MyBio Menopause Easy to Use At Home Self Test (2 tests)
MyBio Menopause Easy to Use At Home Self Tests
The MyBio Menopause Test delivers a quick, reliable and clear answer to the question "Am I perimenopausal?" in the privacy of your own home.
Our test provides a simple way to check for the presence of the FSH (Follicle-Stimulating Hormone) in your urine - a hormone that is involved in egg development and the menstrual cycle. As the body produces less and less oestrogen, it increases its production of the Follicle-Stimulating Hormone.
Why to choose MyBioself tests:
✓ Easy to use in the comfort of your home
✓ Quick, reliable & accurate results - in minutes
✓ Affordable home tests that help get answers about your health
✓ Available to anyone, online & instore
✓ Safe & strictly regulated
✓ Same technology used in hospital/clinical laboratories
About MyBio Menopause Self Test
What does the MyBio Menopause Self Test do?
Menopause Test tells you if you're perimenopausal.
Who is the menopause test for?
Women experiencing perimenopausal symptoms.
Why would I want to do the menopause test?
The MyBio Menopause Test delivers a reliable, quick and clear answer to the question "Am I perimenopausal?" in the privacy of their own home.
Further Facts about the menopause
What is the perimenopause? The period leading up to menopause and the 12 months after.
Early Diagnosis - menopause is usually not scientifically diagnosed until 1 full year after periods have stopped. Many women experience significant symptoms during their perimenopausal time.
The onset of perimenopause is caused by changes in the levels of hormones. As the body produces less and less oestrogen, it increases its production of Foccicle-Stimulating Hormone (FSH). Testing for FSH can help determine whether a woman is in the perimenopause stage.
If a woman knows she is perimenopausal, she can take the appropriate steps to keep her body healthy and avoid the serious health risks associated with menopause, which include osteoporosis, increased blood pressure and cholesterol, and increased risk of heart disease.