Which medications or supplements could impact my Women's Health Test results?
This is not intended to be a comprehensive list of all medications/supplements that may affect test results. The reason for testing may influence whether or not you should discontinue medications/supplements prior to collection (i.e. tracking hormone replacement therapy if postmenopausal). We always recommend speaking with your healthcare provider if you have questions about specific medications/supplements prior to testing. We do not recommend making any changes to your medication or supplement routines without consulting your healthcare provider first.
Prescription: Mirena IUD, Skyla IUD, Kyleena IUD, Nexplanon, Combined Oral Contraceptive Pills, Progestin Only Oral Contraceptive Pills (MiniPill), Combined Hormone Replacement, Progestin Only Hormone Replacement, Estrogen Only Hormone Replacement (including vaginal), Spironolactone, Thyroid hormone medications, D-amphetamine, Steroids (e.g. glucocorticoids, hydrocortisone, prednisone)
Over-the-counter: Soy Supplements, Chasteberries, Red Clover, DHEA-S, Thyroid Supplements, Hormone regulating supplements, Biotin, Ashwaganda, Ginseng (Asian), Black Cohosh
Note: If discontinuing hormone therapy, we advise waiting at least 6 weeks until collecting your sample.