The most comprehensive and accurate hormone test on the market, our Advanced Hormone Test assesses your reproductive and adrenal steroid hormones, along with their metabolites in order to gain a full picture of your hormone health. It also includes an assessment of your daily free cortisol, melatonin and organic acids such as B6 and B12 which are vital for healthy hormone function.
This comprehensive hormone test captures a full day of hormone production via four or five dried urine and saliva samples over a 24-hour period.
Who is this hormone test for?
We recommend this test for women who would like to understand their hormone health in greater depth. It’s also useful if you’ve recently experienced a lot of stress. Finally, this test can be useful if you are on or considering HRT and want to monitor the effects.
PMS, heavy or painful periods, PCOS, unwanted hair growth, head hair loss, unexplained weight gain, hot flushes, mood swings, low mood, anxiety, irritability, trouble conceiving, PMDD, fatigue and stress.
When can you take this test
- Time of day: This test is taken over the course of one day with 4 or 5 individual samples for urine and saliva.
- Day of the week: N/A
- Cycle days: It’s important to do this test 5-7 days after ovulation for an accurate picture of your progesterone. Read this article on how to pick the best days for testing. Alternatively you can contact someone in our customer service team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What we test
Estrogens and Metabolites
Androgens and Metabolites
Creatinine A (Waking) / B (Morning) / C (Afternoon) / D (Night)
Daily Free Cortisol and Cortisone
Cortisol A (Waking) / B (Morning) / C (Afternoon) / D (Night)
Cortisone A (Waking) / B (Morning) / C (Afternoon) / D (Night)
24hr Free Cortisol
24hr Free Cortisone
Cortisol Metabolites and DHEA-S
Metabolized Cortisol (THF+THE)
Nutritional Organic Acids
Vitamin B12 Marker
Vitamin B6 Markers
Oxidative Stress / DNA Damage
How often should you take this test?
We recommend taking this test every 6-12 months.