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Adrenals & Female Hormone Profile (Test Code 1414)

The adrenal & female hormone profile includes both saliva and dried blood spot testing which provides a broad assessment of possible hormonal imbalances because it assesses sex and adrenal hormones.

Analytes: 

Saliva: DHEAs (6-8am) Cortisol (6-8am, noon, 4pm, 8pm)

Blood spot: Estradiol (E2), Progesterone, Testosterone, SHBG, FSH, LH

Adrenals & Male Hormone Profile (Test Code 1415)

The adrenal & male hormone profile includes both saliva and dried blood spot testing which provides a broad assessment of possible hormonal imbalances because it assesses sex and adrenal hormones. The two key hormone systems work in conjunction with one another, and an imbalance in one system affects the balance of others as well.

Analytes:

Saliva: DHEAs (6-8am) Cortisol (6-8am, noon, 4pm, 8pm)

Blood spot: Estradiol (E2), Testosterone, SHBG, PSA

Adrenocortex Stress Profile & Female Hormone Profile Basic- Saliva (Test Code 1010)

Hormones are crucial to a woman’s reproductive health. The main hormones affecting the menstrual cycle and fertility are produced by glands in the brain and by the ovaries. Those hormones regulate menstruation, fertility and sex drive (libido) – any one of which can be adversely affected if the production of these hormones goes out of balance. As most women approach mid-life, hormonal changes gradually cause reproductive organs to shut down eventually leading to menopause.

Analytes:

Basic (Test Code: 1005): Estrone (E1), Estradiol (E2), Estriol (E3), Progesterone, Testosterone, DHEAs, ratios.

 

Adrenocortex Stress Profile Basic- Saliva (Test Code 1001)

The Adrenocortex hormone profile is a non-invasive saliva test that serves as a reliable marker of stress response and a critical tool for revealing adrenal imbalances. Lifestyle, physical and psychological stresses put constant demands on the adrenal glands. If they become depleted adrenal fatigue or insufficiency may be experienced.

Analytes:

Basic (Test Code: 1001): DHEAs 6-8am , Cortisol 6-8am, Cortisol 12noon, Cortisol 4pm, Cortisol 8pm.

 

Adrenocortex Stress Profile Extensive- Saliva (Test Code 1002)

The Adrenocortex hormone profile is a non-invasive saliva test that serves as a reliable marker of stress response and a critical tool for revealing adrenal imbalances. Lifestyle, physical and psychological stresses put constant demands on the adrenal glands. If they become depleted adrenal fatigue or insufficiency may be experienced.

Analytes:

Extensive (Test Code: 1002): DHEAs 6-8am , Cortisol 6-8am, Cortisol 12noon, Cortisol 4pm, Cortisol 8pm, Secretory IgA.

Advanced Dried Urine Hormone Profile (Test Code 1501)

The advanced dried urine test for hormones is your ideal test for complex hormone patients. This comprehensive assessment is unique for what it can reveal from such a simple collection.

Analytes:

Estrogens (x13), Progestagens (x7), Androgens (x6), Glucocorticoids (x4),free Cortisol (x4), free Cortisone (x4), Melatonin (x4), Creatinine (x5).

Amino Acids – 24 Hour Urine (Test Code 5004)

Amino acids play central roles both as building blocks of proteins and as intermediates in metabolism.  They are catalysts to most, if not all, cellular processes. Scientific research has demonstrated that conditions as varied as chemical sensitivities, cardiovascular disease, macular degeneration, bone disorders and insomnia are associated with amino acid imbalances.  Numerous health conditions are associated with amino acid metabolism as a result of the many physiological processes they are involved in.  The production of neurotransmitters, hormones, nitric oxide, urea, antioxidants, connective tissue and ATP are just a few examples.

