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Female Hormone Blood Test Results Explained

Ever wanted your female hormone blood test results explained? If that sounds like you then keep reading. I’m SO excited for two big announcements from the Lesley O’Connor Naturopath Clinic!

The first announcement is that I have released my first online digital product, the Optimal Hormone Pathology Cheat Sheet. It’s available for purchase in my online store! If you’ve every felt confused about your hormone results then this one it for you. 

I’ve made this as an option for women to be able to assess their own female hormone blood test results. I frequently see women that feel overwhelmed and helpless when it comes to their hormones.

The typical situation that I hear about is that women go to their primary healthcare provider. They have all of the hormone symptoms and end up getting a blood tests. When they get the results they told that they’re ‘all normal’ even though the symptoms are still there.

I know that this can cause so much confusion and heartache, because all you want is answers.  If this sounds like you can definitely check out my optimal home and pathology cheat sheet below. I’ll list the hormones that are included.

The cheat sheet includes optimal pathology ranges of the following Female Hormone Blood Tests:

  • Lutenizing Hormones*
  • Follicle Stimulating Hormone*
  • Oestrogen (E2)*
  • Progesterone*
  • Prolactin
  • SHBG
  • DHEA-s
  • Androstenedione
  • Testosterone
  • Free Calculates Testosterone
  • Cortisol
  • Thyroid Stimulating Hormone
  • T4
  • T3
  • Fasting Insulin

*Please note these ranges are for female hormones blood tests on cycle day 2 or cycle day 7 days post ovulation.

Want to learn more about how I can support you with your hormones and fertility? Click here.

Typical Hormone Profile

New Pathology Analysis Service

The second exciting announcement I have is that I have released a new service! It’s the new pathology analysis service it’s for people who already have blood tests and who want them analysed with optimal, pathology ranges. The service also comes with a comprehensive treatment plan with recommendations for dietary advice, and nutrition and herbal supplements.

This service is best for people who have had blood test taken within the last three months. If you don’t have any recent blood, then don’t worry there is a site I recommend where you can get comprehensive female hormone blood test without seeing a doctor.

Take a look at my new Optimal Hormone Pathology Cheat Sheet and the new Pathology Analysis Service! If you have any questions let me know below!

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