Test Parameter Details
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METABOLIC HEALTH (13)
- Glucose, Fasting
- Hemoglobin A1C
- Insulin, Fasting
- Cholesterol, Total
- LDL Cholesterol
- HDL Cholesterol
- VLDL Cholesterol
- Cholesterol/HDL Ratio
- Triglycerides/HDL Ratio
- HDL/LDL Ratio
SEX & FERTILITY HORMONES (8)
- Testosterone, Total
- Sex Hormone Binding Globulin (SHBG)
- Follicle Stimulating Hormone (FSH)
- Luteinizing hormone (LH)
- Anti Mullerian Hormone
- LH/FSH > 2.50 indicates presence of PCOS
- AMH > 3.5 ng/mL is predictive of PCOS
BLOOD HEALTH (14)
- Red Blood Cells
- Total WBC
Test Type - Blood
Test Mode - At Home
Fasting required - Yes
- Being one of the most common endocrine disorders in women, a PCOS profile test can highlight the underlying cause of infertility.
- These 36 parameters cover hormones like prolactin, FSH, AMH,TSH, LH, DHEA-S, Testosterone & estrogen, Blood sugar, CBC, heart health (cholesterol levels).
- Women of reproductive age struggling with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome who are looking to diagnose conditions and symptoms associated with PCOS like excess hair growth, irregular periods, weight gain.
- To reduce the risk for infertility, sleep apnea, endometrial or ovarian cancer due to PCOS.
- Overnight Fasting for the blood test is required.
- Drink water and no other beverage during the fasting period.
- How is the PCOS profile test done?
The blood test helps in the diagnosis of PCOS along with pelvic exam & ultrasound as suggested by the physician. The blood profile test is done to check for the symptoms of PCOS like high androgen levels, irregular menstrual cycle, weight gain.
- Can having PCOS affect the results of a pregnancy test?
No, it should not affect the results of a pregnancy test. Although women with pcos struggle with irregular periods and difficulty knowing the ovulation period. In case of a missed or late period the pregnancy test result is negative, do repeat the test a week later if your period has still not come.
- Does PCOS cause low testosterone?
Women with PCOS usually have increased levels of testosterone (free and total both). An increase in testosterone can interfere with your monthly menstrual cycle.
- Can PCOS affect ovulation tests?
An ovulation test to find a fertile window for conception might not give reliable results in the case of PCOS.
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