Analytes:

37 Amino Acids: Alanine, a-Aminoadipic acid, a-Aminobutyric acid, Arginine, Asparagine, Aspartic acid, B-Alanine, B-Aminoisobutyric acid, Carnosine, Citrulline, Cysteine, Cysteine clearance, Cysthathionine, GABA, Glutamate, Glutamine, Glycine, Histidine, 1-methyl Histidine, 3-methyl Histidine, Hydroxyproline, Isoleucine, Leucine, Lysine, Methionine, Ornithine, Phenylalanine, Phosphoserine, Phosphorylethanolamine, Proline, hydroxy Proline, Serine, Taurine, Threonine, Tryptophan, Tyrosine, Valine

Amino Acids Blood LiHep (Test Code 5003)

Amino acids play central roles both as building blocks of proteins and as intermediates in metabolism.  They are catalysts to most, if not all, cellular processes. Scientific research has demonstrated that conditions as varied as chemical sensitivities, cardiovascular disease, macular degeneration, bone disorders and insomnia are associated with amino acid imbalances.  Numerous health conditions are associated with amino acid metabolism as a result of the many physiological processes they are involved in.  The production of neurotransmitters, hormones, nitric oxide, urea, antioxidants, connective tissue and ATP are just a few examples.

Analytes:

37 Amino Acids: Alanine, a-Aminoadipic acid, a-Aminobutyric acid, Arginine, Asparagine, Aspartic acid, B-Alanine, B-Aminoisobutyric acid, Carnosine, Citrulline, Cysteine, Cysteine clearance, Cysthathionine, GABA, Glutamate, Glutamine, Glycine, Histidine, 1-methyl Histidine, 3-methyl Histidine, Hydroxyproline, Isoleucine, Leucine, Lysine, Methionine, Ornithine, Phenylalanine, Phosphoserine, Phosphorylethanolamine, Proline, hydroxy Proline, Serine, Taurine, Threonine, Tryptophan, Tyrosine, Valine

Androgen Elite Dried Urine Hormone Profile (Test Code 1504)

The Androgen Elite dried urine hormone profile is an ideal assessment for men considering hormone replacement therapy, for men with prostate problems, or for women with androgen excess.

Analytes:

E1, E2, E3, 2-Hydroxy Estrone, 16a-Hydroxy Estrone, Pregnanediol, Allopregnanolone, Testosterone, Epi-Testosterone, 5α-Dihydrotestosterone, Androstenedione, DHEA, 5α, 3α-Androstanediol, Total Cortisol, Total Cortisone, Tetrahydrocortisol, Tetrahydrocortisone

Complete Hormones -Spot Urine (Test Code 1601)

The Complete Hormones profile is simple convenient non-invasive spot urine collection which provides the most comprehensive urinary hormone metabolism evaluation designed to assist in the prevention and treatment of hormone-related symptoms and conditions. This assessment provides clues about menstrual irregularities, infertility, menopause, fatigue, breast cancer, and osteoporosis.

Analytes:

11-Hydroxy-androsterone, 11-Hydroxy-etiocholanolone, 11-Keto-androsterone, 11-Keto-etiocholanolone, 16 alpha-hydroxyestrone, 2-Hydroxyestrone, 2-Methoxyestrone, 4-Hydroxyestrone,

4-Methoxyestrone, Androstanediol, Androsterone, Creatinine, DHEA, Estradiol, Estriol, Estrone, Etiocholanolone, Pregnanediol, Pregnanetriol, Specific Gravity, Testosterone,                       Tetrahydrocortisol, THF Tetrahydrocortisone, THE Tetrahydrodeoxycortisol, allo-Tetrahydrocortisol, a-THF

Essential Estrogens – Spot Urine (Test Code 1602)

The Essential Estrogens hormone test provides a focused overview of estrogen balance in both pre- and post-menopausal women. Using a single urine sample collection, the Essential Estrogens hormone test evaluates the dynamics of sex steroid metabolism that can profoundly affect a woman´s health throughout her lifetime.

