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Female Baseline and Adrenal Hormone Profile

AUD 347.00

This is a non-invasive saliva test measures five different sex hormones and two stress related hormones.

Hormones tested includes:

  • Oestrone (E1)
  • Oestradiol (E2)
  • Oestriol (E3)
  • Progesterone (P4)
  • Testosterone (TT)
  • DHEA-S
  • Cortisol – Measured four times throughout the day.

Investigation of these hormones can be beneficial for those suffering from menstrual irregularities, peri and post menopausal changes, acne, PCOS, fibroids, male pattern hair growth, symptoms of anxiety, depression, mood swings, insomnia, night sweats, disturbed sleep pattern, loss of libido, headaches, low energy, stress, poor immune function, weight gain, memory loss, poor concentration, fatigue and imbalanced blood glucose.

Salivary Hormone Testing is unique in the fact that it measures the active hormone level available in the body.  The hormones accounted for in saliva have passed from the blood stream into the tissue. Blood testing for hormones measures both inactive and active hormone and can be misleading.

Upon purchase of this test you will receive your stool testing kit in the mail complete with instructions.  Upon completing this test and the results being processed you will receive a 25 page report analysing your results and providing recommendations and treatment protocols. In additional you will also receive a half hour follow up consultation with one of our qualified Naturopaths. In this consultation you will be able to get any of your questions answered and we can walk you through your recommendations if required.

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