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Women's Wellness Test

How to Rebalance Today and Stay Well for Years to Come
30-Minute Health Coaching Call Included
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Women's Wellness Test

How to Rebalance Today and Stay Well for Years to Come
30-Minute Health Coaching Call Included

As we age, it's common for hormone levels to fluctuate. While estrogen is thought of as the primary female hormone, it also has a very important relationship with progesterone. If you have been experiencing health concerns such as irregular mood, low libido or changes in your menstrual cycle, it's important to take a deeper look at your estrogen and progesterone levels and their ratios to each other. Additionally, measuring your cortisol will give you an in depth look at how stress may be impacting your hormone levels and your overall health.

  • Please be sure to collect and return your sample within 14 days of receipt of your lab test. All lab tests expire within 6 months of purchase
  • New York State law prohibits the shipment of lab products to New York
  • EquiLife has temporarily suspended lab sales into the State of Washington through August 31, 2024.
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Saliva
Saliva

Balancing Female Hormones

What is Measured

Estradiol (E2)

The primary form of estrogen that circulates through the body.

As we age, many women may continue to produce the same level as estrogen, while progesterone production drops. This can cause something known as estrogen dominance which can create unpleasant health issues such as mood changes, irregular cycles, weight gain and more.

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Progesterone

A hormone that stimulates and regulates important functions in a woman's body.

Progesterone's main functions include preparing the body for conception and maintaining pregnancy, as well as regulating menstrual cycles and playing a role in sexual desire. Progesterone is a precursor to cortisol. If cortisol levels increase, progesterone levels can decrease, further contributing to the imbalance as it relates to estrogen.

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Cortisol

A hormone that regulates stress and can impact the balance of progesterone and estrogen.

Cortisol, the body's stress hormone, is made from precursors that include progesterone. If stress levels are high on an ongoing basis, progesterone levels may decrease, disrupting the balance of estrogen and progesterone in the body.

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Claudia t. (Minneapolis, MN, US)
What a fabulous test for women

I had been having with issues with my cycle since it returned PP and I decided to take this test to help see what was going on with me. It's such a simple test to do and I don't know why I didn't do it sooner (I suffered silently for 6 months!) This test and my health coach gave me a clear indication of where/what the issue was and how we can fix it. Ive already noticed improvements and im so grateful for the access to these lab tests and health coaching. Thank you

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Erin B. (Spring, TX, US)
Do it!

I have recommended this test to several friends. It’s so simple to do and i regret not doing it sooner. Highly recommended!

Still have questions? FAQs

Once you receive your at-home lab test, please follow the instructions provided to register your test. Once sample(s) are sent to one of our CLIA certified labs, it will take approximately 3 weeks for your results to be returned, during which time you will receive information on how to schedule your one-one-one health coaching call.

All at-home lab tests expire 6-months from their purchase date. To ensure you will receive your results, please be sure to send all samples for completed lab tests prior to the 6-month expiration date. Unfortunately, there can be no returns or replacement lab tests sent after the 6-month time frame.

Please remember to register your labs prior to sending your sample to the laboratory.

We highly recommend reading through all instructions thoroughly before planning the day of your collection to make sure you are prepared and don't have additional questions. Do not eat, drink (except water), or brush teeth at least 2 hours prior to collections.

You can contact us at support@equi.life for general questions.

If you have a more specific question about your sample collection you may reach out to the lab directly to better guide you - each instruction sheet has the contact information available to get your questions answered promptly!