Analytes:

  • 16 alpha-hydroxyestrone
  • 2-Hydroxyestrone
  • 2-Methoxyestrone
  • 4-Hydroxyestrone
  • 4-Methoxyestrone
  • Creatinine
  • Estradiol
  • Estriol
  • Estrone

Essential Thyroid Blood Spot (Test Code 1407)

Thyroid hormones are primarily involved in directing the metabolic activity of cells, and a properly regulated thyroid is therefore essential to a wide array of biochemical processes in the body. Functional hypothyroidism and hyperthyroidism can also result in symptoms even when hormone levels appear to be normal.
Thyroid abnormalities are one of the most common endocrine disorders affecting millions worldwide. Hypothyroidism affects approximately 4-5% of the population whilst estimates for hyperthyroidism are 0.4-2%.

Analytes:

• TSH
• Free T4
• Free T3
• Thyroid Peroxidase Antibodies

 

 

Estrogen Elite Profile Dried Urine Hormone Profile (Test Code 1505)

The Estrogen Elite dried urine profile is an ideal assessment for anyone with a personal or family history of estrogen-dependent cancer (e.g., breast cancer), patients with symptoms of estrogen/progesterone imbalance, men with prostate cancer risk, or patients who want to assess their exposure to BPA.

 

Analytes:

E1, E2,E3, 2-Hydroxy Estradiol, 2-Hydroxy Estrone, 4-Hydroxy Estradiol, 4-Hydroxy Estrone, 16α-Hydroxy Estrone, 2-Methoxy Estradiol, 2-Methoxy Estrone, 4-Methoxy Estradiol, 4-Methoxy Estrone, Bisphenol A (BPA), Progestogens, Pregnanediol, Allopregnanolone, Testosterone, 5α-Dihydrotestosterone, Androstenedione, DHEA, 5α,3α-Androstanediol.

 

Estrogen Essential Profile Dried Urine Hormone Profile (Test Code 1506)

The Estrogen Essential dried urine profile is an ideal assessment for both men and women wanting to obtain a baseline view of how the body is metabolising estrogens.

Analytes:

E1, E2,E3, 2-Hydroxy Estradiol, 2-Hydroxy Estrone, 4-Hydroxy Estradiol, 4-Hydroxy Estrone, 16α-Hydroxy Estrone, 2-Methoxy Estradiol, 2-Methoxy Estrone, 4-Methoxy Estradiol, 4-Methoxy Estrone

Estrogen Profile- 24 Hour Urine (Test Code 1211)

Hormones are crucial to a woman's reproductive health. The main hormones affecting the menstrual cycle and fertility are produced by glands in the brain and by the ovaries. Those hormones regulate menstruation, fertility and sex drive (libido) – any one of which can be adversely affected if the production of these hormones goes out of balance. As most women approach mid-life, hormonal changes gradually cause reproductive organs to shut down eventually leading to menopause.

Analytes:

E1, E2, E3, 2OHE1, 16aOHE1, 2:16 ratio; 4OHE1

Estrogen Profile- Spot Urine (Test Code 1311)

Hormones are crucial to a woman's reproductive health. The main hormones affecting the menstrual cycle and fertility are produced by glands in the brain and by the ovaries. Those hormones regulate menstruation, fertility and sex drive (libido) – any one of which can be adversely affected if the production of these hormones goes out of balance. As most women approach mid-life, hormonal changes gradually cause reproductive organs to shut down eventually leading to menopause.

Analytes:

Estrone (E1), Estradiol (E2), Estriol (E3), 16aOHE1, 2:16 ratio, 4OHE1

Extensive Neurotransmitters Profile- Urine (Test Code 4026)

The Extensive Neurotransmitter Profile is a urine test, assessing levels of 6 neurotransmitters: serotonin + GABA + dopamine + noradrenaline + adrenaline + glutamate. These neurotransmitters are the most researched in relation to their effects on mood disorders, hormones, sleep, glucose/insulin balance, pain perception, appetite and cognitive function.

Female Cycle (28 Day) Hormone profile- Saliva (Test Code 1004)

Many women experience symptoms related to their menstrual cycle.  Assessing progesterone and estradiol levels throughout a 28 day cycle can help ascertain whether a deficiency or excess of these hormones are present in the three phases of the menstrual cycle (follicular, ovulatory and luteal phases).

