$250 (Phlebotomy done in-clinic)
These essential labs include full blood counts, liver and kidney function, metabolites, HbA1c (check for diabetes), free and total testosterone, DHEA-S, estradiol, an inflammatory marker (CRP), vitamin D, and three thyroid markers including antibodies.
$626 (Home collection of urine)
The DUTCH (Dried Urine Test for Comprehensive Hormones) Complete test is an advanced diagnostic tool used to evaluate hormone levels. This test is unique because it uses dried urine samples to measure various hormones and their metabolites.
Here are its key features:
Hormone Assessment: The DUTCH Complete test measures a range of hormones such as cortisol, cortisone, estrogen, progesterone, and testosterone. This comprehensive approach provides a more complete picture of a person's hormonal balance compared to traditional blood tests.
Circadian Rhythm Analysis: Includes an evaluation of the natural daily patterns of cortisol and cortisone, which can help assess adrenal function and identify issues with circadian rhythm. Metabolite Measurement The test also measures hormone metabolites, which are the products of hormone breakdown. This can offer more detailed insights into how hormones are being processed by the body.