Postmenopause Test
Women's Health

Postmenopause Test

The postmenopause test provides information on your hormone levels following menopause. Most women feel different after menopause.

  • CLIA-Approved
  • CAP-Accredited
  • Reviewed by a certified laboratory scientist and medical doctor
  • Collection method: easy finger prick blood collection
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Results in 3 days

Collect your sample, mail it back in the prepaid envelope, and receive results by email or phone.

This test is most useful for people who:

  • Have completed menopause
  • Are having difficulties with ovulation, irregular periods, or bloating
  • Are experiencing vaginal dryness or low sex drive
  • Are experiencing hot flashes or night sweats

What will your results tell you?

A breakdown of postmenopause and actionable follow up steps:

When menopause occurs, various factors need to be assessed: your age, your menstrual history and irregularities, as well as symptoms and changes in your body. Hormone levels are also checked and using all this information one can assess the status of perimenopause. True Marker also gives you treatment recommendations if necessary.

You will also receive a full PDF of the report you can use to discuss with your doctor.

What will your results tell you?

Women's experience of health is unique due to biological, social and behavioral conditions.

Key areas of women's wellness include hormonal balance, heart health, inflammation and thyroid condition. Biomarkers in the blood can reveal potential problems before any symptoms occur. Identifying any problems early can prevent serious illness and help to improve and optimize your health.

Imbalances in hormones can affect all areas of your health. At home testing of essential hormones can give insight into any changes in the body. It is recommended that women regularly check their hormone levels as they can change over the course of a month.

There are different hormones to measure after menopause. Here's why they matter for you:


Progesterone is a hormone that aids in both maintaining the lining of the uterus (endometrium), as well as pregnancy. When menopause begins, the levels of progesterone decrease drastically as a result of ovulation stopping.


Estradiol levels in women also decrease drastically after menopause leading to many symptoms.

Everything you need to easily take your test:

Everything you need to easily take your test
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.