Analytes:

Estradiol (E2) on Day 3, 5, 8, 11, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 23, 28; Progesterone on Day 3, 5, 8, 11, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 23, 28; Testosterone on Day 11.

Female Hormone Profile Basic- Blood Spot (Test Code 1401)

The female hormone blood spot collection basic provides valuable data for each individual patient whether it is hormone related or just a general health screen. Blood spot testing is used as a convenient and reliable collection method for the measurement of a range of important hormone markers. This method of assessment is ideal for those on HRT (hormone replacement treatments) especially if you use troche or sublingual hormones.

Analytes:

• Estradiol (E2)
• Progesterone
• Testosterone
• SHBG
• DHEAs
• Cortisol.

 

Female Hormone Profile Basic- Saliva (Test Code 1005)

Hormones are crucial to a woman’s reproductive health. The main hormones affecting the menstrual cycle and fertility are produced by glands in the brain and by the ovaries. Those hormones regulate menstruation, fertility and sex drive (libido) – any one of which can be adversely affected if the production of these hormones goes out of balance. As most women approach mid-life, hormonal changes gradually cause reproductive organs to shut down eventually leading to menopause.

Analytes:

Basic (Test Code: 1005): Estrone (E1), Estradiol (E2), Estriol (E3), Progesterone, Testosterone, DHEAs, ratios.

 

Female Hormone Profile Basic- Spot Urine (Test Code 1312)

Hormones are crucial to a woman's reproductive health. The main hormones affecting the menstrual cycle and fertility are produced by glands in the brain and by the ovaries. Those hormones regulate menstruation, fertility and sex drive (libido) – any one of which can be adversely affected if the production of these hormones goes out of balance. As most women approach mid-life, hormonal changes gradually cause reproductive organs to shut down eventually leading to menopause.

Analytes:

Basic

  • Spot Urine (Test Code: 1312): Estrone (E1), Estradiol (E2), Estriol (E3),  Progesterone, Testosterone, Cortisol, DHEA, T4, T3, T4:T3 ratios, creatinine.

Female Hormone Profile Basic-24 hour Urine (Test Code 1212)

Hormones are crucial to a woman's reproductive health. The main hormones affecting the menstrual cycle and fertility are produced by glands in the brain and by the ovaries. Those hormones regulate menstruation, fertility and sex drive (libido) – any one of which can be adversely affected if the production of these hormones goes out of balance. As most women approach mid-life, hormonal changes gradually cause reproductive organs to shut down eventually leading to menopause.

Analytes:

Basic

  • 24 Hour Urine (Test Code 1212) Estrone (E1), Estradiol (E2), Estriol (E3),  Progesterone, Testosterone, Cortisol, DHEA, T4, T3, T4:T3 ratios, creatinine.

 

 

Female Hormone Profile Blood- SST (Test Code 1104)

Hormones are crucial to a woman's reproductive health. The main hormones affecting the menstrual cycle and fertility are produced by glands in the brain and by the ovaries. Those hormones regulate menstruation, fertility and sex drive (libido) – any one of which can be adversely affected if the production of these hormones goes out of balance. As most women approach mid-life, hormonal changes gradually cause reproductive organs to shut down eventually leading to menopause.

Analytes:

Estrone (E1), Estradiol (E2), Estriol (E3), Progesterone, Follicle Stimulating Hormone (FSH), Luteinising Hormone (LH), DHEA, Prolactin, Sex Hormone Binding Globulin (SHBG), Testosterone, calculated free Testosterone

Female Hormone Profile Extensive – 24 hour Urine (Test Code 1213)

Hormones are crucial to a woman's reproductive health. The main hormones affecting the menstrual cycle and fertility are produced by glands in the brain and by the ovaries. Those hormones regulate menstruation, fertility and sex drive (libido) – any one of which can be adversely affected if the production of these hormones goes out of balance. As most women approach mid-life, hormonal changes gradually cause reproductive organs to shut down eventually leading to menopause.

