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About This Test [Modified* June, 2019]
Hormones reported: Progesterone, Estradiol (E2), *Testosterone, DHEAs [*Cortisol has been replaced with Testosterone for this test]
MSM Collection: A total of five samples are required to be collected in separate tubes over a two hour period, i.e. one sample every 30 minutes. It is best if you start in the morning approximately 30 minutes from waking. All of the samples will be used to test all 4 hormones.
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 and progesterone production, and cortisol, to indicate the level of stress hormone in the body, giving a more complete picture of your fertility (androgen) hormone health.
Fasting required: Overnight. We recommend performing this test 30 minutes from waking.
– Purchase test, have it delivered to your doorstep. Tracking number available upon request.
– Complete saliva sample collection and brief paperwork.
– Deliver your samples & included Referral Form to the nearest approved collection center. [900 available nationally]
– Samples analysed by NATA accredited laboratory.
– Receive your results by secure .PDF email.
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.
No, it is not necessary to stop taking your supplements.
In men, the reproductive hormones can be measured at any time; however, in women it gets a bit more complicated!
– I have irregular menstrual cycles
It’s OK. Charts used to help you determine the ideal test date are provided with the Fertility Hormone Test Kits.
– I have regular menstrual cycles
The steroid hormones estradiol and progesterone regulate the menstrual cycle and therefore rise and fall at different phases. A typical menstrual cycle completes every 28 days.
Estradiol levels are extremely variable across the course of the menstrual cycle. Estradiol levels are at their lowest during menstruation (day 1-7) and then increase during the remaining follicular phase (8-14 days), peaking just prior to ovulation at day 14. Estradiol levels fall sharply post-ovulation but peak again during the luteal phase around day 21 (at the same time as the rise in progesterone) before declining once more prior to menstruation. Estradiol tests can be performed throughout the cycle but levels should be referenced against established typical ranges for the specific phase of the cycle in which testing was done.
Progesterone levels peak in the luteal phase following ovulation. A progesterone test should be performed at approximately day 21 of the cycle (21 days after the beginning of the last period) to capture peak secretion of this hormone.
Testosterone (and other androgen) levels do not vary much over the menstrual cycle but may increase slightly around ovulation.
Generally speaking testing time is up to 10 working days. For more detailed information regarding testing time see here.
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