If you’re one of the 87%* of women who struggles with their hormones or has symptoms like irregular cycles, PCOS, fertility issues, low moods, fatigue or stubborn weight you’ve come to the right place.
The Eve Test Complete is the most comprehensive hormone test around, measuring levels of 18 different sex hormone markers - including oestrogen, progesterone and testosterone.
Collect your sample at home, and get an easy-to-understand report detailing your current hormonal levels, and personalised Nutritionist recommendations for your diet, movement, lifestyle and supplements to support better balance.
Read our FAQs for more information.
This test is not recommended for those under the age of 18 or those currently taking the hormonal contraceptive pill. If you are on other hormonal contraception or other hormonal replacement medications, these may also affect your results. Read our FAQs for more information.
Irregular menstrual cycle: unpredictable periods, severe PMS, menstrual migraines.
Hormonal acne, along jawline or chin.
Trouble falling or staying pregnant.
Weight gain, mood swings, trouble sleeping, low or anxious mood, increased PMS, hair loss.
Easily fatigued, gradual daily energy depletion.
General feeling of imbalance.
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