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Test of the Month

DirectLabs® offers low-cost, high-quality laboratory tests at a fraction of the cost. Due to volume based pricing, we are able to offer these savings to you at up to 80 percent off published retail prices. Each month, we offer additional savings on selected tests. Don't miss out! Order today before the sale on this test comes to an end!


FSH (Follicle Stimulating Hormone), Serum

Only $29

 
DLS Regular Price: $44

Fasting Required: No

Specimen: Blood

Results: 2-3 Business Days

Test Description: This is the key test to determine whether or not you are in menopause. Because your FSH levels rise when your ovaries stop producing enough estrogen, high FSH levels can signal that your body is entering menopause.


Estradiol (E2) Hormone

Only $39

 
DLS Regular Price: $59

Fasting Required: No

Specimen: Blood

Results: 3-5 Business Days

Test Description: Estradiol, also known as E2, is the most active of the estrogens. For women, it is important to look at the relationship between estradiol and progesterone in evaluating menopausal symptoms such as hot flashes, mood disorders, and aging skin.

Testosterone, Free and Total

Only $59

 
DLS Regular Price: $79

Fasting Required: No

Specimen: Blood

Results: 5-7 Business Days

Test Description: Evaluate hirsutism and masculinization in women; evaluate testicular function in clinical states where the testosterone binding proteins may be altered (obesity, cirrhosis, thyroid disorders).

Basic Female Hormone Panel

Only $139

 
DLS Regular Price: $207

Fasting Required: Yes, 10-12 Hours

Specimen: Blood

Results: 7-10 Business Days

Tests Included: Testosterone Total & Free, Estradiol, DHEAs, Insulin and Progesterone

Testosterone Total & Free: Evaluate hirsutism and masculinization in women; evaluate testicular function in clinical states where the testosterone binding proteins may be altered (obesity, cirrhosis, thyroid disorders).

Estradiol: Estradiol is a form of estrogen, necessary for many processes in the body. Estradiol is a female sex hormone that is involved in the development and maintenance of the female reproductive system.

DHEA,s: A precursor for the sex steroids including estrogen and testosterone. Also plays an important role in immune function and stress response.

Insulin: Laboratory tests help evaluate insulin production, diagnose an insulinoma (insulin-producing pancreatic islet cell tumor), and to help determine the cause of hypoglycemia. Often ordered with other diabetes testing.

Progesterone: Blood levels are used in infertility evaluations to confirm the presence of ovulation and to monitor the effectiveness of medication-induced ovulation. Interpretation of a single progesterone level must take into account the phase of menstrual cycle or the duration of pregnancy.


Basic Male Hormone Panel

Only $139

 
DLS Regular Price: $207

Fasting Required: Yes, 10-12 Hours

Specimen: Blood

Results: 7-10 Business Days

Includes: Testosterone Total & Free, Estradiol, DHEAs, PSA and Insulin

Tests Included:

Testosterone Total & Free: Evaluate hirsutism and masculinization in women; evaluate testicular function in clinical states where the testosterone binding proteins may be altered (obesity, cirrhosis, thyroid disorders).

Estradiol: To measure or monitor estrogen levels, male or female.

DHEA,s: A precursor for the sex steroids including estrogen and testosterone. Also plays an important role in immune function and stress response.

PSA: The prostate specific antigen (PSA), is a protein made only in the prostate gland. PSA is produced by normal, abnormal and cancerous prostatic tissue. The PSA blood test is an accurate measure of this amount. The theory is that cancer causes more of the protein to be made and leaked into the blood than normal prostate tissue, so PSA is now used for assisting in the diagnosis and monitoring of prostatic carcinoma.

Insulin: Insulin is the hormone that enables cells to take in glucose. Without insulin, glucose can't get into the cells and it stays in the bloodstream. With too little insulin, blood sugar remains higher than normal (a condition known as hyperglycemia) and cells can't get the energy they need. With too much insulin, blood sugar decreases (hypoglycemia), causing symptoms such as sweating, trembling, lightheadedness, and in extreme cases, shock.

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