Analytes:

Extensive

  • 24 Hour Urine (Test Code: 1213): Estrone (E1), Estradiol (E2), Estriol (E3),  16αOHE1, 2:16 ratio, 4OHE1, Cortisol, DHEA, 17-ketosteroids, total hydroxycorticoids, ratios, Pregnanetriol, DHT metabolite, Testosterone, Progesterone, Melatonin, Allo-tetrahydrocortisol, Tetrahydrocortisol, Tetrahydrocortisone, Tetrahydro deoxycortisol, Aldosterone, Androsterone, Etiocholanolone, 11-OH-Androsterone, 11-OH-Etiocholanolone, 11-ketoetiocholanone, 11-ketoandrosterone, T3, T4, T4:T3 ratios, Na, Ca, P, K, Mg, Cr.

 

Female Hormone Profile Extensive- Blood Spot (Test Code 1402)

The female hormone blood spot collection extensive provides valuable data for each individual patient whether it is hormone related or just a general health screen. Blood spot testing is used as a convenient and reliable collection method for the measurement of a range of important hormone markers. This method of assessment is ideal for those on HRT (hormone replacement treatments) especially if you use troche or sublingual hormones.

Analytes:

• Estradiol (E2)
• Progesterone
• Testosterone
• SHBG
• DHEAs
• Cortisol
• TSH
• Free T4
• Free T3
• Thyroid peroxidase antibodies.

 

Female Hormone Profile Extensive- Saliva (Test Code 1006)

Hormones are crucial to a woman's reproductive health. The main hormones affecting the menstrual cycle and fertility are produced by glands in the brain and by the ovaries. Those hormones regulate menstruation, fertility and sex drive (libido) – any one of which can be adversely affected if the production of these hormones goes out of balance. As most women approach mid-life, hormonal changes gradually cause reproductive organs to shut down eventually leading to menopause.

Analytes:

Extensive (Test Code: 1006): Estrone (E1), Estradiol (E2), Estriol (E3), Progesterone, Testosterone, DHEAs, Androstenedione, ratios.

Growth Hormone-SST Serum (Test Code 1118)

Growth hormone stimulates nearly every tissue in the body and can be generally described as having an anabolic function. An adult-onset growth hormone deficiency is common and can present as central obesity, diminished memory, impaired sleep, low libido, osteoporosis and cardiovascular disease. By diagnosing and treating the decline of GH age-related these changes in body composition, mood and overall quality of life can be ameliorated. Numerous studies using GH therapy in the ageing population has shown improvements in lean muscle mass, total body fat, bone and cardiovascular parameters.

Analytes:

Human growth hormone.

Histamine – Whole Blood LiHep (Test Code 4006)

Histamine is a biologically active amine which is involved in immune responses, the regulation of the gut and acts as a neurotransmitter. Imbalances of histamine have been implicated in allergies, schizophrenia, depression, anxiety, behavioural disorders and autism.

Analytes:

Histamine

Iodine Loading Test Challenge Test (Test Code 5015)

Current public health recommendations to restrict salt intake, combined with a decline in the use of iodophors by the dairy industry and in commercial bread production, has lead to the re-emergence of this mineral deficiency around the world.  Since iodine is required for the synthesis of thyroid hormones, the major indication of iodine deficiency include hypothyroid symptoms. An iodine deficiency during pregnancy can result in cretism, lowered IQ, mental retardation and stunted growth.  Iodine may also play a role in the maintenance of healthy breast tissue and cancer prevention. Its antioxidant, immune regulating and estrogen modulating functions may be mechanisms by which these properties can be explained.

Analytes:

Iodine (random), Iodine (post loading), Iodine excretion %

Iodine Random- Spot Urine (Test Code 5016)

Current public health recommendations to restrict salt intake, combined with a decline in the use of iodophors by the dairy industry and in commercial bread production, has lead to the re-emergence of this mineral deficiency around the world.  Since Iodine is required for the synthesis of thyroid hormones, the major indication of iodine deficiency include hypothyroid symptoms. An iodine deficiency during pregnancy can result in cretism, lowered IQ, mental retardation and stunted growth.  Iodine may also play a role in the maintenance of healthy breast tissue and cancer prevention. Its antioxidant, immune regulating and estrogen modulating functions may be mechanisms by which these properties can be explained.

