Forgive my ignorance but i was trying to find out a bit about estrogen blockers and was reading about "suicide inhibitors" and how they attach to the aromatase enzyme and permanently disable it.
Does this mean that if you take an estrogen blocker that is a "suicide inhibitor" that your bodies ability to produce estrogen will be permanently downgraded? that doesn't sound very healthy. Or does it just mean that that that individual estrogen enzyme molecule will no longer be acting on you body and will be replaced by a new active molecule in time? If this is the case what is the rate at which your body turns over it's supply of estrogen?
Thanks in advance for any feedback.