Laboquick® Menopause Home Test (2 Tests) Twin Pack - Menopause Test For Home Test Female Fertility TestRegular price £6.50 Save £-6.50
Premenopause, Perimenopause, and Menopause
Menopause A biological stage in a woman's life that occurs when she stops menstruating and reaches the end of her natural reproductive life. Usually it is defined as having occurred when a woman has not had a period for 12 consecutive months (for women reaching menopause naturally). The changes associated with menopause occur when the ovaries stop maturing eggs and secreting oestrogen and progesterone.
Perimenopause The time in which a woman has irregular cycles of ovulation and menstruation leading up to menopause and continuing until 12 months after her final period. The perimenopause is also known as the menopausal transition or climacteric.
Postmenopause The time after menopause has occurred, starting when a woman has not had a period for 12 consecutive months.
Menopausal women This includes women in perimenopause and postmenopause.
Diagnosis of perimenopause and menopause
Diagnosing the following without laboratory tests in otherwise healthy women aged over 45 years with menopausal symptoms:
- perimenopause based on vasomotor symptoms such as hot flushes and night sweats and irregular periods
- menopause in women who have not had a period for at least 12 months and are not using hormonal contraception
- menopause based on symptoms in women without a uterus.
It can be difficult to diagnose menopause in women who are taking hormonal treatments, for example for the treatment of heavy periods
- One step quick menopause test kit
- Tells you within 5 minutes if you have reached menopause
- 99% accuracy when detecting a rise in the follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) in Urine
- Use in the comfort and privacy of your own home, no waiting for lab results
- Clear and straightforward instructions
- Oral contraception pills, skin contraception application, hormone treatment, estrogen treatment or any other hormone intake can affect this test’s working and can result to false positive results. Ovulary and pituitary gland tumours can cause false results. This test is good at diagnosing FSH levels at cut off level or above but can give false results at a very low percentage.
- This tests results cannot be used for fertility or opposite decisions. This test is only for FSH use and cannot be used for pregnancy and ovulation test. Any contraception decision cannot be taken by taking consideration of this test.
Test results are not enough to give an exact identification. The final diagnosis should be completed by a physician.
- Read the instructions before use.
- Do not ever freeze the tests. If the test was stored in a refrigerator, wait the product reaches to the room temperature before use. The test must be carried out in room temperature (between 15 – 30 degrees).
- Do not use a test after expiry date.
- Use only human urine as a sample.
- Observe carefully the number of drops.
- Only 3-4 drops must be dripped on the test. After removing the testing device from it's package, use it immediately. DO NOT put more than 4 drops otherwise it will make the test invalid.
- If the package is torn, the device must not be used.
- To prevent mixing between samples, use a different disposable sample dosimeter for each test.
- During the test, no cosmetic application must be done, no liquids or food must be consumed and do not smoke.
- The device is just for outer body diagnosis.
- It's a disposable test