About This Test:
Hormones reported: Progesterone, Estradiol (E2), Testosterone, DHEAs
When to test: Detailed instruction is provided with this kit. Including charts to help pin-point your ideal test day should your cycle be irregular. Our friendly support desk is also available to assist.
Why choose this test?
Take this test if you are planning on conceiving and want to be reassured that your reproductive hormones estrogen and progesterone are in the correct balance. Fertility Balance G2 Comprehensive Hormone Test also has the added bonus of measuring DHEAs, needed for estrogen, testosterone and progesterone production, giving a more complete picture of your fertility (androgen) hormone health.
Processes differ from state to state with advantages to each.
Click on the state you’re in to see the process from start to finish.
No, it is not necessary to stop taking your supplements.
This depends on your cycle. If regfular, it is day 21 (21 days after the beginning of the last period) If the cycle is "irregular" a simple math equation can be done to pin point ideal test day. The G2 Fertility Horonne Test Kit is bundled with infomation designed to assist all women, and we encourage anyone who needs additional assistance pin-pointing their 'ideal test day' to contact our friendly support staff.
Testing time and return of results typically takes between 5 and 10 days. For a more detailed breakdown of testing time click here.
The same or similar sex hormones can be tested for various medical purposes. Some of those are outlined in the Female Active Hormones test kit description. The G2 [reproductive hormone] test kit includes supporting information specific to testing of fertility hormones for reproductive health.
Please note: Saliva testing is not intended as a diagnostic tool for detection of illness or disease. Consult your nearest doctor if you feel you may be unwell.
Further questions and answers related to Hormone Testing in Australia
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