A breakdown of your estradiol levels and actionable follow-up steps
Estradiol is the most potent form of estrogen produced by the body. Good estradiol levels contribute to a healthy reproductive system and strong bones and joints. Estradiol imbalances, however, can cause problems: Too much estradiol may lead to depression, acne, and decreased sex drive, while low estradiol can raise the risk of mood swings or osteoporosis. True Marker’s at-home estrogen test is a safe and effective way to monitor your estradiol levels.
Our estradiol test is taken in the privacy of your home. Once you send in your test sample, we’ll deliver the results back in 3 days. Our at-home estradiol test also includes a full report of your results in a PDF to share with your doctor.
Key information that’s important for women’s health
Many factors contribute to women’s overall health and wellness: body inflammation, heart health, thyroid condition, and hormone balance among others. Testing estrogen levels at home is an easy way to monitor your health.
Our estradiol home test kit can give you insight into any changes in your body. Biomarkers in the blood can indicate any potential problems before symptoms occur. Identifying these issues early may prevent serious illness and optimize your health. Hormone imbalances can affect all areas of your health — experts recommend regularly checking your hormone levels as they can change drastically over short periods of time.
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Estradiol is the main estrogen produced in the body and it is also one of the main sex hormones responsible for ovulation. It also regulates and is responsible for the normal function of the breasts, vagina, and uterus.
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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.