A comprehensive womens hormone blood screening for £20 (was £227)

A comprehensive womens hormone blood screening for £20 (was £227) including;

Luteinising hormone

LH plays a key role in reproduction. Mid-cycle, your LH levels increase which triggers your ovaries to release an egg — ovulation. If your LH levels are imbalanced, you might have irregular periods and difficulty getting pregnant. Or high LH levels can be a sign that you’re menopausal.

Oestradiol

Oestradiol (E2) is a type of oestrogen and is the main ‘female’ sex hormone. E2 is essential for egg production, protects you against bone loss, and helps regulate your cholesterol levels.

Follicle-stimulating hormone

FSH helps to regulate your menstrual cycle and plays a key role in egg production and ovulation. If your FSH levels are imbalanced, it can affect your fertility. Or high FSH levels can be a sign that you’re menopausal.

Testosterone

Free testosterone, also called unbound testosterone, refers to the amount of testosterone available for your body to use. Testosterone plays a role in red blood cell production — which is important for energy. It also helps maintain your mood, muscle and bone strength, sex drive, and fertility.

Sex Hormone Binding Globulin

SHBG is a protein made by your liver. It binds tightly to 3 sex hormones found in both males and females. These hormones are estrogen, dihydrotestosterone (DHT), and testosterone. SHBG carries these 3 hormones throughout your blood.

Increased SHBG levels can be seen in anorexia, pregnancy, ageing, growth hormone deficiency, androgen deficiency, hyperthyroidism, liver disease, hyperprolactinaemia, active porphyria and also with oestrogens.

Decreased SHBG levels can be seen in obesity, hyperinsulinaemia, hypothyroidism and growth hormone excess, as well as with glucocorticoids, androgens, progestins. It can also be familial.

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