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Neurotransmitters Test Intermediate


The Neurotransmitters – Intermediate is a four point urine analysis assessing levels of nine neurotransmitters. (Sample report included)


Purpose: The Neurotransmitters Test ‘Intermediate’ is a four point urine analysis test, assessing levels of nine neurotransmitters listed below:

  1. Serotonin test
  2. GABA test
  3. Dopamine test
  4. Noradrenaline test
  5. Adrenaline test
  6. Glutamate test
  7. Phenylethylamine (PEA) test + ratios
  8. Glycine test + ratios
  9. Histamine test + ratios


Test Detail

Total Cost: $438.90

Collection Method: Four point dried urine collection.

Test method: High-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC).

Technical: ARTG: 329461 | SKU: TC4035


Neurotransmitters Test Intermediate – Test results

The report can be interpreted for reference of irregular neurotransmitter output and this can be of enormous interest to some. However, please note that further interpretation (and actionable advice) will require suitably qualified support.

The test report includes a correlation analysis component written by the labs clinical department which may assist should the aim be to correspond behavioural symptoms to individual neurotransmitter types.

Use the arrow menu to scroll up or down the PDF Viewer below, showing actual redacted results for the Neurotransmitters Test ‘Intermediate’.

sample report and sample results

Neurotransmitter test sample reports and results.


Purchase, Perform & Post

  1. Purchase test. Sent via Express Post same day Mon-Fri, <5PM AEST. Tracking number available on request.
  2. Perform sample collection as per instruction provided. [tuitional video link included]
  3. Post your samples and referral form back to the lab’ using the Express Post satchel. (tracking included)

Receive the test results with report by secure .PDF to your designated email address.



Neurotransmitters communicate with one another to regulate the vital functions listed below:

  • sleep
  • mood / perception
  • glucose/insulin balance
  • pain perception
  • appetite
  • hormones
  • cognitive function


The neurotransmitters listed above are the most researched in relation to their effects on the behavioural characteristics listed below:

  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Aggression
  • Poor concentration
  • Poor memory
  • Lack of motivation and energy
  • Mood swings
  • Hyperactivity
  • Thyroid disorders
  • Hormonal Imbalances
  • GIT [gastrointestinal tract, gut function and immunity]




Q) How do I get my results for the Neurotransmitter ‘Intermediate’ Test?

A) We send them to you by secure .PDF email.

Q) When do I get my results?

A) About 2 weeks after the lab receives your samples.

Q) Do I need anything else?

A) No, we will supply everything required, there are no other fees involved.

Q) Will ​​TestoChecker® Support help me to understand the results?

A) No.

Q) Can I contact Testochecker?

A) Yes, you can contact TestoChecker by either the Contact Page here on this website, you can also contact TestoChecker by email and phone.


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If you’re confused about the purpose of this test, we advise you not purchase it but seek suitably qualified face to face support.

Important: The Neurotransmitter Test ‘Intermediate’ is not intended as a tool for self diagnosis of disease or serious behavioural or medical condition, of any type.

Taking your results to show an enthusiastic, suitably qualified practitioner¹ is a wise approach. The results of The Neurotransmitter Test ‘Intermediate’ contain insights which, when interpreted fully, can provide the test-user greater value.

Remember that either stopping or switching antidepressant medication comes with the risk of serious consequences. Always seek the guidance of multiple GP’s, including the first instance prescriber of any medication taken currently, when in doubt about your health.


Sources cited: Soenen S, Rayner CK, Jones KL, Horowitz M. The aging gastrointestinal tract. Curr Opin Clin Nutr Metab Care. 2016 Jan;19(1):12-8. doi: 10.1097/MCO.0000000000000238. PMID: 26560524.

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