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Who should take the test?

Concerned about depressive moods, sleep disturbance or infertility? Perhaps you are suffering from many different complaints and failed to indetify the underlying cause?

An imbalanced hormone system affects our health in a lot of different ways, producing symptoms that reduce our life quality and may increase the risk for a wide range of diseases. As many symptoms can relate to different hormonal imbalances, it is sometimes difficult to identify the actual cause. Therefore, a comprehensive hormone test which evaluates the values of a range of different hormones is most approriate in cases where the origin of the problem is not determined yet.

Our Comprehensive Hormone Test gives a broad overview for those who are looking for more information about their hormone system. The test analyzes the morning values of the following hormones:

  • Estridol
  • Testosterone
  • Progesterone
  • DHEA
  • Diurnal Cortisol
What will my results tell me?

Your results will provide detailed information about whether your estradiol, testosterone, progesterone, DHEA and cortisol levels are normal, low, or high compared to reference ranges in your age group. You can then discuss the results with your doctor or health practitioner, who can give you further guidance and treatment recommendations.

What guidance will I get along with my results?

We always recommend the discussion of the mailed results with your doctor or practitioner. Although we do not offer therapy service ourselves, we will gladly assist you in finding a suitable therapist in your area. Besides, further information is available on our website, especially in the different test categories, under “health conditions” and the FAQs. Still have questions? Then you can contact us by phone at (703) 722 6067 (08:00am – 11:30am EST) or mail at contact@verisana.com.

Download the complete instructions here

Which are the symptoms you may feel?
  • Fatigue or feeling tired
  • Depression
  • Desire to have children
  • Sleep disturbance
  • Lack of concentration
  • Uncertainity
  • Irritability
  • Weight gain
  • Infertility
  • Physical exhaustion
  • Depressive moods
  • Sleeping disorders
  • Nervourness
  • Anxiety
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1. Please label all the sample containers as well as the enclosed sample dispatch note with your first and last name, the date as well as the time of the saliva sample collection.

2. Please take one straw and the sample container out of the packaging. Put the straw in your mouth and use it to transport the saliva into the sample container.

3. Fill the sample container at least half way (preferably ¾), not including the foam. If you have collected too much foam then lightly tap against the sample container so that the foam can separate itself from the saliva liquid.

4. Check whether the sample has taken on a red colouring. If so, then this most likely is blood (for example due to bleeding gums), which would falsify the results. In this case, please dispose the sample, rinse the sample container with tap water and collect another sample (colourless) after 5 – 10 minutes.

5. Now close the lid of the sample container. Dispose the saliva tube in your household trash.

6. Place the sample in the delivered protective bag (clear bag with blue border). Then place everything together with the enclosed sample dispatch note in the grey plastic envelope and seal it.

You can leave the saliva sample stored in the refrigerator until dispatch.

Collecting time for Woman

Saliva sample 1: Directly after waking up
Saliva sample 2: 30 minutes after waking up
Saliva sample 3: 1 hour after waking up
Saliva sample 4: 2 hours after waking up
Saliva sample 5: 5 hours after waking up
Saliva sample 6: 8 hours after waking up
Saliva sample 7: 12 hours after waking up

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What are the tested hormones for?
  • Estradiol and Progesterone
  • Testosterone
  • DHEA
  • Cortisol
Estradiol and Progesterone

Estrogens are the most important of the female sex hormones. Estrogen is actually made up of a group of hormones, but Estradiol is biologically the most active during the fertile years of women.

It is responsible for:

– The development of the female body, from girl to woman
– The monthly regeneration and protection of the endometrium (womb)
– Breast growth
– The elasticity of the blood vessels
– Radiant skin and healthy hair
– Moist eyes and mucous membranes
– Clear thinking processes
– Stabilisation of moods

Progesterone is produced by the ovaries shortly after ovulation in order to prepare the uterus for a possible pregnancy and to protect the mucous lining of the uterus. Together with Estrogen, the most important of the female sex hormones, progesterone regulates the menstrual cycle.

The sensitive balance between estrogen and progesterone

Es­tro­gen val­ues tend to fluc­tu­ate through­out a wom­an’s life­time, not just dur­ing the men­strual cy­cle. The strength of these fluc­tu­a­tions is dif­fer­ent for each in­di­vid­ual and the body re­acts to them with dif­fer­ent symp­toms. It is not just a de­fi­ciency in Es­tro­gen that can cause phys­i­cal com­plaints: an ex­cess, or Es­tro­gen dom­i­nance, can cause a va­ri­ety of un­pleas­ant symp­toms, such as wa­ter re­ten­tion, nau­sea, de­pres­sive moods, tired­ness, list­less­ness, lack of con­cen­tra­tion, anx­i­ety, breast sen­si­tiv­ity, cysts and fi­broids, painful men­stru­a­tion, and weight gain.

