Hormone analysis from symptom analysis
A multitude of hormonal conditions, such as estrogen dominance, insulin resistance, thyroid gland inflammation, hypothyroidism, adrenal exhaustion, and high prolactin levels, can be detected by this hormonal test. It can also show whether a person might be sensitive to certain foods. It can be done online in the convenience of your own home, depending on how precisely your symptoms are described.
It is made for those who don't want to get a blood test but need to know their hormonal status in order to recognize and address the problem.
Over the past decades, industrial activities and accidents have led to unintentional, but large-scale, high-dose human exposure to endocrine-disrupting environmental contaminants. These events, in addition to laboratory tests, suggest that exposure to toxic substances such as dioxins and polychlorinated biphenyls negatively affects the reproductive system, and thus possibly the development of hormonal disorders. Evidence in the literature suggests that exposure to environmental pollutants and heavy metals, especially with our inherent genetic variation and the presence of increasingly prevalent viral diseases, are likely contributors to various hormonal disorders (thyroid diseases, insulin resistance) and breast cancer, endometriosis, polycystic ovary syndrome, uterine fibroids, infertility, or premature birth to the large increase in its number.
Health-conscious women who regularly perform screening tests will be given a pre-screening method that can be performed at home, through which they can gain certainty in time about the deviations affecting their hormonal system. Taking the appropriate steps toward their recovery, they will have the opportunity to significantly reduce the risk of hormonal deviations and the probability of the development of hormonally provoked diseases (breast cancer, fibroids, endometriosis, infertility, etc.).
The method can be classified in the area of eHealth, including a service providing secondary prevention.
With the help of the developed algorithm - as a kind of hormonal secondary prevention tool - you can get accurate information about the different hormonal conditions (detailed above) present in your body, whether you suffer from hormonal complaints or not.
Note: In most cases, laboratory reference ranges are slightly wider than necessary and do not always correctly indicate the presence of hormonal disease. We always communicate to patients that if their symptoms are not supported by laboratory tests, then the origin of their symptoms must be investigated in another way.
All measurement results will be sent to the given email address after the measurement, please retain them, as we will not be able to resend them later, because no measurement results are stored.