Female Hormone Test

Understand your hormones

Check to see if your hormone levels are in normal range. Learn if a hormonal imbalance could be affecting your fertility, periods, skin, mood, or weight.

£79.00per test

What can a female hormone test tell you?

This test can help you understand if things like acne, irregular periods, and weight gain are because your hormones are imbalanced. It can also check for PCOS and help you understand why you might be having trouble getting pregnant. This test also checks your thyroid function because a thyroid disorder can cause irregular, missed, or heavy periods.

Based on your results, you’ll get personalised help and advice from a UK qualified GP.

If you’re on any hormonal contraception or medication, your results will show your hormone levels as a result of that. If you use a topical oestrogen-containing cream or gel, always use a glove when applying it. Contact with your fingers could affect your finger-prick oestradiol result. If you’re pregnant this test won’t be suitable for you at this stage.

Simple, home testing

Do a finger-prick blood test from the comfort of your own home and get your results in 48 hours. No big needles, appointments or time off required.

Results you can trust

We use the same accredited labs and methods to test your blood as the NHS. Your results will always be reviewed by a UK qualified GP.

Personalised advice

Personalised online reports and evidence-based advice on how you can make positive changes. Track your progress over time.

What's tested?

How Thriva works


Get your Thriva kit

Order your test online. We’ll post your kit the next working day via Royal Mail first class delivery.

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Perform your test

Your kit contains everything you need. When you’re done, use the freepost envelope to send it back.


Results within 48 hours

Your full results, along with a personalised report from a UK qualified GP, will be available to access online.

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Your data is in safe hands. We use the latest encryption technologies and comply with the UK Data Protection Act 2018.