Full Hormone Home Test

Full Hormone Test £90

Better understand your body with our home testing kits

Who should take the test
When to take the test
Biomarkers
Who should take the test

If you experience any chronic uterine issues, you might be worried about whether or not you’re able to get pregnant.

While endometriosis doesn’t cause infertility, it can make it trickier to get pregnant.
Before you explore alternative methods of conception, why not test to see how many eggs you actually have?

This way you can understand more accurately how well you might respond to IVF treatment.

Suitable for those with:

  • Endometriosis
  • Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS)
  • Pelvic injuries
  • Autoimmune disorders
  • Obesity
  • Thyroid Issues
  • A uterus, but who have been taking testosterone
When to take the test

The Full Hormone test must be taken on Day 3 of your menstrual cycle to ensure accurate results. The third day of your menstrual cycle refers to the third day of blood flow during your period. It is important that no hormonal contraceptives are being taken when you use the test, as the results of this test may be affected

Biomarkers
  • Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH)
    Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH) is a hormone secreted by cells in developing eggs within the ovaries. The level of AMH is a good indicator of how many eggs you left.
  • Follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH)
    FSH helps your ovaries to function normally and plays a key role in egg production and ovulation. If your FSH levels are imbalanced you might have trouble getting pregnant or high FSH levels can be a sign that you’re menopausal
  • Luteinizing Hormone
    Luteinizing Hormone is responsible for ovulation. It works in conjunction with follicle-stimulating hormone to trigger the release of the egg.
  • Testosterone
    Testosterone is typically a hormone that when elevated can be an indication of PCOS.
  • Sex hormone-binding globulin (SHBG)
    Sex hormone-binding globulin (SHBG) binds with certain hormones and transports them in your blood. When these hormones are bound to SHBG your body can't use them. This helps regulate how much is available for your body to use. If your SHBG levels are imbalanced it can cause high levels of testosterone.
  • Estradiol (E2)
    High levels of estradiol indicate that you might have a problem with your ovarian reserve. It could also mean that the estradiol is suppressing FSH. Either of these things could mean that you will have more trouble getting pregnant, more trouble ovulating (even with treatment), and reduced success with IVF.
  • Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH)
    The thyroid is a gland in your neck. It produces hormones that control your body's growth and metabolism. An overactive or underactive thyroid causes hormonal imbalances that can cause symptoms like weight gain or loss, tiredness, low mood, anxiety, depression and difficulty sleeping. We measure Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH), a hormone that regulates your thyroid.
  • Prolactin
    Prolactin is responsible for the production of breast milk after childbirth.
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Purchase your test from our website

Simply choose a test best suits you and we'll post your home test to your doorstep
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Take a sample

Take a sample through an easy finger-prick
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Get results

We'll send your results encrypted any breakdown of exactly what it means for you

Other Key facts & Assurances

Get personalised help and advice from a UK qualified medic.

Your data is in safe hands.

We use the latest encryption technologies and comply with the UK Data Protection Act 2018. Your data is completely anonymized and not shared with third parties. All samples are disposed of the following analysis.

Accurate and reliable

Your samples are processed in the same labs used by primary care providers & hospitals. Syrona’s Laboratories are CLIA approved and CAP-accredited, which are the highest levels of accreditation.

Discreet packaging

Our tests are delivered in a plain envelope.

 

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Better understand your body with our home testing kits

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