Complaints of mood swings, depression, fatigue, unexplained weight gain (and loss), low sex drive, chronic pain – and especially in women: vaginal dryness, sore breasts, irregular menstrual cycles, infertility, unwanted hair, menopause struggles…the list goes on.
Numerous health complaints can be relieved, if not resolved, through hormone testing and therapy.
BioHealth makes it simple and convenient.
Our hormone testing panels are configured to address the vast majority of patients, utilizing saliva as the testing medium so the results reflect bioactive levels – we measure the hormones free and unbound from the serum, doing their work in real time.
The specimen collection is convenient, results are easy to read, and our clinical advisors will help you with interpretations. Treatment advice puts you in the driver’s seat of hormone balancing and patient case management.
Hormone Testing Menu
Functional Adrenal Stress Profiles (Salivary)
Evaluate the impact of chronic stress on endocrine function by measuring bioactive hormones. Test results will guide you with hormone therapies, lifestyle modification, and reversal of symptoms. Test #205 is our most popular panel and appropriate for all teenage and adult patients. Test #204 is applicable to pre-adolescents. The #201-S and #205-S include four measurements of secretory Immunoglobulin A for immune function analysis.
Functional Adrenal Stress Profile – BH #201 – Cortisol x 4, 2 averaged DHEA-S
Functional Adrenal Stress Profile w/ sIgA x 4 – BH #201-S – Cortisol x 4, 2 averaged DHEA-S; Secretory IgA x 4; includes 1-Day Patient Diary
Functional Adrenal Cortisol Rhythm – BH #204 – Cortisol x 4
Functional Adrenal Stress Profile plus V – BH #205 – Cortisol x 4, 2 averaged DHEA-S, estradiol, estriol, testosterone (AM), melatonin (bedtime), progesterone (bedtime)
Functional Adrenal Stress Profile plus V w/ sIgA x 4 – BH #205-S – Cortisol x 4, 2 averaged DHEA-S, estradiol, estriol, testosterone (AM), melatonin (bedtime), progesterone (bedtime); Secretory IgA x 4; includes 1-Day Patient Diary
Women’s Hormone Profiles (Salivary)
Map the female cycle with these carefully configured panels. Run the #207 to map cycles of women with menstrual cycles 24 days or less. Run the #208 for women with cycles 24 days or longer. The #209 is used to establish baseline levels of hormones in the post-menopausal woman; hormone levels on a particular day of the menstrual cycle in pre-menopausal women; and to monitor the efficacy of adjunctive hormone therapies.
Premenopause Hormone Profiles – BH #207 and #208 – #207: 11 estradiol, 2 testosterone (AM), 11 progesterone; #208: 17 estradiol, 2 testosterone (AM), 17 progesterone
Female Hormone Profiles – BH #209 and #209E – #209: DHEA-S, estradiol, estriol, testosterone (AM), progesterone; #209E: DHEA-S, estradiol, estriol, estrone, testosterone (AM), progesterone
For monitoring of therapies and follow-up tests, BioHealth offers each hormone test as a single marker.