Estrone, Estradiol, Estriol, Progesterone & Cortisol test kit is for testing 5 main hormones. Our laboratory will run the following tests to asses relevant hormones:
- Estrone Hormone (E1) (Estrogen)
- Estradiol Hormone (E2) (Estrogen)
- Estriol Hormone (E3) (Estrogen)
- Progesterone Hormone (Pg)
- Cortisol Hormone (C)
- Test requires a saliva sample
- Test sample can be collected at the comfort of your home
- Free delivery in the UK
- Customers are responsible for shipping their sample to the laboratory.
- Test kit includes laboratory fee: no additional laboratory cost and tax.
- Test must be used within 12 months after purchase date.
- Click to see>>>Sample Saliva Hormone Test Result Report
The Test Kit pack includes
- Test Requisition Form includes Symptom Checklist
- Requisition Form to complete including your personal and medical history
- Contains collection instructions
- Vial(s) for collecting saliva
- Instructions on How to Use Collection Kit
- Return Envelope
- Shipping instruction
Male Estrogen Dominance/ Progesterone Deficiency Symptoms
Cold body temperature, Irritable, low libido, prostate problems, increased urinary urge, decreased urine flow, breast or hips weight gain.
Male Low Cortisol Deficiency Symptoms
Low blood pressure, low blood sugar, chemical sensitivity, depressed, dizzy spells, fatigue, infertility, irritable, joint pain, decreased mental sharpness, slow pulse rate, decreased stamina, stress, sugar cravings, swelling or puffy eyes/face.
Male High Cortisol Deficiency Symptoms
Anxious, high blood pressure, depression, forgetfulness, hot flashes, decreased mental sharpness, decreased muscle size, nervousness, night sweats, rapid ageing, skin thinning, sleeping difficulty, stress, sugar cravings, Triglycerides elevated, waist weight gain.
Female Estrogen/Progesterone Deficiency Symptoms
Aches & pains, acne, bone loss, depressed, foggy thinking, increased facial or body hair, heart palpitations, hot flashes, incontinence, infertility, memory lapse, night sweats, rapid ageing, rapid heartbeat, skin thinning, sleep disturbance, tearfulness, increased urinary urge, vaginal dryness and weight Gain-Waist.
Female Estrogen Dominance/ Progesterone Deficiency Symptoms
Anxious, bleeding changes, cold body temperature, breast cancer, fibrocystic breasts, tender breasts, depressed, headaches, infertility, irritable, mood swings, nervousness, uterine fibroids, water retention and hips weight gain.
Female Low Cortisol Deficiency Symptoms
Aches & pains, allergies, low blood pressure, low blood sugar, cold body temperature, chemical sensitivity, evening fatigue, morning fatigue, fibromyalgia, slow pulse rate, decreased stamina, stress and sugar craving.
Female High Cortisol Deficiency Symptoms
Anxious, high blood pressure, bone loss, breast cancer, depressed, foggy thinking, hot flashes, infertility, irritable, memory lapse, decreased muscle size, nervous, night sweats, rapid ageing, rapid heartbeat, skin thinning, sleep disturbance, stress, uterine fibroids and waist weight gain.
If any symptoms mentioned above are persisting, you might consider using our comprehensive 5-panel hormone test. This test has clear instructions on how to use safely and comfortably. Saliva testing produces a non-invasive use as it does not require the use of any needle or instruments that other testing kits may provide.
Estrogen Hormone Test
Estrogen is a critical part of the sexual and reproductive function – acting as an anti-oxidant neuroprotective agent and known to be profoundly associated with bone growth. Estrogen is also suspected to play a large role in cancer of the breast and uterine endometrial lining.
Progesterone Hormone Test
Progesterone is the hormone steroid that is produced by the body which regulates the menstrual cycle and it is involved with the female menstrual cycle during pregnancy.
Cortisol is an indicator of adrenal function and exposure to stressors. Under normal circumstances, adrenal cortisol production shows a diurnal variation and is highest early in the morning, soon after waking, falling to lower levels in the evening. Normal cortisol production shows a healthy ability to respond to stress. Low cortisol levels can indicate adrenal fatigue (a reduced ability to respond to stressors) and can leave the body more vulnerable to poor blood sugar regulation and immune system dysfunction. Chronically high cortisol is a consequence of high, constant exposure to stressors, and this has serious implications for long-term health, including an increased risk of cancer, osteoporosis, and possibly Alzheimer’s disease.
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