Both PMS sufferers and postmenopausal women usually experience significant health changes. Many of the conditions associated with PMS and menopause can be corrected with natural replacement and/or nutritional therapies.
The Female Circadian Panel is designed to give the physician a snapshot of the current hormonal status over a 24 hour period. This panel should be used as a screening resource when the physician needs to have immediate information.
Cycling women need to include the calendar menses day along with time of day the specimen is taken for proper laboratory reference range matching.
The Male Hormone Panel examines 1 sample for progesterone and estradiol, 6 samples for cortisol, 4 samples for testosterone, 3 samples for DHEA, and 1 sample for electrolytes.