PCOS-Pre/Perimenopausal Female Comprehensive Panel


Test Female Hormones in Logan, UT 

Cache Valley Labs Direct offers a comprehensive hormone panel for female patients of childbearing age, including those who suffer from polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS). This panel offers insights into general health, some vitamins that are commonly deficient, and female-specific hormones that have a big impact on health and specifically in the menstrual cycle. 

The PCOS-Pre/Perimenopausal Female Comprehensive Panel includes:

  • CBC (w/diff & plt)

    A complete blood count (CBC) with a differential measures the different components of blood, including red blood cells (RBCs), platelets, and white blood cells (WBCs), including differentiating between different types of WBCs. A CBC blood test can help identify disorders of the blood, immune system, infections, and more. 

  • CMP

    A comprehensive metabolic panel (CMP) includes levels of glucose, calcium, sodium, potassium, carbon dioxide, chlorine, blood urea nitrogen, creatinine, albumin, total protein, alkaline phosphatase (ALP), alanine transaminase (ALT), aspartate aminotransferase (AST), albumin, and bilirubin. Testing these analytes can provide insight into potential disorders or diseases and serves as a window into the overall health of a patient. 

  • Lipid Panel

    The lipid panel test measures high-density lipoprotein (HDL), low-density lipoprotein (LDL), total cholesterol, and triglycerides. These are the lipids, or fats, in your blood.

  • DHEA Sulfate

    DHEA-S measures the functions of the adrenal glands, which control hormones and affect the heart and vascular system. 

  • Free T3/FreeT4/TSH

    T4 and T3 are hormones released by the thyroid that are typically inactive and attached to protein. Free T4 and T3 are biochemically active, and measuring these along with TSH can give insights into thyroid function. 

  • FSH

    Follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) is the hormone that stimulates the egg to mature prior to ovulation in people who menstruate. Measuring FSH can help indicate whether a patient has PCOS or is undergoing menopause.  

  • Hemoglobin A1C

    Hemoglobin is a protein found in red blood cells, which blood sugar can bind to for the lifespan of a red blood cell. Because red blood cells generally live for three months, a hemoglobin A1C test gives an overview of blood sugar levels for the past three months. $39.00

  • Insulin, Fasting

    Fasting insulin levels can indicate whether insulin resistance or diabetes has developed. Insulin is the protein that helps cells in the body take in sugars to use as energy. $29.00

  • LH

    Luteinizing hormone (LH) triggers ovulation in the menstrual cycle. For this reason, LH plays a role in fertility, and low levels can indicate a range of issues including pituitary disorder, anorexia, stress, and malnutrition. Luteinizing hormone levels are also different in post-menopausal women.

  • Progesterone

    Progesterone is a hormone that affects female fertility and can be used to monitor pregnancy. 

  • Testosterone Free & Total

    This test measures both free or active testosterone as well as testosterone that is bound to proteins. This information can be helpful in diagnosing hormone-related disorders. 

  • Vitamin B12

    Vitamin B12 plays a number of roles in the body, including the creation of healthy red blood cells. Testing for Vitamin B12 levels can indicate health issues like anemia.  

  • Vitamin D-25 Hydroxy

    Vitamin D-25 Hydroxy measures the amount of vitamin D in a patient’s body, which relates to bone mineralization and can give insights into bone health. 

Cost of labs if purchased separately: $855.00 Cost of panel: $549.00 

*As with all businesses, prices are subject to change.

Other Labs Like Hormone Panel Test for Female Patients

The PCOS-Pre/Perimenopausal Female Comprehensive Panel is an excellent option! Panels that offer similar insights include:

Post-Menopausal Female Comprehensive Panel: A panel designed for post-menopausal patients, this group of tests includes similar general testing but omits FSH, but includes estradiol, LH, and progesterone. These hormones are common culprits for health issues after menopause. 

Comprehensive Female Panel: The Comprehensive Female Panel takes a broader look at female health, and includes progesterone, estradiol, and thyroid antibody testing, while excluding free T3/free T4 results, fasting insulin, and vitamin B12 and D testing. 

Male Comprehensive Hormone Panel: This panel is the male equivalent to the PCOS-Pre/Perimenopausal Female Comprehensive Panel. It includes the same general health, vitamin, and hormone testing, lacks the female hormones, and includes prostate specific antigen (PSA).

Our mission is to empower our patients through pricing that is affordable and transparent right from the very beginning. We do not require health insurance, which means that the process is streamlined and clear from the very beginning. Without the process of dealing with the health insurance industry, we are able to keep prices down and offer faster turnaround times, which in turn helps our patients. More than 70% of medical decisions are made using laboratory results, and we take pride in helping our patients get a better understanding of their health. Call us at (435) 213-3023 or fill out our online contact form for more information or to schedule an appointment here in Logan, UT today!