Measure vital hormones that may fluctuate after menopause
Feeling different after menopause? Our Postmenopause test measures key hormone levels that may be related to the postmenopausal symptoms you are experiencing.
Measures Estradiol and Progesterone
Saliva sample collection
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This test measures the levels of 2 hormones for individuals who have reached menopause
Experiencing menopausal symptoms such as hot flashes, night sweats, vaginal dryness, or low libido?
- Night sweats
- Hot flashes
- Weight changes
- Sleep disturbance
- Vaginal dryness
- Low libido
- Skin issues
Everything you need to understand your results
- Pre-paid shipping both ways
- All materials for sample collection and shipping back to the lab
- Detailed directions and an instructional video to guide you
- Help along the way from our customer care team
- Digital and printable results
- Watch a recorded educational session led by a healthcare professional
Has it been 12 months since your last menstrual cycle? Are you wondering where your hormone levels are now that you are in menopause?
The Everlywell home collection test for women provides a quick assessment for those who are looking for more information about hormone levels now that they are in menopause. Menopause is the point at which a woman has not had a period in 12 consecutive months and is unable to get pregnant. Menopause is also accompanied by many changes in a woman's body as estrogen and progesterone levels drastically drop, including metabolism changes, bone loss, disruption in the body's ability to regulate temperature, decrease in sex drive, sleep disturbance, and difficulty with memory.
Our women's Postmenopause test is collected in your own home and results are provided by an experienced, CLIA-certified laboratory so you can check in on your body’s hormone levels to see if there is a potential hormone imbalance that could be contributing to your symptoms. All Everlywell tests are ordered and reviewed by independent physicians. This is a cost effective starting point for those wanting to see if their menopause symptoms could be related to lower levels of hormones.
We will provide you with your levels of each of the 2 hormones measured in our Women's Postmenopause test.
With your results, you can easily see whether your levels fall within established normal ranges for women on and off hormone replacement therapy.
Checking hormone levels after menopause is beneficial for women who are taking or considering taking hormone replacement therapy. A woman can see the effect of her hormone therapy treatment on her hormone levels. Additionally, women can see if they have low levels of a sex hormone, like estradiol or progesterone, while not on any type of therapy which may alert them and their health care provider to other health conditions. As with all our tests, we encourage you to share your results with your health care provider as he/she is best fit to answer your hormone questions and offer potential next steps.
By examining two key hormones in your blood, you will learn if your levels fall within normal ranges for menopausal states.
Our lab test for postmenopausal women checks these two key hormones:
If you've gone through the menopausal transition and are now postmenopausal, it can be challenging to determine if symptoms you're experiencing are a continuation of menopausal symptoms or the result of some other cause. This hormone test checks for hormone imbalance in estradiol and progesterone levels, two sex hormones whose levels decline with postmenopause and can play a role in the symptoms some women experience. If your levels of estradiol and/or progesterone are not within normal ranges, you can share your results with your healthcare provider to learn if they may recommend hormone therapy treatment or other options for managing symptoms.
Is this an at-home menopause test kit?
This is not a menopause test to help determine whether you have entered menopause. Instead, this test is meant for postmenopausal women who are interested in exploring how key hormone levels have shifted after menopause (which can contribute to symptoms).
Note that menopause is typically diagnosed based on consideration of a number of factors like age and symptoms, and laboratory test results alone aren’t enough for a diagnosis of menopause.