births.

If the hormonal balance is upset, there is too much or too little of a certain hormone, and these influence each other and lead to an imbalance of the hormonal system. However, this imbalance (this is called estrogen dominance) also affects the production of other hormones, and a hormonal upheaval is already ready, which, for example, triggered by stress. Even small changes can have a very serious effect on our body, on the entire human body.

Based on our professional experience, we have developed two types of hormone control calculation methods for you, with the help of which you can reliably check your hormone balance!


Hormone calculation from blood sampling

Real Estrogen Dominance
RED index Real Estrogen Dominance TM

calculation of real estrogen dominance with real data

Estrogen dominance - contrary to all false information - can be measured, calculated, and its severity can be determined in percentage. Since we do not perform probability calculations, but based on REAL hormone results (from blood, saliva), you must first go for a blood test. Today, there are many private laboratories operating in Hungary and anywhere in the world, where you can go for a blood test without a referral (a general practitioner cannot give a referral for these hormones). Certain laboratories also perform hormone determinations from saliva, which is also perfectly suitable for counting.

You need the following hormones for measurement:

  • Estradiol
  • Progesterone
  • Prolactin (Total Prolactin)
  • Cortisol
  • Testosterone (Total)

Hormone analysis without a blood test

The test is based on 30 years of medical experience gained during the investigation and treatment of hormonal diseases, and is based on a comprehensive, precise analysis of the indicated symptoms, with a holistic approach.

based on a comprehensive symptom analysis

A hormonal test that can be performed at home on the Internet based on the exact indication of symptoms, which can be used to indicate the presence of several hormonal diseases, such as: inflammation of the thyroid gland, hypothyroidism, adrenal fatigue, insulin resistance, high prolactin level and estrogen dominance, and indicates if there is a suspicion of food sensitivity .

The method can be classified in the field of eHealth, including a service providing secondary prevention.

It is designed for those who do not want to go for a blood test in the first instance, but at the same time intend to find out about their hormonal status, thereby recognizing and then taking the appropriate steps to prevent the development of serious diseases related to hormonal abnormalities.


Prior to applied therapy, determination of progesterone/estrogen rate and, depending on the result, further gynecological and endocrinological hormone evaluation is elemental. The time point of hormone evaluation depends on the cycle of the given person, and it will never be determined based on the reference range seen on the laboratory report, whether a hormone normal or abnormal is, we always have to look at their proportion and the influence upon each other.

You may receive information about these methods and application possibilities in person based on
previous appointment (+36 70/23 89 689).