Oestradiol Blood Test

The Oestradiol Blood Test is designed to monitor your oestrogen levels. This test can be easily done at home using a finger prick sample, which is then analysed by an NHS lab. A doctor reviews all results and provides personalised advice on your oestrogen levels.


1 Biomarker Tested:

  • Oestradiol 

Additional biomarkers can be added by personalizing the test.

When to Take the Test:

  • If you’re having a period: Take the test on day 3 of your menstrual cycle (day 1 being the first day of your period).
  • If you’re not having a period: The test can be taken at any time.
  • IMPORTANT: If using a hormone gel or cream, it is recommended to collect the sample via a phlebotomy draw to avoid contamination.

Why Take the Oestrogen Blood Test?

 Oestrogen is a crucial sex hormone involved in many bodily functions, including the menstrual cycle. Abnormal levels can cause a range of symptoms and long-term conditions. Understanding your oestrogen levels can help identify potential health issues and guide lifestyle and health adjustments to improve overall well-being. This test is particularly useful for women who want to understand their hormone network and how their sex hormones interact during their monthly cycle.

Oestradiol Blood Test