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Female Hormone Profile

Hormone level test for women

  • Hormone level testing for a broader picture of your health
  • Support diagnosis for a range of symptoms
  • Fast efficient & easy-to-use service
Pricing £295
Type of sample taken Blood
Turnaround time 4-12 hours
 
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Our comprehensive female hormone screen can help you get to the bottom of symptoms caused by hormonal changes & help you get an accurate diagnosis & treatment.

Hormonal changes are usually most pronounced for women during menopause, which typically begins in the late 40s & early 50s.

Menopause is when the ovaries stop producing eggs, marking the end of fertility. In advance of this (perimenopause), the menstrual cycle begins to change, before eventually ceasing entirely.

A hormone profile, however, can be useful in understanding many other conditions that can develop before or after menopause, such as polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS), thyroid disease, & many more.

 

When should I get tested?

In women’s health, a number of conditions can be diagnosed by looking at hormone levels, & having your hormone levels checked is important for women of all ages who are experiencing certain symptoms.

Conditions causing weight gain & loss, low or fluctuating energy levels, general fatigue, hirsutism (abnormal excess hair growth), acne, & hair loss all affect normal hormone levels.

Your doctor will likely recommend this test if you have symptoms related to hormone level fluctuations. You can also arrange to have this test as a general check-up if you are curious to know your hormonal health.

What does the test include

This is a simple blood test, covering FSH, LH, Oestrogen, Progesterone, Prolactin, Testosterone, SHBG, & Free Androgen Index

What to Expect

Step 1

Preparing for test

No special preparation is needed for this test, unless the doctor tells you otherwise. In general, it is best to arrive for your appointment well-hydrated.
 
Step 2

During the test

The doctor or nurse will take a small sample of blood from your arm using a needle; you may feel a slight scratching or pricking sensation.
 
Step 3

Results

Your results will be sent to you by email as soon as they are available, or if the test has been recommended by one of our doctors, they will call you directly to go over the results. You can also take your results to your own doctor for evaluation.
Please note that a consultation is not included in the price of the test. If you would like advice from one of our doctors, please ensure to request this when you call to book.