This is a simple test designed for both males and females who wish to check the balance of their male and female hormones.
Number of Test Involved: 2
An imbalance in testoesterone or oestradiol may cause unwanted symptoms. For men, this might be a diminshed sex drive, low muscle mass or excess fat on the chest giving the appearance of breasts (gynaecostia). For females, this might be polycystic ovaries.
Oestradiol is a steroid hormone and if the strongest of the three naturally produced oestrogens. It has many functions but primarily acts to mature and maintain the female reproductive system.
Testosterone is the primary male sex hormone – it plays a huge role in the development of male reproductive tissues as well as promoting secondary characteristics such as muscle and bone mass, libido and growth of bodily hair.