Test your female hormones

Get things in balance with our Female Hormones test. It checks hormone levels that, when imbalanced, can lead to menstrual irregularities, mood swings, and weight change.

15-minute appointments
Results within 2 working days
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15-minute appointments
Results within 2 working days
Easy sign up and booking
Track results over time
Tested by medical experts
Secured in-app data

Understand key factors affecting

Menstrual health

Uncover factors that can cause irregular, painful, and heavy periods.

Sexual well-being

Detect hormonal imbalances that may impact fertility, sex drive, and more.

Vitality

Explore health markers linked to mood, energy levels, and weight change.

Female hormones test

What’s included in the Female Hormone test?

9 female health biomarkers

Professional blood draw at our lab

Results in 2 working days, trackable in the app

Optional online results consultation with a doctor

Personalized information, including health tips

Add-on Test

Female hormones

Some hormones are particularly important for female health. Check your levels with this test.
Well-being
139,00 €
Progesterone

Progesterone is a hormone that plays an important role in the menstrual cycle and the early phases of pregnancy. It also influences mood, sleep, bone health, and sex drive.

Estradiol

Estradiol is the most common type of estrogen, a hormone regulating the development of female characteristics and reproductive health. It's produced by both males and females, but in higher amounts by females.

FSH

Follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH) is produced by the pituitary gland and links the brain and the sex organs. It affects sperm production and the formation of egg-carrying follicles during the menstrual cycle.

LH

Luteinizing hormone (LH) from the pituitary gland connects the brain to the gonads. In males, it triggers testosterone; in females, it orchestrates menstrual cycles and prompts ovulation and egg implantation.

DHEAS

DHEA (dehydroepiandrosterone) is a hormone that affects the development of biological features commonly classified as male. DHEAS is a slightly different but more stable form of DHEA, and is easier to measure.

SHBG

Sex-hormone binding globulin (SHBG) is produced primarily in the liver and controls the amount of available active sex hormones like estrogen and testosterone.

Prolactin

The main function of prolactin is stimulating milk production following childbirth in females. In males it influences libido and fertility.

Testosterone

Testosterone is a sex hormone that's important for muscle and bone strength, sperm production, ovarian function, and sex drive. It's mainly produced in the testes, ovaries, and adrenal glands.

Free testosterone index

The free testosterone index (FTI) estimates how much active testosterone is in your blood for your cells and tissues to use.

Aware MEmbership

How does it work

Join Aware

Download the app and become a member.

Unlock access

As an Aware member, you'll get access to the hormone test, plus more.

Book your test

Choose an appointment at one of our labs at a time that suits you.

Receive results

They'll be ready in 2 working days in the app.

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FAQ

We’re here to answer your questions

What if I use hormonal contraceptives?

Hormonal contraception can affect your hormone levels, so the ranges on your results may not apply. Please consult a doctor to understand how contraceptives could affect your hormone levels.

What if I’m pregnant?

Pregnancy causes significant changes in hormone levels, and the ranges for non-pregnant individuals will not apply. Discuss with your doctor how pregnancy is affecting your hormone levels for an accurate interpretation of your test results.

What if I’m peri- or postmenopausal?

Peri- and postmenopause brings a shift in what is considered a "healthy range" for hormone levels. Please talk to your doctor about how your test results fit into the ranges expected for postmenopausal women. Our peri-and postmenopausal users can also see the relevant reference range on the results pdf.

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