Perimenopause Health Screen

Perimenopause is the stage of approaching menopause, this test looks at key hormonal levels and health areas that are affected by the menopause, such as bone heath and cardiovascular risk. It will also look at thyroid hormone levels as thyroid dysfunction can cause menopause-like symptoms.

We recommend that you have a follow up perimenopause test 6-12 weeks after your initial test so we can monitor changes in your hormone over time.


Course £99

How it Works

Attend consultation

During your appointment, our nurse or pharmacist will assess your needs.

Get your treatment

Once our expert health advisor has assessed your needs, you'll receive your vaccination(s) and/or antimalarials straight away.

Frequently Asked Question

What does this test look for?

This test will look at reproductive hormones (Oestradiol, Follicle Stimulating Hormone (FSH) and Luteinising hormone (LH)) as these hormone levels will change. Fertility will reduce but the rebalance can affect health in other ways such as increased risk of osteoporosis and cardiovascular disease.

Calcium, Magnesium and Vitamin D levels are also checked as these can worsen menopausal related symptoms.

After menopause, a woman’s cholesterol levels tend to worsen, so we check HDL cholesterol, LDL Cholesterol, Total Cholesterol and Triglycerides.

Thyroid problems are more common among women and in many cases like symptoms experience during the menopausal transition. We check thyroid markers (FT4 and TSH (Thyroid Stimulating Hormone)) to ensure an accurate analysis

Do I need to fast before this appointment?

This test is a fasting test, ideally you should not eat, or drink anything other than water, for 10 hours before your appointment. Please make sure you stay hydrated by drinking water though.

When should I book my appointment?

This test should be taken as close today 3 of the menstrual cycle, or on any day if periods have stopped. If day 3 falls on a weekend day please book on a Monday or a Friday. Ideally book the appointment for first thing in the morning as this is a fasting test.