Women’s hormone panel

bioniq Women’s Health measures the levels of female hormones and thyroid hormones in your blood that affect fertility, mood and energy.
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Is this test for me?

If you’ve noticed recent weight gain, acne, or chronic fatigue then this test may help determine whether the cause of your symptoms is a hormonal imbalance or a thyroid issue.

How it works

Step one
Choose which blood sampling
option works for you
Take a blood test at the clinic nearest you or book an at-home nurse visit
Access your results and medical recommendations in our interactive app

What we analyse

9 biomarkers that measure the levels of female hormones and thyroid hormones in your blood which regulate fertility, mood and energy
Hormones (6 Biomarkers)
Hormones are chemical messengers which travel in your blood and control the way your body works. Hormones control many body functions, from growth and metabolism to reproduction and your sleep cycle.
• LH

LH is a hormone produced by the pituitary gland in the brain. It plays an essential role in male and female fertility. In women, levels of LH peak before ovulation.

• Oestradiol

Oestradiol is the primary female sex hormone, but it is also an essential hormone for men. It is a type of hormone called an oestrogen that supports a healthy reproductive system and healthy breast tissue and bones.

• Testosterone

Testosterone is a hormone important for both men and women that regulates your sex drive (libido), muscle mass, fertility, and mood.


FSH is a hormone produced by the pituitary gland in the brain. This hormone is essential for producing eggs in women and producing sperm in men. In women, FSH levels peak at ovulation and can increase in menopause.

• Prolactin

Prolactin is a hormone produced by the pituitary gland in the brain. Its primary purpose is to stimulate milk production after childbirth. But prolactin is known to have over 300 other body functions in both men and women.

• Free Androgen Index

Androgens are male sex hormones but are also present in women. Most androgens are bound to proteins which makes them unavailable for our body to use. Measuring FAI estimates the level of androgens in the blood that are 'free' (unbound) so are available for your body to use.

Proteins (1 Biomarker)
Proteins play many diverse roles in our bodies, from maintaining the functioning of cells, a healthy immune system to building our muscles. Protein levels in your blood can tell you many different things about your health, and measuring protein levels can help our doctors interpret your blood results.

Most sex hormones, such as testosterone and oestrogen, bind to SHBG in the blood. When hormones are bound to SHBG, it means our body cannot use them. Measuring levels of SHBG can help to uncover if your hormone levels are right for you.

Thyroid hormones (2 Biomarkers)
Your thyroid is a small, butterfly-shaped gland in your neck that produces thyroid hormones. Thyroid hormones control the speed of your metabolism and maintain every function in your body to keep it healthy, from your heartbeat to your body temperature.
• Free Thyroxine

Thyroxine (T4) is the major hormone produced by the thyroid gland. It regulates the speed of bodily functions from your heart rate to your metabolism.


TSH is a hormone produced by the pituitary gland in the brain. This hormone stimulates the thyroid gland to produce the thyroid hormones thyroxine (T4) and triiodothyronine (T3). Measuring TSH can tell you whether your thyroid is functioning normally.

What you’ll get

  • 9-parameter blood test
  • Venous blood sample or finger-prick test
  • An interactive dashboard and the bioniq app to monitor your metrics and progress
  • Comments from a General Practitioner regarding your results
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  • Additional services
  • At-home blood test  £55
  • Individual nutrition consultation  £50

Neither bioniq, nor our partnering clinics (Medichecks), have the right to disclose your health data to a third party. Your results are only accessible to you when you log in to our app or dashboard to track and monitor your progress. For more information about the storing of your digital data, please visit our Privacy Policy page.


Our medical experts do ongoing research to better our products and services. Our credibility and expertise can be viewed in our research papers that are continuously published in peer-reviewed journals.

Get ready for the test

  • Please make sure to take your test in the morning
  • Take this test between days 2 and 5 of your period. It can be taken at any time if you are not having periods
  • Do not take biotin supplements for 2 days prior to this test. If you are taking prescribed biotin, consult with your medical professional prior to taking the test
  • HRT and the contraceptive pill can affect the results of this test, taking the test during a break from these will give more accurate results
  • Avoid taking a finger-prick sample from a finger used to handle hormone-gels or hormone-pessaries in the past 4 weeks

Our partnering clinics

To provide our clients with the best blood sampling services, we have partnered with Medichecks — the leading laboratories since 2002

Track your health on the go

Access the mobile app to check your health metrics and personal recommendations wherever and whenever
  • Results archive
    Access information about your tests at any time to use for yourself or share with your healthcare provider
  • Health progress
    Track how your health metrics change using infographics and easy-to-understand charts


Which blood sampling option is better for me?

   • At-home sampling by a qualified nurse for an additional free
   • Visiting a Medichecks clinic
   • You can collect your own sample with a finger-prick testing kit and post the sample yourself
   • You have option of choosing a venous blood sample or finger-prick testing at a clinic

Is there an e-calendar that clients can access to book nurse visits?

Unfortunately, not at the moment. However, we aim to provide a better experience and are currently increasing booking transparency.

How is blood sampling arranged?

After successful payment, your order will be placed. Our client service sends the data to a partner clinic which assigns a nurse in your area. The nurse will contact you within 2 working days to arrange an appointment.

How to send the blood sample to a lab?

You will have received a prepaid envelope to post your blood sample back to the lab. After the visit, your nurse may offer to drop it at the post box. But you have to post it as soon as possible — the same day.

What’s the best time to take a blood sample?

Please, take your sample as soon as possible after waking. For additional information, check the Get ready for the test section.

Clinical research

A randomised study by a board-certified Prof. Andrew Martusevich, PhD in Medicine and Biology of 314 bioniq users. Published in the peer-reviewed Journal "Archiv Euromedica" (Germany).

The study shows that there was a significant improvement of the iron plasma and total blood level as well as the ferritin level after taking bioniq.
More about our scientific base

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What we test for

All our tests are carried out at your preferred location by professional nurses of the highest level of certification

  • Hormones
  • LH
  • Oestradiol
  • Testosterone
  • FSH
  • Prolactin
  • Free Androgen Index
  • Proteins
  • SHBG
  • Thyroid hormones
  • Free Thyroxine
  • TSH
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