Women’s Health Home Kit

Women’s Health Home Kit

$299

Our Women’s Comprehensive Health Test is a thorough test for women to get their overall health checked out. Many of the tests included in this panel are the same tests that a physician would order during a checkup or annual exam. These baseline tests may identify current or potential health problems.

After you place your order, you will receive your collection kit within 3 to 5 business days.

Once your sample is received at the lab, your results will generally be available within 4-7 business days.

Womens Health Test – What is it?

The Women’s Comprehensive Health Test is an extensive way for women of all ages to get their general health checked out. This test is our most comprehensive panel for a complete look at all the hormones that are important in keeping your overall health at its best.

The Women’s Comprehensive Health Test is available to you with the convenience and privacy of taking the test at home. No physician order is required. You may be able to purchase this test with your HSA/FSA.

womanshealth-what

Who’s It For

This test is for women of all ages that are interested in understanding how these important hormones can affect their overall health. For women at any stage of their life, it’s important to keep hormones in the body balanced. This test will provide that information.

Women's Health - Who's it For?

What’s Included

  • Estradiol is the main form of estrogen. Low Estradiol levels, particularly when associated with a high FSH level, suggest menopause. Estrogen excess due to a testosterone or androgen deficiency will be tested in this kit.
  • Progesterone: The progesterone test is looking for the amount of progesterone in your blood on the day of the test. If your progesterone level is elevated within a certain range during the luteal phase, it means you are ovulating. If your progesterone level is not elevated, it can mean that you are not ovulating. Obesity, insulin resistance, high levels of stress, poor diet and lack of exercise can all contribute to low progesterone levels.
  • Testosterone: Low testosterone levels reduce muscle mass and calorie expenditure. Testosterone deficiency can cause weight gain over time. Testosterone impacts muscle athletic performance and is also directly related to fertility.
  • DHEA: DHEA (dehydroepiandrosterone) is a naturally existing hormone that the body converts into androgens, mainly testosterone. Even though androgens are male hormones, they are present in both sexes and are essential in the female body for the production and development of healthy eggs. In regard to infertility, DHEA is used primarily to treat women with diminished ovarian reserve, which occurs either as a consequence of premature ovarian aging or female aging.
  • Cortisol is known as the “stress hormone”. When you are stressed, cortisol levels rise causing higher insulin levels. Blood sugar drops causing one to crave sugary, fatty foods. Increased cortisol levels also cause abdominal fat.
  • T3 Free and T4 Free measurements are used to diagnose and monitor treatment of hyperthyroidism. Many hypothyroid patients struggle with weight gain and weight loss resistance due to T3 and T4 levels. Both of these hormones regulate metabolism.
  • TSH (Thyroid Stimulating Hormone) provides differential diagnosis of primary, secondary, and tertiary hypothyroidism. Thyroid issues are often directly linked to weight issues and fatigue.
  • Thyroid Peroxidase (TPO) helps diagnose thyroid diseases such as endemic goiter, Graves Disease, autoimmune thyroiditis, Addison’s Disease, insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus, Hashimoto’s Disease and polyendocrine auto-immunopathies. Thyroid issues are more common in women than in men, especially during pregnancy. The thyroid is one of the most essential glands to regulate overall health and it happens to be the one most easily damaged by toxins, nutrient deficiencies, and stress.

Know your medical history, know your risks, be aware of your symptoms and contact ARCpoint Labs for your test.

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How To Order

1,2,3 Steps

Purchase Your Test Online.

Receive a kit mailed to your home.

Collect your sample according to the instructions in your kit.

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Mail your specimen in the supplied pre-paid envelope.

Get your results.

You will receive a secure email with your results. From here, you and your physician can work together to determine next steps.

Q: Does insurance cover my ARCpoint test?

It depends on your plan but usually not. We are not contracted with any insurance companies at this time. This is a health test that doesn’t require an office visit. However, ARCpoint Labs’ tests are usually priced lower than out-of-pocket costs associated with office visits.

