-Identify Levels of Estrogen (E1, E2, E3), Progesterone (Pg) and Testosterone (T)
-One-Step, Easy to Use Test for Symptoms of Menopause, PCOS & Other Hormone-Related Issues
-Test for Hormonal Changes, Abnormalities or Disorders
-Results in 5-7 days from date of lab receipt
Hormone Testing for Menopause
Saliva is the most reliable source of identifying hormone irregularities like Estradiol, Estriol, Estrone, Progesterone and Testosterone. ZRT Saliva Home Test Kit for Menopause and Other Hormone-Related Disorders is suitable for men and women who experience symptoms of irregular hormone function.
Many disorders arise as a result of improper secretion of specific sex-related hormones. ZRT Saliva Home Test Kit can be used to test for Menopause, Infertility, Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome, to name a few.
Sex Hormone-Related Disorders:
Menopause & Infertility
Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS)
Type 2 Diabetes and/or Obesity
Gynecomastia (Enlarged Male Breast Tissue)
Symptoms of Irregular Hormone Secretion:
Anxiety, Depression & Other Mental Health Disorders
Low Blood Sugar & Water Retention
Irregular Menstrual Periods
Unusual Amount of Body and/or Facial Hair
Fatigue and Dizziness
Menopause results in woman’s levels of estrogen and progesterone diminish – leading to a lack of menstrual periods.
During menopause, when levels are dropping, a deficiency of one hormone can trigger a relative excess of another and result in common imbalances such as:
Estrogen Dominance or Low Progesterone
Fat gain in hips and thighs
Low Estrogen or Fluctuations of Estrogen
Triggers hot flashes
Low Testosterone or DHEA
Decreases in bone or muscle mass
Loss of stamina
Increased belly fat
Food and sugar cravings
Poor exercise tolerance or recovery
Low immune reserves
Changes in estrogen and progesterone levels can impact neurotransmitter levels. For instance, a drop in estrogen can result in a drop in serotonin.
Changes in estrogen levels can lead to thyroid symptoms like slowed metabolism and always feeling cold. In fact, many women experiencing menopause will be diagnosed with hypothyroidism.
Low Vitamin D
Sufficient levels of Vitamin D, estrogen and testosterone are important for maintaining bone health in the menopause years.
Hormone imbalances can wreak havoc on an individual’s quality of life on a day-to-day basis. A fully comprehensive report is provided at no additional cost, and includes a functional breakdown of each hormone. This test will settle your hormonal concerns.