How to Test Female Hormones
The Postmenopause Panel™ provides measurements of six key hormones: Estrone (E1), Estradiol (E2), Estriol (E3), Progesterone (P), Testosterone (T) and DHEA, DHEA-S (pooled).
The Perimenopause Panel™ contains the same components as the Postmenopause Panel™ but sampled twice, 13-15 days apart, to get a more comprehensive assessment of the female hormones.
If you are looking for answers about both adrenal hormones and reproductive hormones, consider the8-Hormone Panel™. This panel measures stress hormones and the main female reproductive hormones.
Includes: measurements of eight key hormones: Estradiol (E2), Progesterone (P), Testosterone (T), DHEA, DHEA-S (pooled) and Cortisol (X4).
The Postmenopause Panel™, Perimenopause Panel™, and 8-Hormone Panel™ are in-home saliva lab tests. There’s no appointment to book, no driving to the doctor’s office. Simply follow the instructions provided to collect samples, send in a pre-addressed, pre-paid mailer, and within two weeks a follow-up consultation will be scheduled to discuss results and a treatment plan.