Perimenopause and Menopause Blood Test

Looking to understand how the menopause may be affecting your health? Take our Perimenopause and Menopause Blood Test to find out.

Our Perimenopause and Menopause Blood Test is quick and easy. Just take your finger prick blood sample with our at home kit and use the pre-paid envelope to return your sample to our accredited lab.

  • Results and doctors report in 2 days or less
  • Free, next-working day delivery
  • Comprehensive doctor's report

£98.00


Personalise your Perimenopause and Menopause Blood Test

You can choose how you'd to collect your blood sample. You may also want to add to your test panel depending on your age, sex and any symptoms.

Choose how to collect your blood sample
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Dr Claire Merrifield

Dr Claire Merrifield

GP, PhD and our Medical Director

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What you need to know about our Perimenopause and Menopause Blood Test

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Dr Claire Merrifield

Dr Claire Merrifield

GP, PhD and our Medical Director

The menoapuse brings with it hormonal changes that can affect your health in many ways. A lower level of oestrogen increases your risk of:

  • Heart disease
  • Diabetes
  • Osteoporosis (weak bones)

Our Perimenopause and Menopause Blood Test looks at blood markers related to these conditions, giving you insight into your personal risk profile and what you can do to optimise your health.

What's tested in your Perimenopause and Menopause Blood Test?

  • Thyroid health

    Thyroid problems are more common in women and become commoner as you get older so it's important to check your thyroid function from time-to-time. Thyroid health also influences your risk of heart disease and osteoporosis.

    WHAT'S MEASURED?

  • Vitamin D

    Bone density decreases after the menopause which can lead osteoporosis. Vitamin D is essential for bone health and ensuring your levels are optimum can lower your risk of osteoporosis.

  • Sugar-handling

    After the menopause, your body can't handle sugar as well as it used to which increases your risk of diabetes. HbA1c is a measure of your blood sugar control over the last 3 months.

    WHAT'S MEASURED?

  • Cholesterol profile

    Cholesterol levels tend to go up with age and they're the biggest driver of heart disease. Ensuring your levels are optimal is key to minimise your cardiovascular risk.

    WHAT'S MEASURED?


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