Identification at the right time
can help manage the symptoms of menopause effectively.
This test indicates how well your ovaries are working and it may also be done if you have symptoms of an ovarian tumour.
This test is done to diagnose thyroid dysfunction, especially hypothyroidism.
This test is done to confirm menopause. High levels of FSH and absence of menstrual period for a year indicates menopause.
This test is also done to confirm menopause since LH levels rise after menopause.
This test helps to diagnose the cause of abnormal uterine bleeding.
This includes free and bound testosterone.
This test detects free testosterone in the blood. This is the testosterone that is easily used by your body.
This test is done to help evaluate adrenal gland function and to detect adrenal tumours or cancers.
This test determines the Vitamin D level, which is important for maintaining bone health in the menopause years.