Al­though it may sound con­tra­dic­tory, an Es­tro­gen dom­i­nance can oc­cur at the same time as an Es­tro­gen de­fi­ciency due to the fine, co­or­di­nated bal­ance be­tween Es­tro­gen and prog­es­terone. The Es­tro­gen lev­els de­fine how much prog­es­terone is needed. An Es­tro­gen dom­i­nance can oc­cur if the body is not pro­duc­ing enough prog­es­terone for the level of Es­tro­gen. This means it can also oc­cur if the body is not pro­duc­ing enough Es­tro­gen (Es­tro­gen de­fi­ciency) if the body is also not pro­duc­ing the rel­a­tive amount of prog­es­terone.

There­fore, in the case of an Es­tro­gen de­fi­ciency it is im­por­tant to not only de­ter­mine the ab­solute val­ues of the in­di­vid­ual hor­mones, but also the ra­tio of Es­tro­gen to prog­es­terone.

DHEA and Cortisol

Cor­ti­sol and DHEA are both pro­duced in the adrenal glands. Cor­ti­sol is the most im­por­tant stress hor­mone be­sides adren­a­line: Stress hor­mones help the body to re­act to par­tic­u­lar strain. They re­lease en­ergy re­serves in or­der to pre­pare the body for “es­cape” or “at­tack”. Dur­ing hard, phys­i­cal work, com­pet­i­tive sports, psy­cho­log­i­cal, phys­i­cal and men­tal stress sit­u­a­tions, or dur­ing a se­vere ill­ness, the dis­tri­b­u­tion of cor­ti­sol is also stim­u­lated.

Cor­ti­sol and DHEA play an im­por­tant role in the dif­fer­ent meta­bolic processes in the body. In im­mune processes, cor­ti­sol helps with its anti-in­flam­ma­tory and anti-al­ler­gic ef­fect, and has an im­por­tant func­tion in main­tain­ing the health of the body.

DHEA is a pre­cur­sor of fe­male and male sex hor­mones. The pro­duc­tion of DHEA de­clines with ad­vanc­ing age from the age of 30 and its de­fi­ciency can var­i­ous dis­eases.

It is responsible for:

– Burning of body fat
– Prevention of osteoporosis
– Minimizing cancer and heart diseases
– Strengthening the immune system
– Slowing down the aging process
– Positively influence memory performance

However: Both too low and too high levels can cause unpleasant symptoms.

It is well known that chronic stress is unhealthy – and stress is, in turn, the most important impulse that causes the increase of the distribution of cortisol. If the cortisol levels are too high, symptoms can include immunodeficiency, depression, physical exhaustion, metabolic disorders, diabetes, obesity and sleeping disorders. Excessively high cortisol levels can indeed cause unpleasant symptoms.

Just the same, excessively low cortisol levels can interfere with general well-being: Cortisol is vital. Apart from the provision of energy reserves, it also plays a role in the cardiovascular health, gastrointestinal health, the immune system and brain functions. As does DHEA. Low DHEA levels are susprected to increase the risk of Alzheimer’s disease, cancer, osteoporosis, depression, heart disease and obesity. High DHEA levels can cause in women a deeper voice and an increased hair growth all over the body.

Testosterone

Testosterone is a sex hormone that is mainly associated with men – after all, it is responsible for the characteristics that distinguish the appearance of men from women, such as beard growth: it ensures the development of the male sex organ and is responsible for sexual potency and fertility. In addition, it strengthens the heart, brain and bones, supports muscle growth and fat decomposition, counteracts diabetes and high blood pressure, and helps to lower cholesterol levels.

However, testosterone is also important for women, even though they produce 20 to 30 times less testosterone than men. Testosterone has a mood lifting effect, ensures for more assertiveness and enhances the desire for sex in both women and men. It also enhances sexual sensitivity, making it easier for women to reach orgasm.

The body can only profit from all of these positive properties by having a healthy testosterone level; a deficiency can cause the complaints listed above and an excess can, amongst other things, lead to excessive aggressiveness, acne, oily skin and unwanted body hair (face and body) in women. Testosterone deficiency can affect women as well as men.

Testosterone deficiency can cause:

– Decreased libido, potency problems (♂), orgasm difficulties (♀)
– Decrease in muscles / few distinctive muscles
– Fat deposits in the stomach and breast areas
– Cellulite, varicose veins
– Slack arms and face, wrinkle development, dry skin
– Decreased hair growth (e.g. beard (♂))
– Low stamina, consistent tiredness
– Low assertiveness, uncertainty
– Decreased stress resistance, nervousness
– Anxiety, depressive moods
– Forgetfulness

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