Hormones play an important role in every part of our life; they regulate every function of our body, from how we grow, our fertility, blood pressure, quality of sleep, blood sugar, sex drive, how our metabolism functions, and even our emotional and mental health.
Understanding your menstrual cycle
Day 1— The first day of your period.
Day 12-16— Your ovulation days and when you are the most fertile.
Day 19-21— The best time to take your hormone test!
Day 28– Your hormones drop if there is no pregnancy.
Not every woman has exactly a 28-day cycle, and not every woman ovulates exactly on the same days. The use of birth control can also affect the way your hormones perform.
Hormones are linked to every system in our bodies; monitoring their levels and ranges at every stage of our lives is important.
Results are ready around five to seven days after the sample is received in our lab.
We don't bill your insurance directly but you can always submit your receipt for reimbursement if your insurance plan allows it.