Analytes:

Iodine (random), Iodine corrected, creatinine

Male Hormone Profile Basic- Blood Spot (Test Code 1404)

The ageing male experiences a decrease in testosterone at a rate of 10% per decade from the age of 30. This reduction of testosterone and other androgens experienced as a consequence of the ageing process has been named andropause or androgen deficiency of the ageing male (ADAM).

Analytes:

Basic

Basic (Test code 1404): Estradiol (E2), Testosterone, SHBG, DHEAS, Cortisol, PSA

Extensive

Extensive (Test code 1405): Estradiol (E2), Testosterone, SHBG, DHEAS, Cortisol, PSA; TSH, free T4, free T3, Thyroid peroxidase Antibodies
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Male Hormone Profile Basic- Saliva (Test Code 1007)

The aging male experiences a decrease in testosterone at a rate of 10% per decade from the age of 30. This reduction of testosterone and other androgens experienced as a consequence of the ageing process has been named andropause or androgen deficiency of the ageing male (ADAM).

Analytes: 

Basic (Test Code: 1007): DHEAs, E1, E2 Testosterone.

 

 

Male Hormone Profile Extensive- Saliva (Test Code 1008)

The aging male experiences a decrease in testosterone at a rate of 10% per decade from the age of 30. This reduction of testosterone and other androgens experienced as a consequence of the ageing process has been named andropause or androgen deficiency of the ageing male (ADAM).

Analytes: 

Extensive (Test Code: 1008) DHEAs, E1, E2, Testosterone, Dihydrotestosterone (DHT), Androstenedione.

 

Neurotransmitter & Adrenals Profile (Test Code 4033)

The combination of a neurotransmitter and adrenal hormone profile provides measurements of 6 primary urinary neurotransmitters: Serotonin, GABA, Glutamate, Dopamine, Norepinephrine and Epinephrine as well as a companion related assessment being the salivary adrenal hormone profile which measures 4x cortisol readings throughout the day.

Analytes:

Urine: Serotonin, GABA, Glutamate, Dopamine, Norepinephrine and Epinephrine
Saliva: DHEAs 6-8am, Cortisol 6-8am, Cortisol 12noon, Cortisol 4pm, Cortisol 8pm

Neurotransmitters-Advanced (Test Code 4036)

The Neurotransmitter-Advanced Profile is a four point urine analyses test, assessing levels of twelve neurotransmitters which include: Serotonin, GABA, Dopamine, Noradrenaline, Adrenaline, Glutamate, ratio, PEA, Glycine, Histamine, DOPAC, HVA, VMA, and Normetanephrines.

The importance of effectively assessing and treating mood disorders cannot be overstated. Objectivity is a key element to the therapeutic approach to mood disorders. Currently, the standard of care dictates a trial and error pharmaceutical approach is taken with each patient based on both self and clinician assessments. However, without information yielded from objective clinical testing, selection of the most effective treatment for each particular patient with a mood disorder continues to be a challenge. While this may prove effective for some patients, the potential for harm during those interim treatment failures is a real concern for clinicians and patients alike.

Neurotransmitters-Intermediate (Test Code 4035)

The Neurotransmitter-Intermediate Profile is a four point urine analyses test, assessing levels of nine neurotransmitters which include: Serotonin, GABA, Dopamine, Noradrenaline, Adrenaline, Glutamate, ratio, PEA, Glycine and Histamine.

These neurotransmitters communicate with one another in relation to their effects on mood disorders, hormones, sleep, glucose/insulin balance, pain perception, appetite, and cognitive function.

The importance of effectively assessing and treating mood disorders cannot be overstated. Objectivity is a key element to the therapeutic approach to mood disorders. Currently, the standard of care dictates a trial and error pharmaceutical approach is taken with each patient based on both self and clinician assessments. However, without information yielded from objective clinical testing, selection of the most effective treatment for each particular patient with a mood disorder continues to be a challenge. While this may prove effective for some patients, the potential for harm during those interim treatment failures is a real concern for clinicians and patients alike.

