Measure key hormones that play a role in a woman's overall well-being
Women's Health Test
This is our most comprehensive hormone panel for women at all stages of life. Our Women's Health test measures hormone and antibody levels to check for any abnormal levels that may be keeping you from feeling your best.
Measures Levels of Key Female Hormones
Finger prick sample collection
Saliva sample collection
Free Shipping • FSA / HSA accepted
This test measures 11 biomarkers known to play an important role in your overall health and wellness
Thyroid Peroxidase Antibodies
Experiencing symptoms such as fatigue, weight gain, hair loss, or depression?
- Difficulty concentrating
- Sleep disturbance
- Fatigue or feeling tired
- Joint pain
- Muscle weakness
- Increased body fat
- Night sweats
- Weight gain
- Cold intolerance
- Heat intolerance
- Abnormal hair growth
- Hair loss
- Skin issues
- Irregular periods
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
- Group webinar with a healthcare professional
What hormones does this test measure?
By examining a few drops of blood and saliva - each collected at different points during your cycle using a simple hormonal imbalance test kit - we measure a variety of hormones known to be instrumental in women’s health.
The hormones tested include:
- Estradiol (measured on Day 19)
- Progesterone (measured on Day 19)
- LH (measured on Day 3)
- FSH (measured on Day 3)
- DHEAS (measured on Day 19)
- Free Testosterone (measured on Day 19)
- Cortisol (at four times throughout Day 19)
- TSH (measured on Day 19)
- Free T3 (measured on Day 19)
- Free T4 (measured on Day 19)
- TPO antibodies (measured on Day 19)
As you understand your overall hormonal balance in a more accurate way, you’ll be more informed in your planning for the future, no matter if you are planning a family or becoming an empty nester.
Related test: Thyroid Test
Note: If discontinuing hormone therapy, we advise waiting 6 weeks until collecting your sample. The list below shows medications and supplements that may affect test results, but it is not intended to be a comprehensive list of all medications, including hormonal therapies, that may affect your results. Please consult with your healthcare provider if you have questions about how your medication may affect test results.
Prescription: Mirena IUD, Skyla IUD, Kyleena IUD, Nexplanon, Combined Oral Contraceptive Pills, Progestin Only Oral Contraceptive Pills (MiniPill), Combined Hormone Replacement, Progestin Only Hormone Replacement, Estrogen Only Hormone Replacement (including vaginal), Spironolactone
Over-the-counter: Soy Supplements, Chasteberries, Red Clover, DHEAS, Thyroid Supplements
Hormone Imbalance and Hormone Testing
A woman's hormones are constantly changing and the slightest imbalance can change how you feel day to day. A hormonal imbalance can affect the menstrual cycle, mood, metabolism, libido, and sleep. Testing hormones is a critical step in understanding a woman’s reproductive and general health. Knowing if you have a hormonal imbalance is the first step to understanding the changes you may be experiencing in your body.
How to check hormone levels easily
The Everlywell at-home Women's Health test is the most comprehensive panel for a complete look at all the hormones that are critical to a women's well-being. This hormone imbalance test checks your female hormone levels so you can discover if your levels are too high or low compared to reference ranges.
Our Women’s Health test is taken in your own home, and results are provided by an experienced, CLIA-certified laboratory. At a low price for all of these tests, this is the perfect starting point for those wanting to take a first step in assessing their own hormone levels before turning to more expensive, difficult, or complex alternatives.
Discover What Your Body's Hormone Levels Are Like
This easy-to-use female hormone panel will provide you with your levels of each of the 11 biomarkers (10 hormones and 1 antibody) measured in our Women’s Health test and whether your levels fall within established normal ranges for your age.
As with all of our tests, we encourage you to share your results with your doctor as he/she can best offer guidance in your health and hormonal questions.
How to Check Hormone Levels at Home
Here’s how to test hormone levels from the comfort of home:
The Everlywell Women’s Health test lets you easily check for 11 key hormones all from the comfort of your own home. The kit includes everything you need– even a prepaid shipping label to send your samples to the lab.
This easy-to-use female hormone test can detect an imbalance, and it also includes detailed instructions for how to collect your blood and saliva samples.
To collect your blood sample, just prick your finger and apply a few drops of blood to the collection card. The saliva sample is collected by spitting into the saliva tubes provided in the kit.
You’ll then send your samples to the lab, and just a few days later, your test results will be ready to view on our secure, online portal.
Why take a women’s hormone test?
A hormone level test can tell you a lot about your body’s well-being. The test results can point you to a hormone imbalance, which can affect your health. This is because hormones regulate many vital functions in the body by acting as “chemical messengers.” So out-of-balance hormones can disrupt your body’s normal, healthy functioning—and result in a variety of symptoms.
For example, if your thyroid-stimulating hormones are out of balance, you might experience hormone imbalance symptoms like fatigue, cold sensitivity, irregular periods, dry skin, thinning hair, and more.
Or if your steroid hormones are imbalanced, you could have symptoms like increased body fat, lowered sex drive, loss of strength, and so on. (Steroid hormones include hormones like testosterone and estradiol, the main form of estrogen in the body.)
Is the Everlywell Women’s Health Test a hormone blood test?
Our at-home Women’s Health Test uses two sample types to check hormone levels: blood and saliva. Collecting both sample types is simple:
- Blood test sample collection only requires a simple finger prick (Learn more)
- For collecting your saliva sample, you just spit into the tube that comes with the kit (Learn more)
How reliable is a salivary hormone testing kit?
Saliva testing can give you accurate information about your hormone levels. A large amount of research done in the past decades has shown that hormone levels in saliva correlate with hormone levels in blood (for many hormones). So saliva tests offer a convenient, noninvasive way to evaluate a wide range of hormones, and saliva testing techniques can be just as accurate as blood testing methods.
Example: Salivary Cortisol
Studies show that salivary cortisol reflects the body’s cortisol levels just as well as measurements of cortisol in blood.
Additionally, research shows that salivary cortisol is useful as a screening test for conditions like Cushing’s syndrome (a condition that results in excess cortisol in the body, sometimes due to a pituitary tumor).
Also, all sample collection and testing methods used for Everlywell kits are well-established and widely-used in scientific and medical circles. For this reason, our hormone balance test for women can give you reliable, accurate insight into your body’s hormone levels.
What can I do if my hormone levels are out of balance?
If a hormone panel test reveals that your hormones are out of balance, consider talking with your healthcare provider. A healthcare professional can take into consideration your medical history, a physical exam, and other factors to help you get the most value from your at-home lab test results.
Can hormone imbalances be treated?
In many cases, hormonal imbalances are treatable. For example, your healthcare provider may recommend hormone replacement therapy for certain thyroid hormone disorders, menopausal symptoms, and more.
Hormone therapy isn’t the only possible way to treat hormonal imbalances, however. For example, your healthcare provider may prescribe medication that blocks the effects of testosterone if your T levels are too high.
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