Menopause Plus

Female Hormone Profile

$185

Check your levels for signs of menopause by measuring your three major endogenous estrogens plus your two sex hormones

Collection Method:

Saliva

Panels Tested

  • Estradiol
  • Progesterone
  • Testosterone
  • Estrone
  • Estriol

Let’s Start With the Problem

Menopause is when menstruation stops because the ovaries stop producing hormones and releasing eggs for fertilization, marking the end of a woman’s reproductive years. During this time, a woman’s levels of estrogen and progesterone diminish – leading to a lack of menstrual periods for a minimum of 12 months. Menopause is a naturally occurring event that women usually experience between 40 and 55 years old. The change in hormones during this period is often responsible for signs and symptoms that many women experience. The right balance of hormones is vital to a woman’s health. But in menopause, when levels are dropping, a deficiency of one hormone can trigger a relative excess of another and result in common imbalances.

Work Toward Wellness

Before you can improve your hormone imbalance, you must start with a detailed assessment that offers real, meaningful insights. Measure your three major endogenous estrogens plus your two sex hormones see where you are during the menopause period. With this actionable information, you can take the necessary steps to take control of your body and overall health.

How It Works

Select Your Test

Receive an at-home testing kit that fits your unique concerns and needs. No prescription or visit to the doctor’s office is required. Your test kit is delivered directly to your front door.

Register, Collect & Send

Register your kit and fill out your individual online health profile. Collect your sample on your own time and send it back with the prepaid return shipping label.

See Your Results

Your physician-reviewed results are delivered to your personal device. Log in to your private dashboard to view the easy-to-understand results.

Symptoms

Sleep Disturbance

Mood Swings

Chronic Fatigue

Irregular Cycle (Women)

Hot Flashes

Night Sweats

Vaginal Changes

Panels Tested

Estradiol

Estradiol, or E2, is the most impactful form of the primary female sex hormone, Estrogen. In females, E2 handles the regulation of womens’ reproductive cycles and the generation of secondary female sex characteristics, like breasts and widened hips. In males, Estradiol plays a key role in the sexual functions of sperm production, erectile function and libido.

Progesterone

Progesterone (Pg) is the secondary female sex hormone and is the sidekick to Estrogen. In females, Progesterone plays a key role in regulating a woman’s menstrual cycles and her ability to get pregnant. In males, Pg is a precursor to the production of Testosterone.

Testosterone

Testosterone is the primary male sex hormone and is considered an anabolic steroid. In females, Testosterone plays a role in the maintenance and development of bone mass and female reproductive tissues. In males, this primary sex hormone plays a critical role in male reproductive development and the generation of secondary male sex characteristics, like body hair and muscle mass.

Estrone

Estrone is a minor female sex hormone commonly found in higher quantities in postmenopausal women. It is one of three major endogenous estrogens, the others being estradiol and estriol. Estrone comes from the ovaries as well as the adrenal glands, and can convert it to estrogen when needed.

Estriol

Estriol is a minor female sex hormone commonly higher during pregnancy. It is one of three major endogenous estrogens, the others being estradiol and estrone. Estriol has very high levels during pregnancy and is the most produced estrogen in the body. However, levels of estriol who are not pregnant are almost undetectable.

What Our Test Will Tell You

Doctor reports are tricky to decipher. We redesigned the way you see your lab results.

Your detailed report includes the levels of each panel tested, a recap of your self-reported symptoms, and result comments from a certified Medical Review Officer. It’s all here, whether you want to make personal improvements, maintain your lifestyle, or seek additional help from your healthcare provider.