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LifeClues Menopause Tests

Format: Midstream


Sensitivity: 25 mIU/mL


Specimen: Urine


Proactively manage symptoms by knowing menopausal status 

Follicle-Stimulating Hormone (FSH) play a crucial role in the development of ovarian follicles in females.


As women approaches perimenopause, the number of small antral follicles recruited in each cycle decreases, leading to increased FSH levels.


Elevated FSH levels are commonly observed in menopause and certain conditions such as Premature Ovarian Failure, Premature Ovarian Aging, and Turner Syndrome. High FSH during reproductive years is abnormal and may indicate subfertility and/or infertility health. Therefore, a FSH test can provide valuable insights into fertility status and reproductive health.

High Diagnostic Accuracy: 99.00% Agreements

In a clinical evaluation with 400 samples, the performance of the “LifeClues™ FSH tests” was compared to the ELISA test as the reference standard. The results are as follows:


Diagnostic sensitivity: 100%

Diagnostic specificity: 98.12%

Overall agreement between the LifeClues™ FSH tests and the ELISA test: 99.00%

On-Site Developed & Manufactured Raw Material

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LifeClues is a leading laboratory that specializes in developing the best antibodies for use in medical research and treatments. Our team of scientists are experts in the field and are continuously researching and innovating new ways of making our antibodies more effective and reliable.

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I received a positive result. Can I stop using contraception?

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