Q: Can I use my HSA/FSA account to pay for a test?

Typically, yes, you can use your HSA/FSA account to pay for an at-home health test. Your ARCpoint Labs test is authorized by a physician, so it should fit the guidelines for most HSA/FSA coverage. It is best to check with your insurance provider prior to ordering the test.

Q: How long does it take to receive my results?

For At Home Kits, once your order is complete, your package will be shipped out of our fulfillment warehouse within 2 business days and you will receive your order within 3-5 business days. Once your sample reaches the lab, your results will be available online within 5-7 business days. Please note that during peak holiday season, we may experience up to 2-3 business day increase in processing times.

Q: Can I buy a test in my state?

At Home Kit tests are available to residents in 45 U.S. states. We currently do not offer tests to residents of the following states: New York, New Jersey, Maryland, Massachusetts and Rhode Island. This is due to each state having different medical regulations.
For Blood Tests collected at an ARCpoint Lab, please visit www.arcpointlabs.com for a location near you.

Q: I am having trouble drawing blood from my finger. What should I do?

  • Drink plenty of water in the hours prior to your specimen collection.
  • The best site for a finger puncture is just off the right or left side of the finger pad of the ring or pinkie finger. The tip of the finger should be avoided.
  • Make sure hands (fingers) are warm. Hold under running warm water for 30 seconds if necessary to increase circulation.
  • Be sure to place your finger on a firm surface, like a countertop or kitchen counter, to ensure that you get the proper depth when activating the safety lancet.
  • After lancing collection area, use “milking” motion to draw blood towards puncture area.
  • Be sure to get 5 good drops of blood into the blood collection device.

Q: Should I share my results with my physician?

Yes, ARCpoint Labs strongly advises you to share and discuss your results with your healthcare provider. Our tests provide personalized information and education, but they are not intended to diagnose any disease or condition or to substitute for professional medical advice or treatment. You should always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified healthcare provider with any questions you have regarding your medical care.

Q: Will you share these results with my doctor?

While we recommend you share your results with your health care provider, we will not share these results with anyone except you.

What It Is

Womens Health Test – What is it?

The Women’s Comprehensive Health Test is an extensive way for women of all ages to get their general health checked out. This test is our most comprehensive panel for a complete look at all the hormones that are important in keeping your overall health at its best.

The Women’s Comprehensive Health Test is available to you with the convenience and privacy of taking the test at home. No physician order is required. You may be able to purchase this test with your HSA/FSA.

womanshealth-what

Who's It For

Who’s It For

This test is for women of all ages that are interested in understanding how these important hormones can affect their overall health. For women at any stage of their life, it’s important to keep hormones in the body balanced. This test will provide that information.

Women's Health - Who's it For?

