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Test Levels of Three Essential B Vitamins, Which Are Determined By Your Daily Diet

Measure key hormones that play a role in a woman's overall well-being
Women's Health Test
This is our most comprehensive hormone panel for women at all stages of life. Our Women's Health test measures hormone and antibody levels to check for any abnormal levels that may be keeping you from feeling your best.
$ 249.00 USD
Measures 9 IgE antibodies linked to common food allergies

This test measures your vitamin B6 (PLP), B9 (5-methyltetrahydrofolate), and B12(cyanocobalamin) levels.

Your results will show your vitamin B6, B9, and B12 levels. B vitamins are important for proper function of the nervous system, immune system, and for normal development of red blood cells. Checking your B vitamin levels can help you understand if you're maintaining adequate levels of these important vitamins.
This test looks for IgE antibody reactivity to the following foods:
  • Almond
  • Cow’s milk
  • Egg white
  • Egg yolk
  • Peanut
  • Shrimp
  • Soy
  • Tuna
  • Wheat

This test measures 11 biomarkers known to play an important role in your overall health and wellness

Your test results will provide detailed information on the 11 biomarkers (10 hormones and 1 antibody) measured and whether those levels fall within established normal ranges for your reproductive stage. This can provide clarity to see whether your hormones are within normal ranges or if any abnormal levels may be causing symptoms that keep you from feeling like yourself.


Estradiol is the main form of estrogen in people assigned female at birth (AFAB) and is produced by the ovaries. It is one of the main sex hormones responsible for ovulation, which is vital to reproductive health and pregnancy in people who can get pregnant. After menopause, levels of estradiol decline significantly. Estradiol also plays a role in the development of bones and female-associated secondary sex characteristics development, as well as the optimal functioning of the brain and reproductive system.


Progesterone helps to maintain the endometrium, or lining of the uterus, and helps to support pregnancy. When an individual enters menopause and ovarian function declines, progesterone production significantly decreases.

Luteinizing Hormone

Luteinizing hormone, or LH, is a hormone produced in the pituitary gland that is responsible for the stimulation and maturation of ovarian follicles in the ovaries. Ovarian follicles are small, fluid-filled sacs in the ovary that contain an immature egg. When an egg matures during the menstrual cycle, the follicle breaks open and releases the egg from the ovary for possible fertilization.

Follicle-Stimulating Hormone

Follicle-stimulating hormone, or FSH, is a hormone produced by the pituitary gland in the brain, which plays an essential role in the growth and maturation of ovarian follicles, as well as with ovulation and the menstrual cycle. Baseline FSH levels typically increase with age due to diminished ovarian reserve, and over time more FSH is then needed to stimulate ovarian function. A normal FSH level may imply that a person with a uterus has an appropriate egg quantity for their reproductive stage.


DHEA, or dehydroepiandrosterone, is an androgen hormone that is produced by the adrenal glands, but in people assigned female at birth (AFAB), a small amount is also produced by the ovaries. It is a precursor to some other hormones in the body, such as testosterone and estrogen. Most DHEA circulates in the blood attached to a sulfate group and is called DHEA-S, which is the form measured by this test.


Cortisol is produced in the adrenal glands and is released in response to stressors like illness and exercise. Cortisol is often referred to as your body’s “stress hormone,” but it has many roles in the body, including helping to control blood sugar levels and regulating energy metabolism. In most people, cortisol levels peak in the morning and are lowest in the middle of the night. Your sample is collected 4 times throughout the day, and your results will reflect your cortisol levels during those times.

Thyroid-Stimulating Hormone

Thyroid-stimulating hormone, or TSH, is a hormone produced by the pituitary gland that is responsible for controlling the production of the thyroid hormones T3 and T4 by the thyroid gland. The hormone TSH is considered the most sensitive marker for screening for thyroid diseases and conditions.

Free T3

T3 (triiodothyronine) is a hormone produced by the thyroid gland. While it is less abundant than T4, T3 is considered the more active of these two thyroid hormones. Together, these two thyroid hormones help determine the rate at which every cell in the body uses energy. Levels of T3 fluctuate when individuals have an under- or overactive thyroid gland. This test measures free T3, the free (not bound to protein), and biologically active form of the hormone.

Free T4

T4 (thyroxine) is the predominant hormone produced by the thyroid gland. Together, T3 and T4 help determine the rate at which every cell in the body uses energy. Levels of T4 fluctuate when individuals have an under- or overactive thyroid gland. This test measures free T4, the free (not bound to protein), and biologically active form of the hormone.

Free Testosterone

In people assigned female at birth (AFAB), testosterone is primarily produced by the ovaries, with a small amount produced by the adrenal glands. A large portion of this testosterone is converted to estrogen by an enzyme called aromatase. Free testosterone is not attached to proteins, whereas total testosterone includes free testosterone and testosterone that is bound to the proteins (e.g. albumin and sex hormone binding globulin) in the blood. While commonly regarded as the primary male sex hormone, testosterone is important for bone density, libido, body fat distribution, and supporting muscle mass across all sexes.

Thyroid Peroxidase Antibodies

Thyroid peroxidase antibodies are antibodies that can bind to thyroid enzymes, which can suppress thyroid function. They are usually elevated in a condition called Hashimoto's disease, which is the most common cause of hypothyroidism in the U.S.

Experiencing symptoms such as fatigue, weight gain, hair loss, or depression?

A hormonal imbalance can affect your menstrual cycle, mood, metabolism, libido, and sleep. Testing essential female hormones can provide you with insight into the changes your body may be experiencing.


  • Depression
  • Difficulty concentrating
  • Sleep disturbance
  • Irritability
  • Anxiousness
  • Forgetfulness


  • Fatigue or feeling tired
  • Joint pain
  • Muscle weakness
  • Increased body fat
  • Night sweats
  • Weight gain
  • Cold intolerance
  • Heat intolerance
  • Abnormal hair growth


  • Headaches
  • Hair loss


    Skin issues


    Irregular periods

Everything you need to understand your results

  • Pre-paid shipping both ways
  • All materials for sample collection and shipping back to the lab
  • Detailed directions and an instructional video to guide you
  • Help along the way from our customer care team
  • Digital and printable results
  • Watch a recorded educational session led by a healthcare professional


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Gain meaningful insights about your health with easy-to-understand test results. We also provide you with additional resources and helpful tips along the way.


View a personalized report of each marker tested as well as detailed information about what your results mean for you.


Take action on your health and wellness. Use your report and watch a recorded educational session to learn more about your test and next steps.

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