Menopause Test

What does the viola Menopause Test tell me?
Performed in the privacy of your own home, this test gives a reliable indication that you have had your last period, and therefore have reached the post-menopausal stage. Women reach the menopause at an average age of 51, however there is a wide variation between 39 and 59.
Knowing you have reached the menopause means that you can consider hormone replacement therapy and assess your risk of developing osteoporosis.

Which hormone is measured?
The test detects an increase in FSH (follicle stimulating hormone), which occurs when you reach the menopause. This hormone remains at a constantly higher level for about three to five years after your last period, which means that tests performed during this time are reliable.

How do I perform the test?
Hold the test stick in the urine stream for two to three seconds. Read off the results after a few minutes.

What does the result tell me?
If two violet lines appear in the window and the color of the top line is much more intense than the bottom line, you have not yet reached the menopause. The same applies if only one line appears.
If two violet lines appear in the window and the color of the bottom line is equally or more intense than the top line, your test result is positive.

Where can I get this test?
For information about where you can get your test please contact our partner in your country.


2 test sticks (foil wrapped)
Instruction for use

Sample type: Urine

Methodology: Immunological quick test

Evidence: Time of menopause

Order number: 972220