Female Hormone Test
Female Hormone Test

Female Hormone Test


Female hormone home blood test includes: FSH, LH, Oestradiol, Prolactin, SHBG, Testosterone, TSH, FT4

This Female Hormone test evaluates your hormones. Thyroid function and critical reproductive hormones are included.


Why to check Hormones?

Female hormones fluctuate naturally during a woman's menstrual cycle, but an imbalance in these hormones can have an impact on a woman's overall health, including mood, weight, and energy. A hormonal imbalance can also cause irregular periods, as well as affect fertility and the ability to conceive.

You can keep track of any imbalances that may be making you feel less than your best by understanding your own particular hormone levels, how they fluctuate during your cycle, and how they alter over different life stages.

When should you take this test?

On the third day of your menstrual cycle, take a blood sample for this test (day 1 being the first day of your period). This test can be done at any time if you don't have regular periods.

What does it include?

Follicle Stimulating Hormone (FSH), Luteinizing Hormone (LH), and Estrogen are the three primary female hormones measured in our blood test.

FSH, LH & Estrogen




TSH & Thyroxine

Symptoms of Hormonal imbalances

The symptoms of a hormone imbalance in women are comparable to those of women going through menopause, and they include:

  • Changes throughout your cycle
  • gaining weight
  • Acne
  • Dryness of the vaginal canal
  • Hair loss or hair thinning
  • Sweats at night
  • Fatigue
  • Muscle weakness, pains, discomfort, or stiffness are all symptoms of muscle weakness.
  • Depression, anxiety, or impatience is examples of mood changes.