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Menopause Check Blood Test
Menopause Check Blood Test
Menopause Check Blood Test
Menopause Check Blood Test

Menopause Check Blood Test

This simple blood test measures 5 key hormones to assess your menopausal status.

Is it for you?

Are you experiencing symptoms such as hot flushes, night sweats, mood swings and erratic periods? Perhaps your mother or your sister experienced an early menopause and you want to know if you might be affected too? Do you know menopausal symptoms can be similar to those of a thyroid condition and want to check your status for both? If so, this menopause blood test is the right test for you.
Blood sample 5 biomarkers included 2 working days turnaround

What's included?

Biomarker profiles

  • Hormones
  • Thyroid Hormones

Hormones (3 Biomarkers)

Thyroid Hormones (2 Biomarkers)

Special instructions

Sample to be taken on day 3 of the menstrual cycle.
The menopause can be a difficult time for many women, not just emotionally, but also mentally and physically with symptoms ranging from mood swings and anxiety to fatigue, weight gain and hot flushes. A woman normally reaches menopause around the age of 51, but symptoms can start much earlier and can often be confused for other conditions.

This test measures levels of key hormones such as FSH, LH and oestradiol. Levels of FSH rise in women as egg production declines, so it may be used in certain circumstances to assess the likelihood of whether a woman is going through the menopause.
 
The National Institute for Health & Care Excellence (NICE) recommend that FSH testing is only considered to diagnose menopause in women aged 40-45 with menopausal symptoms (including a change in their menstrual cycle) or in women under the age of 40 in whom menopause is suspected. 
 
Due to significant fluctuation in FSH levels around the time of menopause, there is a chance that this test may show normal pre-menopause levels of FSH in someone who is going through, or has been through, the menopause.

Thyroid hormones are also included as menopausal and thyroid symptoms can be similar. It is not uncommon for a thyroid condition to develop in the 40's or 50's so this test can give an insight into whether symptoms are due to menopause, thyroid or both. 

Dr Sam Rodgers MBBS, MRCGP

Why take this test?

  • You are experiencing symptoms which you think may be due to the menopause
  • You have a family history of early menopause
  • You want to rule out a thyroid condition
  • You want to learn more about your hormone balance

3 simple steps

  • Take the test

    Take the test - either using your kit or visit a clinic.
  • Post your sample

    Send your sample in the freepost pack to our fully accredited lab.
  • Get your results

    Get your doctor reviewed results on my.medichecks.com.
Expert interpretation<br>
of your results

Expert interpretation
of your results

One of our team of doctors will review your results and give you personalised advice based on your medical history, lifestyle and health and fitness goals.

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Your personal
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Questions? Let us help

Questions? Let us help

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Important

Our tests are not a substitute for seeing your doctor, especially if you are suffering symptoms. Our doctors will interpret your results based on the information you have provided, but will not diagnose, consult or provide any treatment. You will be advised to see your doctor for any necessary follow-up action.