Hasini You can take estrogen.
But let us understand and accept that these are artificial supplements being introduced into the body and when you do that you run a risk of causing damage to internal organs. Every body is unique. What combination of meds works perfectly for you might cause irreparable damage to others.
Male livers can take estrogen - but can they handle a bio-chemical extract ver of estrogen just as well? THAT is the difference. AA meds can lead to buildup of potassium deposits in the organs. So it is very crucial to follow a carefully prescribed and monitored regimen in HRT - something that is hard to do on your own. An endo is not expensive - but the battery of tests we have to do every 6 months before we go to the endo can be very expensive! But it is required. These tests tell the endo what he/she needs to know before setting the course for the next 6 months.
I know someone who was self medicating and now has what is called "tubular breasts" - it will be very expensive to correct that with surgery. One other person got this condition called goiter where fluid accumulates in her legs. Why take these risks?
What dosage and combination of meds is best suited to you can and should only be determined by a trained medical professional.