Women’s Health Screening packages in Singapore
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Investigate your male/female hormone test levels to identify imbalances for health and fertility insights.
At home female/women hormone imbalance test to provide a broad picture of a woman’s hormonal health, with online results in 2 to 5 days.
What does it test for?
- Follicle Stimulating Hormone (FSH),
- Luteinizing Hormone (LH),
- Prolactin and
The Female Hormone Imbalance Test is for anyone who is curious about their fertility status. If you are starting a family, or are thinking about pregnancy down the line, the female hormone test is for you.
This test is not suitable if you have been taking hormonal contraceptives or hormone replacement therapy within the last three months, as the accuracy of results will be affected.
Hormonal imbalances may be caused by:
- Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS)
- Primary ovarian insufficiency
- Early menopause or menopause
- Thyroid issues
- Obesity or overweight
Overview of the female/women hormone test
Camtech’s Women’s Health Test kit is a home-based blood sampling kit that allows women to measure their female hormone levels conveniently and accurately from the comfort of their own homes.
The blood sample collection kit contains a finger prick device, lancets, alcohol swabs, collection tubes, and instructions on how to collect the blood sample. You would use the finger prick device to obtain a small blood sample and place it into the collection tube provided. The kit is then mailed or delivered by a courier to our lab for analysis, and the results are usually available within 2 days after receiving the sample.
Q: What are the female hormones that are commonly tested for?
The female hormones that are commonly tested for include Follicle Stimulating Hormone (FSH), Luteinizing Hormone (LH), Prolactin, and Estradiol.
Q: What is FSH?
FSH is a hormone produced by the pituitary gland that stimulates the growth and development of ovarian follicles in the female reproductive system. It is often used to diagnose and monitor conditions such as polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) and menopause.
Q: What is LH?
LH is a hormone produced by the pituitary gland that stimulates the production of estrogen and ovulation in the female reproductive system. It is often used to diagnose and monitor conditions such as PCOS and infertility.
Q: What is prolactin?
Prolactin is a hormone produced by the pituitary gland that stimulates milk production in the breast tissue. High levels of prolactin can cause infertility and other reproductive health issues.
Q: Why are these hormones important to test?
These hormones play a crucial role in a woman’s reproductive system, and imbalances in these hormones can cause a variety of symptoms and health issues, such as irregular periods, infertility, and menopause-related symptoms.
Q: Who should get tested for these hormones?
Women who are experiencing symptoms related to menstrual irregularities, infertility, or menopause may be recommended to get tested for these hormones. Women who are undergoing fertility treatment or are taking hormone therapy may also need to get tested regularly to monitor hormone levels.
Q: How can a women’s hormone blood test help you?
Such tests help you check your hormonal health and understand your baseline levels.
Detecting any imbalances can help you understand if this could be the cause of:
- a low sex drive
- low energy levels
- low mood
- hot flashes and night sweats
- weight changes
Q: When should you do this blood test?
The timing for a female hormone test may vary depending on the reason for the test. Here are some general guidelines for when a female hormone test may be performed:
Fertility tracking: You should aim to do this test on day 3 of your period. This is when your reproductive hormone levels are easiest to interpret, giving the best insights into your cycle.
Menopause: Hormone testing may be performed to diagnose menopause or to monitor hormone levels during hormone replacement therapy.
Breastfeeding: Prolactin levels may be tested in women who are breastfeeding to monitor milk production.