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    Saliva Hormone Test

    Saliva hormone testing is an accurate, non-invasive and clinically useful way of measuring hormones.

    Benefits of Saliva Hormone Testing

    Saliva hormone testing can be used to identify existing hormone excesses or deficiencies. For example, finding out that a woman lacks sufficient progesterone to balance high estradiol levels or that high cortisol levels are interfering with the action of progesterone and testosterone. Once a hormone imbalance has been identified, nutritional or bio-identical hormone therapy may be indicated.

    1) Female Panel

    Women of any age can be affected by hormone issues. Women who still have menstrual cycles may experience infertility, premenstrual syndrome, mood swings, anxiety, painful periods and other symptoms as a result of hormone imbalance. Women in peri-menopause and menopause often experience debilitating sleep disturbances, night sweats, hot flashes, accelerated bone loss and many other symptoms related to hormone changes. The Female Panel helps healthcare professionals sort out the specifics of the hormone imbalance. Other conditions associated with hormone imbalance include:

    • weight gain
    • depression, irritability, difficulty coping
    • bone loss
    • breast cancer

    Saliva hormone testing is simple, accurate, and easily obtained. Five hormones make up the Female Panel: cortisol, DHEAs, estradiol, progesterone and testosterone. Interactions between these hormones are fundamental to health - which is why imbalances can have a significant impact on well-being.

    Why Get a Female Panel?

    Women with symptoms not relieved by mainstream medical interventions may benefit from having a saliva hormone test. Knowing your hormone levels and how hormones work together may help your clinician find the right hormone solution for you.

    2) Male Panel

    Hormone imbalance affects men too - in fact, low testosterone is a common cause of irritability and grumpiness in men. If too much testosterone is converted to estradiol, decreased sex drive and increased breast size can result.

    Saliva hormone testing is simple, accurate, and easily obtained. Four hormones make up the Male Panel: cortisol, DHEAs, estradiol, and testosterone. Interactions between these hormones are fundamental to health - which is why imbalances can have a significant impact on well-being. Other conditions associated with male hormone imbalance:

    • Apathy, depression
    • Bone loss
    • Erectile dysfunction
    • Memory loss
    • Weight gain
    • Benign prostate hyperplasia (enlarged prostate)

    Why Order a Male Panel?

    Men who experience symptoms like those above that are not relieved by mainstream medical interventions, may benefit from having a saliva hormone test. Knowing your hormone levels and how hormones work together may help your clinician find the right hormone solution for you.

    3) Month-Long Hormone Assessment

    Women of any age can be affected by hormone issues. Women who still have menstrual cycles may experience infertility, premenstrual syndrome, mood swings, anxiety, painful periods and other symptoms as a result of hormone imbalance. The Month-Long Hormone Assessment helps healthcare professionals uncover the source of cycle-specific symptoms. Some symptoms associated with hormone imbalance in the menstrual cycle include:

    • heavy bleeding
    • fertility issues
    • mood swings
    • migraine headaches
    • hot flushes

    A month-long assessment requires the collection of eleven saliva samples over 33 days. Progesterone and estradiol are reported for all 11 samples along with an average testosterone.

    Why Test Saliva Hormones?

    Mapping progesterone and estradiol levels throughout the month may help identify cycle-related hormone issues. In the Month-Long Hormone Assessment, women report significant symptoms that arise on sample days. By correlating self-reported symptoms with hormone levels throughout the menstrual cycle, it is often possible to find hormone imbalance underlying a symptom or issue.