In the female sex hormones laboratory package, we examine cycle-dependent female sex hormones in case of bleeding disorders and infertility problems. Cycle-dependent hormone levels are monitored by two blood draws on day 3 (AMH, FSH, LH, testosterone, prolactin, oestradiol) and day 21 (progesterone) of the cycle.
For women taking contraceptives, the result cannot be evaluated, so it is recommended that a laboratory test be performed after leaving the contraceptive.
The first blood draw takes place on day 3 of the menstrual cycle (AMH, FSH, LH, testosterone, prolactin, oestradiol). The first half of the cycle is the follicular phase and the period after ovulation is the luteal phase. At the first blood draw (H1), we examine a complete line of hormones, when problems arising from the functioning of glands and organs that produce hormones can be revealed, so we get a general picture of hormone homeostasis and organ function. The second blood draw of cycle-dependent hormones takes place on day 21 (progesterone).