Fasting is not a requirement for these tests.
Prices are listed for each individual test.
- Estradiol – $60.00
Estradiol is a form of the hormone estrogen. Estradiol helps with the growth of the female sex organs, including the uterus, fallopian tubes, vagina, and breasts.
- Estriol – $110.00
Used to evaluate fetal distress and placental function in the management of patients facing complications.
- Estrogen Total – $150.00
This is important in evaluating symptoms of menopause, cardiovascular risk, and bone health in aging women.
- Estrogens Fractionated – $500.00
Panel of estrogen tests including Estrone, Estradiol & Estriol.
- FSH (Follicle Stimulating Hormone) – $30.00
FSH is responsible for promoting and sustaining ovarian follicular growth in females and spermatogenesis in males.
- Hcg Quantitative – $35.00
HCG appears in the blood and urine of pregnant women as early as 10 days after conception. Quantitative HCG measurement helps determine the exact age of the fetus. It can also diagnose abnormal pregnancies, such as ectopic pregnancies, molar pregnancies, and possible miscarriages. It is also used as part of a screening test for Down syndrome.
- LH (Luteinizing Hormone) – $30.00
Luteinizing hormone (LH) is important in both men and women. It plays a role in puberty, menstruation, and fertility.
- Progesterone – $40.00
Progesterone helps prepare the uterus for the implantation of a fertilized egg. If a fertilized egg implants, progesterone then helps the uterine lining (endometrium) to maintain the pregnancy.
- Prolactin – $55.00
Prolactin plays an important role in the reproductive health of both women and men.
- Testosterone, Total – Adult Male $70 | Female & Children (under 18) $90
A testosterone test checks the level of this male hormone (androgen) in the blood. Testosterone affects sexual features and development.
- Testosterone, Free & Total (everyone) – $150.00
Most circulating testosterone is bound by sex hormone binding globulin (SHBG) and albumin; approximately 2% of total testosterone is free (not bound to protein).