Women’s Hormone Test


Women’s Hormone Test is a hormonal analysis of cortisol, estrogen, progesterone, testosterone, DHEA and the ratio between estrogen and progesterone and is performed via a saliva test. Many women today have problems with PMS, infertility, fatigue, irregular menstruation, PCOS, menopausal symptoms and much more. With this test, you get a thorough investigation of both your sex hormones and adrenal hormones.

yesAt-home test without need for a doctor’s visit

yesClinically approved test that is analyzed by an ISO 15189 certified lab

yesComprehensive result report in English

yesFast results

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Which hormones are analyzed

  • Cortisol
  • Estradiol (E2)
  • Progesterone
  • DHEA
  • Testosterone
  • Ratio between estradiol (E2) and progesterone

Common symptoms of hormonal imbalances

Mood swings, depression, PMS, irregular menstruation, PCOS, infertility, menopausal symptoms, endometriosis, decreased sex drive, sore breasts, heavy menstruation, brain fog, impaired memory, weight gain, osteoporosis, vaginal dryness, headache, loose stooolt before and during menstruation much more.


DHEA is a hormone that can be converted to both testosterone and estrogen and is such a powerful hormone that it is classified as an anabolic substance. Stress can reduce the levels of DHEA.

Normally, DHEA levels are at its highest when we are in our 20s and then decreases gradually over the years. DHEA is needed our performance, energy, sex drive, memory, muscle mass, skin, weight, bone mass and is said to delay aging.


This test analyzes your value of cortisol in the morning. If you want to measure diurnal cortisol, we recommend the Cortisol test which is collected 7 times throughout the day.

Cortisol is considered our “stress hormone” and is released when we are exposed to physical or mental stress. Cortisol is produced in the adrenal glands and helps you to perform better physically and mentally in the “acute stress situation”. Neither too high nor too low cortisol is good.


Women’s Hormone Test measures estradiol (E2) and the ratio between estradiol and progesterone. Estradiol is considered the most important of the estrogen hormones and is known as the woman’s fertility hormone.


Progesterone is primarily a female sex hormone that affects our fertility and ovulation. It is a precursor to the sex hormones testosterone, estrogen and cortisol and important for the central nervous system. Altered levels of progesterone can cause imbalances in other hormones and affect key functions in consciousness, cognition and mood. Progesterone levels vary during the menstrual cycle and increase after ovulation.


Testosterone is known as a male hormone, but women also need testosterone, even if it is in lower amounts than men. Testosterone is needed for our energy, sex drive and to build muscles, among other things. Excessive levels of testosterone occur in women with PCOS.

The function of hormones

Progesterone plays a role in the brain, collagen production, fertility, concentration, bone mass, sleep and more.
Estrogen plays a role in fertility, skin and hair, sleep and more.
Testosterone plays a role in energy, endurance, muscle strength, sex drive and more.
DHEA plays a role in metabolism, sex drive, memory, the immune system, the cardiovascular system, stress and more.
Cortisol plays a role in stress, well-being and more.

This test is suitable for you who want to get an overall picture of your hormones and measure your cortisol. If you are a man, you should instead choose the test Hormone Profile for Men.

How to collect Women’s Hormone Test

The test is a saliva test that is collected on two occasions during a day and is performed at home; you take the first saliva immediately when you wake up and the second saliva sample is taken 30 minutes after the first. The sample should be collected one week after ovulation if you are a menstruating woman. During normal menstruation, ovulation usually takes place around day 14 of the cycle and the test should then take place on day 21, which means that the test is taken between days 19-21 in the menstrual cycle. Of course, you can also take the test if you have reached or passed menopause (menopause and postmenopause).

The sample is then sent to the lab for analysis and you will receive your answer digitally.

Additional information

Weight 0,030 kg


All our tests, including our saliva samples, are collected from home. Everything you need to collect the sample as well as relevant instructions will be included in your test kit.
Your sample is then sent to our lab for analysis and you will receive your answer digitally as soon as the lab has analyzed your sample.

  1. Make a purchase on the website and pay with Swish or card (Visa, AMEX or Mastercard). Easy and safe. 
  2.  A test kit is sent to the address you enter when ordering. After your order, we will send home a test kit with instructions. It also comes with a stamped envelope that is mailed to us. It is recommended to send in your sample on a Monday or Tuesday. 
  3. Carry out the test according to the instructions included in your test kit and on the web. Our Support can also answer all possible questions, before and after submissions and results. 
  4. Send the test kit to our ISO certified lab and wait for results digitally. You will normally receive an answer within 15 working days after our lab has received your sample.

Depending on which saliva test you do, you fill different numbers of tubes with saliva, so read the instructions below carefully before you start your test:

Estrogen / Progesterone: 1 tube (Collected 1 week after ovulation, normally day 19-23 of the menstrual cycle)
Cortisol: 7 tubes (Collected over a 12-hour period from morning to evening)
Testosterone: 3 tubes
Women’s / Men’s Hormone test: 2 tubes (Women: Collected 1 week after ovulation, normally day 19-23 of the menstrual cycle)
DHEA: 2 tubes
Melatonin: 1 tube (Collected on a Sunday night when it must be sent to the lab on a Monday)

Your sample is then sent to our lab for analysis and you will receive your answer digitally as soon as the lab has analyzed your sample.

If you have brushed your teeth, allow at least 30 minutes to pass before performing the test. If you bleed from the gums, avoid taking the test. Also avoid drinking, eating, sniffing, smoking or chewing gum 30 minutes before the test.

For more detailed instructions, see here under the category “Saliva test“.


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