Despite healthy eating and exercise, you can’t lose that last 15 pounds.
Migraines have become a regular occurrence.
Your sex drive isn’t what it used to be.
You’ve decided Hormone Replacement Therapy isn’t an option.
When it comes to hormonal imbalance, there are symptoms that may be present in either men or women, including:
*This is not a complete list of potential health concerns that may be the result of a hormonal imbalance.
You’ll be happy to know that at Loehr Health Center, we offer female hormone testing, a male hormone test, and hormone testing for children.
Hormonal conditions specifically affecting women may cause any of the following symptoms:
Conditions caused by male hormone imbalance may cause any of the following symptoms:
Hormonal conditions affecting children may cause any of the following symptoms:
A hormonal imbalance may be caused by:
Some potential causes of hormonal imbalance that are specific to women include:
A hormone panel measures the hormone levels within your body. Depending on your symptoms and the test your doctor recommends, testing will be done via a blood test, urine sample, or by collecting saliva.
If so, you might find one of our hormone panels to be a valuable step towards feeling your best. Your hormones are your body’s chemical messengers and if they aren’t doing their job, you aren’t going to feel like “you”. Our doctors specialize in knowing what labs and hormone panels to order, such as a:
And if there is a specific type of hormone test you’re wanting, such as an AMH test (anti-mullerian hormone test) to check AMH levels, just let us know.
We’re able to order any type of hormonal testing you may need!
Depending on his evaluation of your symptoms, your doctor may choose to perform one of the following hormone tests:
Female or Male Hormone Panel:
The female hormone blood test that checks hormone levels that are associated with aging and over-all well-being.
Blood will be drawn on specific days of a woman’s cycle and will test for a wide variety of hormones including:
DUTCH Hormone Test:
The Dried Urine Test for Comprehensive Hormones, also known as the DUTCH test, is the most advanced type of hormone testing. DUTCH testing provides an extensive hormonal profile of your sex and adrenal hormones and includes:
Yes, hormone level tests are available for men, women, and children.
The Hormone Panel is one of our Functional Medicine services. Your first step is to schedule an appointment with our Functional Medicine Doctor.
When you come to this 1-hour initial appointment, your doctor will review your complete health history, and you’ll visit our in-house lab for your Hormone Panel blood-draw.
It typically takes around 2 weeks for our office to receive your Hormone Panel test results.
As soon as your Hormone Panel results are in, you’ll be scheduled for a follow-up appointment.
Here, your doctor will take the time to thoroughly review the results with you in order to:
Your customized treatment plan may involve the use of supplements as well as specific adjustments in your:
At Loehr Center we offer a variety of natural and medical treatments for hormonal imbalance including: