\r\nMENOPAUSE TEST - FSH
\r\nCheck the concentration of the FSH hormone in urine.
\r\nMenopause arises at the mean age of 51 years old, i.e. between 45 and 55 years old, depending on the female individuals. Checking the FSH allows you to take the best preventive actions in order to keep the hormone balance and a healthy lifestyle.\r\n
\r\nWHY SHOULD I PERFORM THE TEST?
\r\nThe follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) is a hormone which increases during menopause. The FSH secretion induces the follicle maturation and LH (Luteinizing Hormone) secretion induces ovulation. The determination of FSH and LH level is indicated for the detection of amenorrhoea (absence of a period) and anovulatory cycles.
\r\nThe FSH is an hormone which increases during menopause.
\r\nHOW DOES IT WORK?
\r\nThe Test works by pointing out the concentration of FSH in the urine as normal or above the normal value (25 mIU/mL).
\r\n1) The sample should be the first urine of the day.
\r\n2) Test midstream and hold the absorbent tip directly in your urine stream for 5-10 seconds.
\r\n3) Slide the absorbent tip in.
\r\n4) Wait for 5 minutes and read the result.
\r\nCONTENT: 2 sealed aluminum pouches containing: 1 midstream test and desiccant, instruction for use.