Pregnenolone Blood-SST (Test Code 1116)

Pregnenolone is known as the “mother hormone”. Pregnenolone is a precursor to many critical steroid hormones in our body. This includes progesterone, estrogens, DHEA, corticosteroids and testosterone. For this reason, it is important to measure the level of pregnenolone in the blood as optimal blood levels of pregnenolone are critical for a healthy hormone system.

Analytes:

Pregnenolone

Thyroid Antibodies-Blood SST (Test Code 6105)

Thyroid Antibodies are important markers to assess especially if you suspect thyroid abnormalities. Generally, the presence of thyroid antibodies suggests the presence of an autoimmune thyroid disorder and the higher the level, the more likely that is. Levels of autoantibody that rise over time may be more significant than stable levels as they may indicate an increase in autoimmune disease activity.

Analytes:

• Thyroid Peroxidase Abs (TPO)
• Anti Thyroglobulin Abs (ATG)
• TSH Receptor Abs (TSI)

Thyroid Hormone Profile Basic- 24 Hour Urine (Test Code 1219)

Thyroid abnormalities are one of the most common endocrine disorders affecting millions worldwide. Thyroid hormones are well known for their role in basal metabolic rate, development and growth. Hypothyroidism affects approximately 4-5% of the population whilst estimates for hyperthyroidism are 0.4-2%.

Analytes:

Basic

  • 24 Hour Urine (Test Code 1219) T4, T3, T4/T3 ratios, creatinine.

 

 

Thyroid Hormone Profile Basic- Spot Urine (Test Code 1319)

Thyroid abnormalities are one of the most common endocrine disorders affecting millions worldwide. Thyroid hormones are well known for their role in basal metabolic rate, development and growth. Hypothyroidism affects approximately 4-5% of the population whilst estimates for hyperthyroidism are 0.4-2%.

Analytes:

Basic

  • Spot Urine (Test Code: 1319): T4, T3, T4/T3 ratios, creatinine.

 

 

Thyroid Hormone Profile Extensive-24 hour Urine (Test Code 1220)

Thyroid abnormalities are one of the most common endocrine disorders affecting millions worldwide. Thyroid hormones are well known for their role in basal metabolic rate, development and growth. Hypothyroidism affects approximately 4-5% of the population whilst estimates for hyperthyroidism are 0.4-2%.

Analytes:

Extensive

  • 24 Hour Urine (Test Code: 1220): T4, T3, T4/T3 ratios, Tyrosine, Iodine, Selenium, creatinine.

 

Thyroid Profile Basic Blood-SST (Test Code 1113)

Thyroid abnormalities are one of the most common endocrine disorders affecting millions worldwide. Thyroid hormones are well known for their role in basal metabolic rate, development and growth. Hypothyroidism affects approximately 4-5% of the population whilst estimates for hyperthyroidism are 0.4-2%.

Analytes:

Basic (Test Code: 1113): TSH, free T4, free T3.

 

Thyroid Profile Extensive Blood-SST (Test Code 1114)

Thyroid abnormalities are one of the most common endocrine disorders affecting millions worldwide. Thyroid hormones are well known for their role in basal metabolic rate, development and growth. Hypothyroidism affects approximately 4-5% of the population whilst estimates for hyperthyroidism are 0.4-2%.

Analytes:

Extensive (Test Code: 1114): TSH, free T4, free T3,reverse T3, ratios, Thyroid Peroxidase (TPO) antibodies, Anti-Thyroglobulin (ATG) antibodies, TSH Receptor antibodies.

Thyroid Profile Extensive- Spot Urine (Test Code 1320)

Thyroid abnormalities are one of the most common endocrine disorders affecting millions worldwide. Thyroid hormones are well known for their role in basal metabolic rate, development and growth. Hypothyroidism affects approximately 4-5% of the population whilst estimates for hyperthyroidism are 0.4-2%.

Analytes:

Extensive

  • Spot Urine (Test Code: 1320): T4, T3, T4/T3 ratios, Tyrosine, Iodine, Selenium, creatinine.