Are you starting to notice changes in how you feel as you age?
Having occasional hot flashes or night sweats? Perhaps you are approaching menopause and want to better understand your hormone levels during this change? Testing hormones with our perimenopause test kit is a step toward better understanding your reproductive and general health. Libido, menstruation, body thermoregulation, and metabolism can be impacted by your hormone levels.
The Everlywell Perimenopause home test for women provides a quick assessment for those who are looking for more information about hormone levels that may indicate a perimenopausal state.
This easy-to-use perimenopause blood test checks if your hormone level is within normal range for 3 key hormones involved in the menopausal transition. If hormone testing with this test reveals a possible hormone imbalance, you can share your results with your healthcare provider to better understand if you are entering menopause. If you are transitioning into menopause and are experiencing symptoms, your healthcare provider may recommend medication, menopausal hormone therapy, or other options for menopause symptom management.
What is perimenopause?
Perimenopause is defined as the time before menopause when the ovaries begin making less estrogen; this transition to menopause can happen slowly over time. Most women begin to notice perimenopausal symptoms in their 40s, but some women may begin experiencing the menopausal transition earlier than their 40s in cases of premature menopause. This test measures your hormone level for 3 hormones known to shift during the menopausal transition. Many of the menopausal symptoms women notice during this transition are due to changing hormone levels, so this test may help you better understand the perimenopause symptoms you are experiencing.
Our women's Perimenopause test is collected in your own home and results are provided by an experienced, CLIA-certified laboratory. All Everlywell tests are ordered and reviewed by independent physicians. This is a cost effective starting point for those wanting to take a first step in assessing their own hormone levels.