Hormone Acne Saliva Profile - E2, Pg, T & DHEAS (Male / Female) is for measuring four essential Hormones:
- Estradiol Hormone (E2) (Estrogen)
- Testosterone Hormone (T)
- Progesterone Hormone (Pg)
- Main Symptoms are acne, acne under skin, boils, tender spots, scaring (see more information below)
- 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
Test Result Report: You will receive your test result via email within 3-5 working days after Laboratory receives your sample. On your test result, you will find your hormone levels in graphics and numbers, which makes it easy to understand. You will also find the Laboratory's comments made by Hormone Specialist PhD Dr suggests how to balance your hormones if there are any imbalanced hormones and what to do next.
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
Symptom Categories & Corresponding Symptoms – Female And Male
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.
Male Estrogen/Progesterone Deficiency Symptoms
Bone loss, depressed, heart palpitations, hot flashes, neck or back pain, night sweats, and sleeping difficulties.
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.
Testosterone hormone imbalance symptoms in men and women are
Decreased libido, decrease in muscles / few distinctive muscles, fat deposits in the stomach and breast areas, cellulite, varicose veins, slack arms and face, wrinkle development, dry skin, decreased hair growth, low stamina, consistent tiredness, low assertiveness, uncertainty, decreased stress resistance, nervousness, anxiety, depressive moods and forgetfulness.
DHEAS deficiency symptoms are
Acne, oily skin, fatigue, bad memory, muscle weakness, hirsutism, skin & eyes dryness, insulin resistance, Addison's disease, (PCOS), low stamina, low libido, less muscle mass, less hair growth in underarms, inability losing weight.
What is DHEAS?
DHEA-S (dehydroepiandrosterone) is an endogenous hormone that is secreted by the adrenal glands. These glands are just above your kidneys. DHEA-S can produce various hormones like estrogen, progesterone, cortisone, and testosterone. While maintaining regular exercise it increases the production of DHEA-S level in the body, this level also tends to decrease as people age in time, particularly after the age of 30. People with anorexia, end-stage kidney disease, type 2 diabetes (non-insulin dependent diabetes), AIDS, adrenal insufficiency, and those critically ill are believed to have low DHEA-S level.
DHEA is also a testosterone precursor shown to have direct effects on the immune system independent of testosterone. DHEA and its sulfated form, DHEAS, are produced predominately by the adrenal glands. Youthful levels are at the high end of the range; levels decrease with age and are usually at the lower end of normal in healthy middle-aged individuals. Athletes tend to have higher than normal DHEAS levels. Low DHEAS can be caused by adrenal exhaustion and is commonly seen in accelerated ageing and diseases such as cancer. High DHEAS is associated with insulin resistance/PCOS (polycystic ovaries) or DHEA supplementation.
If you are experiencing any or a combination of those, it’s worth get your hormone level imbalance checked using our comprehensive 4-panel hormone test.