@fify-- That's possible, because looking at estrogen levels only can be misleading. It's better to look at estrogen levels in comparison to testosterone levels to get a realistic idea of what's going on.
You should double check this information, but as far as I know, testosterone levels in an adult should be twenty to thirty times the estrogen. So looking at hormones as a ratio is a better way to diagnose low or high estrogen levels.
You might want to see another doctor and get tested again, especially because you have symptoms of high levels of estrogen.