Menopause Profile Blood Test
Menopause Profile Blood Test
Menopause Profile Blood Test
Menopause Profile Blood Test

Menopause Profile Blood Test


Are you wondering if you might be experiencing menopause?

This blood test will help you understand if you might be approaching menopause by measuring the level of key hormones in your blood associated with your menstrual cycle.

You’ll get clear, detailed results within days, along with tailored, actionable advice on managing and easing your symptoms. In some cases, it may be necessary to seek further medical evaluation and you will be given guidance if this is required.

Stop guessing and take control with our menopause profile test.

  • Finger prick sample collection from the comfort of home

  • Results ready in 2-3 working days

  • 3 relevant biomarkers tested

  • Samples analysed at our UK based laboratory

  • Clear, practical advice from our team of medical experts on your own secure, confidential health dashboard

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Who is this test for?

This test is suited to women who would like an indication of whether they are approaching (perimenopause) or going through the menopause. This is the stage in a women’s life where the menstrual cycle is changing and may even have stopped. People who are menopausal can no longer get pregnant naturally.

Please be aware that this test is not advisable for women who are taking contraceptive pills or undergoing hormone therapy, such as hormone replacement therapy (HRT). If you're on contraceptives or undergoing hormone treatment, please refrain for at least three months before taking this test.

This test should be taken in the morning between 7am and 10am and on day 3 of your cycle if you are having periods.

What you will discover

This test will assess the levels of your key hormones associated with changes in the menstrual cycle and will help determine whether you are entering, or have already entered, the first stages of menopause.

Menopause affects everyone differently, but it can be an extremely challenging period in a woman’s life. As well as the physical symptoms, such as hot flushes, irregular periods, itchy skin and hair loss, it can also affect your emotional well being, often leading to anxiety, irritability, forgetfulness and low mood.

By identifying hormonal changes that are associated with the menopause, this test could be your first step towards taking control and finding the best ways to manage the symptoms you are experiencing. For some this may be in the form of lifestyle changes, whilst others may want to discuss with their own doctor whether medical treatment such as hormone replacement therapy (HRT) would be suitable.

This test could be your first step towards taking control and finding the best way to navigate the challenges of menopause.

What's analysed in this test?

Follicle Stimulating Hormone (FSH), Oestradiol, Progesterone.

How it works

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Collect your sample

Your kit arrives within 1 to 3 business days. Scan the QR code on your kit to find out how to collect your sample at home. You’ll need to fill 1 tube for this test.

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Get clear results

Return your sample to our lab. When your sample has been processed and reviewed by our doctor – usually within 2 to 3 days - you’ll receive an email to say you can view your results in your dashboard

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Take action with personalised GP advice

Your report will include simple recommendations on your nutrition and lifestyle to help you optimise your future health.

How to use your blood test

Intended use

This self-test kit is designed for adults aged 18 and over for the collection of a capillary blood sample to be performed at home using lancets and sample collection tubes. It is not suitable for children. The samples are then returned to our UK-based laboratory and analysed against a variety of biomarkers. The kit has been produced by medical experts to give you an indication of your general health. However, this kit alone is not suitable for diagnosis and is not a substitute for consultation with a healthcare professional. You should always seek advice from your doctor before starting any treatment.