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Thorne Research Menopause Test, Home Testing Kit $230.00/Kit Thorne Research KIT010

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- Menopause Test, Home Testing Kit (KIT010)

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  • Brand: Thorne Research
  • Product ID / Part Number: KIT010
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  • Package Type: Kit
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  • Unit Price: $230.0
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Hormonal changes during menopause can impact a
woman's health. This at-home saliva test measures levels of
the key hormones related to menopause. Results include a
personalized health plan.

You should take this test if you are a woman:
- Of perimenopausal age (age 45-55)
- Who is postmenopausal, who wants to evaluate
hormone levels
- Who is having fertility problems
- Who is experiencing symptoms of menopause
Biomarkers tested
- Sex hormones, estradiol, progesterone, testosterone
- Adrenal hormones, cortisol, DHEA-S

Biomarkers Measured:
Estradiol - Saliva
Estradiol levels decline naturally during menopause as the functions of a woman's ovaries decline. A declining estrogen level accounts for many of the symptoms associated with menopause.

Progesterone - Saliva
Progesterone is the hormone released by the ovaries during ovulation. When a woman stops ovulating during menopause, her progesterone level usually declines dramatically. Although it is most associated with fertility, progesterone also plays a role in heart, brain, skin, uterine, and breast health.

Testosterone - Saliva
Although testosterone is thought of as the "male hormone" - testosterone is very important for a woman as well. A healthy testosterone level impacts a wide range of health concerns, including bone health, libido, energy, mood, and sleep.

DHEA - Saliva
Dehydroepiandrosterone sulfate is produced in a woman's adrenal glands and is converted to testosterone and estrogen in other tissues. A woman's level of DHEA-S naturally declines with age and has an impact on numerous menopause symptoms - from bone health to body weight.

Cortisol - Saliva
Cortisol is a hormone secreted by the adrenal glands. Cortisol has wide-ranging effects on regulating metabolism, immune function, and the body's response to stress. Unbalanced levels of cortisol can contribute to weight gain, disturbed sleep, and other adverse concerns associated with menopause. This test looks at cortisol levels at four different times over 24 hours.

How it works
1. Delivered
After purchasing, all home-test materials are delivered to your door
2. Locate Barcode
Locate the barcode included with your kit and enter at thorne.com
3. Complete Collection
Complete your test collection and return with prepaid shipping
4. Reviewed
Your results are reviewed by an independent board-certified physician
5. Receive Results
You'll receive your results & personalized recommendations within 7-9 days

Potential Symptoms
Menopause can cause varying symptoms. Some women have few to none, and some women have many that are prolonged and severe. Symptoms can include, but are not limited to:

- Sleep changes
- Mood changes
- Hot flashes and night sweats
- Vaginal dryness
- Weight gain
- Skin changes
- Loss of menstruation
- Breast tenderness
-Fatigue
- Brain fog
- Memory lapses

Menopause Test 101
Menopause is a normal transition that occurs when a woman's eggs are depleted and she stops ovulating. The hallmark of menopause is 12 months with no ovulation and no menstrual cycle. However, symptoms of menopause can begin before menstruation stops and can continue for months or years after the final menstrual cycle. The average age for natural menopause to occur is 51. Menopause can occur for other reasons, such as surgery that removes the ovaries (a total hysterectomy), ovarian insufficiency, and some health conditions.

The hormonal changes that occur during menopause can also impact other areas of a woman's health during and after menopause, including:

- Heart health
- Bone health
- Brain health
- Body weight
- Metabolic function
- Urinary health
- Sexual health
- Estradiol (E2)

The hormone estradiol is primarily made in the ovaries, although it is made in smaller amounts in the adrenal glands and in fat cells. Women make three types of estrogen: estradiol, estrone, and estriol. Because estradiol is the most powerful and active form, it is often the only one measured in an estrogen test. Estradiol levels naturally decline when a woman enters menopause but can be measured in the premenopausal range if a woman is using hormone replacement therapy (HRT) with natural or synthetic estrogen.

Progesterone

Progesterone is the hormone that is made in response to an egg being released from an ovary (ovulation). When a woman enters menopause and stops ovulating, her ovaries stop making progesterone, thus eliminating the major source of progesterone in the body. Women continue to make some progesterone in their adrenal glands and their nervous system, and although the levels are much lower than produced before menopause, this progesterone continues to be important for good health.

Testosterone

In women, testosterone is made in the ovaries and in the adrenal glands. Like other hormones made in the ovaries, testosterone levels usually decline with menopause as the ovaries stop their primary function, although the health functions of testosterone continue to be important for life. Estrogen replacement therapy can also lower testosterone levels.

Dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA)

DHEA is one of the two major hormones made in the adrenal glands (the other is cortisol). DHEA is a precursor to both testosterone and estrogen and is an age-dependent hormone. In women, DHEA levels tend to peak during late adolescence and begin declining naturally around age 30 and can be roughly 20 percent of peak levels at age 70. Production of DHEA in the adrenal glands is in direct competition with the production of cortisol, because both DHEA and cortisol require the same hormone precursor, pregnenolone.

Cortisol

Cortisol is the other major hormone made in the adrenal glands. It is often called "the stress hormone" because your body releases more cortisol when you experience stress, are ill, or have low blood sugar. Cortisol levels fluctuate naturally during the day - with the highest level in the morning to help you wake up as they regulate energy and appetite and modulate your normal response to physical and emotional stress during the day. When normal cortisol levels are altered, a wide variety of health effects can be experienced, including changes in mood, energy, weight, and immune function. It is not uncommon for a woman to experience changes in her cortisol levels during menopause as the functions of her ovaries decline and her body becomes more dependent on the adrenal glands as a source of hormones.

What the tests tell you
Biomarker values
Simple visualization of your biomarker results over time, plus detailed descriptions of each biomarker for an easy interpretation of your overall health.
Health analysis
Insights based on your results help you identify potential health risks or areas of improvement.
Personalized plan
Access your diet, activity, and supplement plan anytime, anywhere through the Thorne dashboard. Recommendations are generated from our medically-supervised algorithms based on your unique test results.

Warnings
This test is recommended to evaluate whether or not you may be going through menopause. Women in their late 30s or early 40s may be entering perimenopause, and the average woman enters natural menopause between 45 and 55 years old. Additional tests not included in this panel may be helpful to your doctor to evaluate whether you are going through menopause, including FSH (Follicle Stimulating Hormone) and TSH (Thyroid Stimulating Hormone). This saliva test cannot measure TSH and FSH. Please see your doctor for additional recommendations to evaluate your health.

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