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Menopause Test Kit FSH Urine Test Special Offer Expiry End Of March 24

Menopause Test Kit FSH Urine Test Special Offer Expiry End Of March 24

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Special Offer cheap price on the menopause test kit as the expiry date is end of March 2024

Home menopause and peri-menopause urine test kit

The ALLTEST menopause test kit is a quick, accurate easy to use at home test to check for elevated levels of FSH in urine, which is a very good reliable indication of menopause or peri-menopause.

Simple, accurate, and easy to use urine test strip to detect persistently elevated levels of FSH associated with reduced fertility, perimenopause, early menopause and menopause. 

Key features of the Menopause test 

  • Urine test.
  • Over 99% accurate.
  • CE marked test kit.
  • Simple female fertility test to detect persistently elevated levels of Follicle Stimulating Hormone ( FSH for short) which is an indicator of menopause or perimenopause.
  • Simple to use urine dipstick FSH test strips.
  • Quick results in minutes.
  • Each urine test strip is individually wrapped in foil for a long shelf life.
  • Full instructions are included to perform the test for menopause at home.
  • The detection level of the test strips is 25mIU FSH. 

How to use and interpret the results of the home menopause test

  • A positive result is indicated by 2 or more consecutive positive urine FSH test results over a 7-day interval.
  • FSH is normally elevated prior to ovulation but if this level stays persistently elevated this can be a sign of menopause or peri-menopause and reduced fertility
  • Perform 1 test at any time of day and repeat 7 days later.
  • The test strips measure FSH in the urine and are able to tell you whether the level is normal or elevated.
  • There are several possible causes of a persistently elevated FSH, but the main one would be menopause or perimenopause.
  • FSH levels can also be persistently elevated in PCOS (polycystic ovarian syndrome) and ovarian failure so it is a good screening test for this to.
  • After menopause, FSH remains high for the remainder of life and therefore these tests will be positive in all post-menopausal women.
  • If you are under 45 years old and obtain a persistently elevated FSH level as described above you should seek medical advice, especially if you are trying to conceive.
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