A breakdown of hormones that affect perimenopause and actionable follow up steps
Perimenopause is different for every woman. This transitional phase into menopause may start as early as the 30s for some women, while for others it may not begin until they reach their 40s. The same applies to perimenopausal symptoms. Some lucky women don’t have them, while others struggle with hot flashes, bladder problems, mood swings, or sleeplessness. Take the guesswork out of perimenopause by tracking your hormone levels with True Marker’s at-home perimenopause test. It’s a simple way to monitor fluctuating estrogen levels that are typical of perimenopause.
Our perimenopause test kit delivers fast, accurate results. We analyze all tests at our in-house lab, so our scientists can return your results within a three-day turnaround window. When you take your hormone levels, menstrual history, age, and symptoms into consideration, you can build a more comprehensive picture of your perimenopausal status. Your True Marker perimenopause blood test results include a PDF report that you can share with your doctor, as well as treatment recommendations, if necessary.
Insight into your reproductive health
Women’s health is a complex network of physical, emotional, and mental health factors. This network is influenced by many things, including heart health, thyroid condition, and hormonal balance. Our health tests, including our perimenopause home test, analyze biomarkers in the blood to identify potential problems before symptoms appear. This makes it easier to prevent serious illness and optimize your health. It’s recommended that women regularly check their hormone levels because they can change over the course of a month.
Hormonal imbalances can affect all areas of your health. True Marker’s at-home kit allows you to detect imbalances with a testing method that offers complete privacy and confidentiality.
There are different ways to measure if you're nearing menopause. Here's why they matter for you:
Follicle Stimulating Hormone (FSH)
FSH levels are abnormal after menopause and indicate a low or abnormal number of eggs for one's age.
Luteinizing Hormone (LH)
LH levels are abnormal after menopause and can lead to an irregular menstrual cycle or periods.
Estradiol levels in women decrease drastically after menopause leading to many symptoms.
Everything you need to easily take your test:
Our in-house medical team really knows what they’re talking about
Rather than outsourcing testing, we built the first lab that does it in-house. That means our scientists can actually answer your questions and are available to guide you through the process.