Female Hormone Blood Test
Measures the levels of essential female hormones in the blood.
What is this test?
A female hormone blood test is a blood test that measures the levels of certain hormones in the blood, including estrogen, progesterone, and testosterone. These hormones play an important role in a woman's reproductive health, and they can also affect other aspects of her health, such as mood, energy levels, and sleep.
Is it for me ?
This blood test could be suitable if you are experiencing:
- Irregular Menstrual Cycles (Period)
- Heavy Period
- Pelvic Pain
- Fertility Problems
- Mood Changes
- Hot Flushes and Night Sweats
- Fatigue and Low Energy
- Sleep Disturbances
- Weight Changes
- Changes in Libido
- Changes in Skin and Hair
- Changes in Breast Tissue
- Digestive Issues
How long does it take?
The test turnaround is 24 hours.
Type of sample
What is included in this test
Female Hormone Profile
These blood markers include essential female hormones. It can help to assess female health and identify fertility problems.
The benefits of this blood test
- Check your hormone levels
- Treatment, health insights and support
- Guidance to manage the symptoms
- Lifestyle advice
If you experience irregular or absent menstrual periods, a hormone blood test can help identify hormonal imbalances that may be causing the irregularities.
If you are having difficulty getting pregnant, a hormone blood test can provide insights into your reproductive hormone levels, such as follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH), luteinizing hormone (LH), oestrogen, and progesterone. This information can help assess ovarian function and identify potential hormonal issues affecting fertility.
A hormonal imbalance can cause a variety of symptoms, such as irregular periods, weight gain, fatigue, and mood swings. A blood test can help to determine if a hormonal imbalance is the cause of these symptoms.
Evaluation of Hormonal Therapy
If you are undergoing hormonal therapy, such as hormone replacement therapy (HRT), a hormone blood test can monitor hormone levels and ensure that the prescribed therapy is effective and safe.
During perimenopause and menopause, hormone levels fluctuate significantly. Hormone blood tests, including levels of oestrogen, progesterone, and follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH), can help determine your stage of menopause and guide appropriate management strategies.
Monitoring Treatment Response
If you are receiving treatment for hormone-related conditions, such as polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) or endometriosis, periodic hormone blood tests may be conducted to assess the response to treatment and make necessary adjustments.
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