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PCOS hormone test

Get clarity on your hormone health with a convenient at-home test kit, accompanied by a personalised report from a Bloomful gynecologist.

Why get tested for PCOS?

Polycystic ovary syndrome is the most common hormone disorder in women of reproductive age. It also accounts for approximately 80–90% of cases of anovulatory infertility (anovulation is when ovulation doesn't take place).

PCOS symptoms include:

• Irregular periods or no periods at all
• Difficulty getting pregnant
• Excessive hair growth
• Weight gain
• Thinning hair or hair loss
• Oily skin or acne
• Skin tags (small excess flaps of skin)
• Darker skin along neck creases, groin or under breasts

Our PCOS package includes

✓ At-home blood collection kits 
✓ Sent by post in discreet packaging
✓ Detailed instructions on when and how to take tests
✓ Personalised report from a gynecologist


Which hormones do we test?

Follicle-Stimulating Hormone (FSH)

FSH helps regulate the production of eggs. High levels can indicate PCOS or primary ovarian deficiency.

Sex Hormone-Binding Globulin (SHBG)

SHBG helps regulate your testosterone and estrogen levels. It can contribute to excessive body hair growth, infertility and reduced sex drive.

Thyroid Hormones
(T4 and TSH)

An under or overactive thyroid can impact your menstrual cycle as well as your weight, mood and energy levels.

Free Testosterone

High testosterone levels can disrupt ovulation which can lead to irregular or missed periods. It can also cause oily skin, acne and excessive hair growth.

Luteinising Hormone (LH)

During your cycle, a surge of LH triggers ovulation. If your levels are imbalanced, you could experience irregular periods and trouble getting pregnant.

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