What's Included

What’s Included

  • Estradiol is the main form of estrogen. Low Estradiol levels, particularly when associated with a high FSH level, suggest menopause. Estrogen excess due to a testosterone or androgen deficiency will be tested in this kit.
  • Progesterone: The progesterone test is looking for the amount of progesterone in your blood on the day of the test. If your progesterone level is elevated within a certain range during the luteal phase, it means you are ovulating. If your progesterone level is not elevated, it can mean that you are not ovulating. Obesity, insulin resistance, high levels of stress, poor diet and lack of exercise can all contribute to low progesterone levels.
  • Testosterone: Low testosterone levels reduce muscle mass and calorie expenditure. Testosterone deficiency can cause weight gain over time. Testosterone impacts muscle athletic performance and is also directly related to fertility.
  • DHEA: DHEA (dehydroepiandrosterone) is a naturally existing hormone that the body converts into androgens, mainly testosterone. Even though androgens are male hormones, they are present in both sexes and are essential in the female body for the production and development of healthy eggs. In regard to infertility, DHEA is used primarily to treat women with diminished ovarian reserve, which occurs either as a consequence of premature ovarian aging or female aging.
  • Cortisol is known as the “stress hormone”. When you are stressed, cortisol levels rise causing higher insulin levels. Blood sugar drops causing one to crave sugary, fatty foods. Increased cortisol levels also cause abdominal fat.
  • T3 Free and T4 Free measurements are used to diagnose and monitor treatment of hyperthyroidism. Many hypothyroid patients struggle with weight gain and weight loss resistance due to T3 and T4 levels. Both of these hormones regulate metabolism.
  • TSH (Thyroid Stimulating Hormone) provides differential diagnosis of primary, secondary, and tertiary hypothyroidism. Thyroid issues are often directly linked to weight issues and fatigue.
  • Thyroid Peroxidase (TPO) helps diagnose thyroid diseases such as endemic goiter, Graves Disease, autoimmune thyroiditis, Addison’s Disease, insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus, Hashimoto’s Disease and polyendocrine auto-immunopathies. Thyroid issues are more common in women than in men, especially during pregnancy. The thyroid is one of the most essential glands to regulate overall health and it happens to be the one most easily damaged by toxins, nutrient deficiencies, and stress.

Know your medical history, know your risks, be aware of your symptoms and contact ARCpoint Labs for your test.

health-included

How To Order

Step 1

Purchase Your Test Online.

Step 2

Receive a kit mailed to your home.

Step 3

Collect your sample according to the instructions in your kit.

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Mail your specimen in the supplied pre-paid envelope.

5b

Get your results.

You will receive a secure email with your results. From here, you and your physician can work together to determine next steps.

FAQ

Q: Does insurance cover my ARCpoint test?

It depends on your plan but usually not. We are not contracted with any insurance companies at this time. This is a health test that doesn’t require an office visit. However, ARCpoint Labs’ tests are usually priced lower than out-of-pocket costs associated with office visits.

Q: Can I use my HSA/FSA account to pay for a test?

Typically, yes, you can use your HSA/FSA account to pay for an at-home health test. Your ARCpoint Labs test is authorized by a physician, so it should fit the guidelines for most HSA/FSA coverage. It is best to check with your insurance provider prior to ordering the test.

Q: How long does it take to receive my results?

For At Home Kits, once your order is complete, your package will be shipped out of our fulfillment warehouse within 2 business days and you will receive your order within 3-5 business days. Once your sample reaches the lab, your results will be available online within 5-7 business days. Please note that during peak holiday season, we may experience up to 2-3 business day increase in processing times.

Q: Can I buy a test in my state?

At Home Kit tests are available to residents in 45 U.S. states. We currently do not offer tests to residents of the following states: New York, New Jersey, Maryland, Massachusetts and Rhode Island. This is due to each state having different medical regulations.
For Blood Tests collected at an ARCpoint Lab, please visit www.arcpointlabs.com for a location near you.

Q: I am having trouble drawing blood from my finger. What should I do?

  • Drink plenty of water in the hours prior to your specimen collection.
  • The best site for a finger puncture is just off the right or left side of the finger pad of the ring or pinkie finger. The tip of the finger should be avoided.
  • Make sure hands (fingers) are warm. Hold under running warm water for 30 seconds if necessary to increase circulation.
  • Be sure to place your finger on a firm surface, like a countertop or kitchen counter, to ensure that you get the proper depth when activating the safety lancet.
  • After lancing collection area, use “milking” motion to draw blood towards puncture area.
  • Be sure to get 5 good drops of blood into the blood collection device.

Q: Should I share my results with my physician?

Yes, ARCpoint Labs strongly advises you to share and discuss your results with your healthcare provider. Our tests provide personalized information and education, but they are not intended to diagnose any disease or condition or to substitute for professional medical advice or treatment. You should always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified healthcare provider with any questions you have regarding your medical care.

Q: Will you share these results with my doctor?

While we recommend you share your results with your health care provider, we will not share these results with anyone except you.

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