Menopause test Barza

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The Barza Menopause Test is a rapid, qualitative test that detects the level of follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) in urine to assess ovarian function. This test can tell you if you are in one of the perimenopausal or menopausal periods.

  • result in 10 minutes
  • can be carried out at any time of the day
  • accuracy > 99%

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Questions and answers

1. What is FSH?
FSH (follicle-stimulating hormone) is a hormone produced by the pituitary gland. It controls menstrual cycles and the production of ovarian follicles in women.
2. What is the role of the BARZA menopause test?
The BARZA menopause test determines the level of FSH (follicle stimulating hormone) in the urine at a level above 25 mlU/ml and with an accuracy of more than 99%. If the level in the urine is equal to or above 25 mIU/ml above normal values, then the test indicates the onset of perimenopause or menopause.
3. I have some menopausal symptoms, but I still have my period. Am I menopausal?
You are not in menopause but it is very likely that you are in perimenopause. Many women may experience menopausal symptoms and still have a menstrual cycle. This means that ovulation is occurring and therefore a pregnancy is still possible.
4. If the test is positive, can I still get pregnant?
Even if the menopause test is positive, pregnancy is still possible. The BARZA menopause test is just one tool to help you prepare for the onset of menopause. We can say with certainty that menopause did not set in until after 12 consecutive months without menstruation.
5. What should I do if the test is positive?
If the test is positive, it means that your body. produces a high level of FSH (over 25 mlU/mL) and you are in perimenopause. At the same time, levels of sex hormones such as oestradiol, progesterone, testosterone, etc. have decreased. Consult your doctor and establish ways to improve your symptoms and, above all, how to treat them: diet, medication, psychological counselling.
6. I am at menopausal age. The test result is positive, but I still have regular cycles. Why?
A positive result indicates only that your urine FSH level is 25 mIU/ml or higher and you are in perimenopause. Menopause, by definition, means the absence of menstruation for 12 consecutive months. A positive result does not tell you exactly when you are entering menopause. Menopause usually occurs in women between 45 and 55. In most women, perimenopause lasts about four years, during which time FSH levels remain consistently high. That's why you can get a positive result even if you have regular menstrual cycles.
7. What should I do if the test is negative?
If the test is negative, your FSH level is not high and you have a low FSH. you are most likely not menopausal. Consider repeating the test 5 to 7 days later.
8. What factors can influence the outcome of this test?
Oral contraceptives, contraceptive patches, hormone replacement therapy (HRT), estrogen supplements or other forms of hormones may affect the result of this test and give a false negative result. Ovarian and pituitary tumours can cause false results. After using contraception, your menstrual cycle may be irregular and may take some time to become regular again. We recommend waiting until you have two regular menstrual cycles before using the Barza Menopause Test.
9. Can I use this test as a contraceptive method?
The Barza menopause test is not a contraceptive method and you should not discontinue contraceptives based on the results of this test.

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The Barza Menopause Test is a rapid, qualitative test that detects the level of follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) in urine to assess ovarian function. This test can tell you if you are in one of the perimenopausal or menopausal periods.

The Barza Menopause Test detects the level of follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) in urine at a level of over 25 mIU/ml with 99.99% accuracy. If FSH levels are above normal values, the test indicates perimenopause or menopause.

Increased FSH levels are associated with reduced estrogen levels and the onset of menopause in women. Typically, as a woman approaches menopausal age, FSH levels increase up to 10 times normal values (up to about 110 mIU/mL, but can be as high as 500 mIU/mL). FSH levels may remain constant for several years after the onset of menopause.

During the test, a coloured line, visible to the naked eye, always appears in the control area (C). If the FSH level in the sample is equal to, or greater than, 25 mIU/ml, the colour of the test line (T) will be the same or stronger than that of the control line (C), indicating a positive result. If the line to the right of the test area (T) does not appear, or is lighter in colour than the control line (C), the test is negative.



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