Please note Blood Tests are ONLY available in the United Kingdom Currently

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Either a qualified nurse will visit you in your home to collect your blood sample from a vein in your arm. OR you can do a finger prick test at home.



Classic Female Hormone and Menopause Blood Test

Measure your levels of female and thyroid hormones, which regulate fertility, mood, and energy. Want to test for more? Our Advanced Female Hormone and Menopause blood test is for you.

Is it for you?

Our Female Hormone Blood Test can tell you whether a hormonal imbalance or thyroid problem may be causing your symptoms, such as acne, weight gain or tiredness. You can also uncover whether a hormonal imbalance may be affecting your fertility.

With our test, you can track your hormone levels and understand how they change over time. By monitoring your hormone levels, you can see whether your hormone levels are decreasing with age. If you take hormone replacement therapy (HRT), you can see if your hormone levels remain in the normal range.

*A doctor’s and health coach’s comments are included in this test

What Are Female Hormones?

Female hormones are essential for a healthy female reproductive system. Other functions of female hormones include fertility, mood, and energy. Oestradiol is the main female sex hormone, which is a type of oestrogen produced in the ovaries. Other essential female hormones include follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH), luteinising hormone (LH) and progesterone. Testosterone is a crucial hormone for women because your body uses it to make estrogen. In women, hormone levels change naturally throughout the monthly menstrual cycle. Levels of oestrogen and progesterone can decrease with age, and women can experience a rise in FSH and LH levels during menopause.

Why Are The Symptoms of Hormonal Imbalance?

An hormonal imbalance can lead to unwanted symptoms such as acne, weight gain, mood changes, tiredness, and changes to your menstrual cycle. If your hormone levels are imbalanced for a long time, you could be at higher risk of health problems such as osteoporosis. Women are much more likely to experience a thyroid condition compared to men. A thyroid condition can cause similar symptoms to a hormonal imbalance, such as feeling tired or fatigued. This blood test also checks that your thyroid is functioning normally.

How to prepare for your test

Prepare for your Female and Menopause Hormone Blood Test by following these instructions. Please take your sample before 10am. Take this test two to five days after the start of your period, ideally on day three. It can be taken any time if you do not have periods. Hormonal contraception can affect the results of this test. Taking a break from this and waiting for your periods to restart before your blood test will give more accurate results. If you use hormone gels, pessaries, patches, or tablets, we strongly recommend selecting a venous sample to minimise contamination sometimes seen with finger-prick tests. Otherwise, administer any hormone supplements using gloves, and make sure your fingers have not been in contact with hormone supplements for at least four weeks before taking the test. Hormones can be absorbed deep within the skin even after minimal contact and remain there for weeks despite vigorous handwashing. Do not take biotin supplements for two days before this test, discuss this with your doctor if it is prescribed

9 Biomarkers Tested

Hormones: Follicle Stimulating Hormone (FSH), Luteinising Hormone (LH), Oestradiol, Testosterone, Free Androgen Index, Prolactin

Proteins: Sex hormone binding globulin

Thyroid: Thyroid stimulating hormone (TSH), Free Thyroxine (T4)

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