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[SILEX™ - Self Test] Menopause Test

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Did you know becoming menopausal can decrease a women’s bone density, and in some cases, lead to diagnoses of osteoporosis?

An at home Menopause Rapid Test can give you the answer in a few minutes helping you manage your symptoms to get further help and advice.

The One-Step Menopause Test detects the presence of FSH to assess the function of the pituitary gland and hormone levels to predict the onset of menopause.


Why you need it:

  • The One-Step Menopause Test is crucial for early detection of the onset of menopause. It allows individuals to assess the function of the pituitary gland and hormone levels, providing valuable information about their reproductive health and allowing for proactive management of symptoms.
  • The at-home Menopause Rapid Test offers a quick and convenient solution for women who want to understand their changing bodies in the privacy of their own homes. It provides results in just 5 minutes, offering a timely and accessible way to check for signs of menopause.
  • Knowing the stage of menopause can help individuals manage symptoms effectively and seek further help and advice. This test empowers women to take control of their health by providing insights that can guide them toward appropriate measures for symptom relief and overall well-being.

Why we love it:

  • We love that the test provides accurate results, allowing individuals to make informed decisions about their health based on trustworthy information.
  • With a rapid result turnaround of 5 minutes, this test is designed for convenience. Additionally, the inclusion of video and step-by-step instructions enhances user-friendliness, ensuring that individuals can confidently and easily perform the test at home.
  • We appreciate that this test allows for discreet and private monitoring of menopause status. By bringing this testing capability into the home, it promotes a personalised approach to women's health, encouraging proactive self-monitoring.

What is it (and why):

  • The test uses urine as the specimen for assessing follicle-stimulating hormone levels (FSH). This choice ensures a non-invasive and user-friendly process for individuals conducting the test at home.
  • The test's clinically tested accuracy of over 99% is a testament to its reliability. This high level of accuracy ensures that individuals can trust the results and make informed decisions about their health.
  • The information provided about common menopausal symptoms, such as hot flashes, anxiety, mood changes, and discomfort during sex, enhances the user's understanding of their health. This knowledge encourages proactive health management and seeking appropriate medical advice.
how to use


Always follow the instructions provided in the package with the test.

1. Remove the test device from the sealed pouch and lay it flat.

2. Use the pipette to withdraw urine specimen.

3. Dispense 3 drops onto the sample well of the cassette

4. Read results within 5 minutes

Please refer to test insert instructions on how to interpret your results.



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[SILEX™ - Self Test] Menopause Test
[SILEX™ - Self Test] Menopause Test
[SILEX™ - Self Test] Menopause Test
[SILEX™ - Self Test] Menopause Test
[SILEX™ - Self Test] Menopause Test
  • Results in 5 minutes

  • Reliable detection of presence of FSH

  • Test at home today for your peace of mind

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Frequently asked

What is menopause?

Menopause is when your periods stop due to lower hormone levels. This usually happens between the ages of 45 and 55. Perimenopause is when you have symptoms before your periods have stopped.

Menopause and perimenopause can have a big impact on your life, including relationships and work. The symptoms experienced are different for everyone.

Taking a test will help you understand why you are feeling the way you are. There are treatment options available for troublesome symptoms.

How long do symptoms last?

Symptoms can last for months or years and can change with time.

When does menopause happen?

The average age of a person going through natural menopause is 51 years, but it can happen earlier or later. If you’re younger than 45, it is called ‘early menopause’. If symptoms start before the age of 40, it is known as ‘premature menopause’ or ‘premature ovarian insufficiency’ (POI). By the age of 54, 80% of women will have stopped having periods.

What can cause early menopause?

In many women, no cause can be found and sometimes it runs in families. If you have had surgery to remove your ovaries this will cause early menopause.

What are symptoms of menopause?

Changes to your periods – they may become irregular and eventually they will stop altogether.

Effect on your well-being: changes in mood are common including low mood, anxiety, mood swings and low self-esteem. There may also be problems with memory and concentration (sometimes called ‘brain fog’).

See our Overview section above for physical symptoms of Menopause.

Who gets menopause symptoms?

25% will have no menopause symptoms at all.

75% will have some menopausal symptoms and for 25% of these, symptoms are more severe and are negatively affect their daily life.

How long do the menopause symptoms last?

The average time a person will experience menopausal symptoms is 7 years.

For some women, symptoms may only last a few months. For others, symptoms can continue for several years. Some women may have early menopause symptoms that start months or years before their periods stop. These are known as peri-menopause symptoms.

How does menopause affect the body?
  1. Skin and hair – we tend to lose skin protein (collagen) after menopause. This can make the skin drier thinner and more likely to itch.
  2. Genital area – the lack of oestrogen can cause the tissues in and around your vagina to become thinner and drier. This can cause the skin to be thin, dry and itchy.
  3. Thinning of the bones (osteoporosis) – oestrogen helps to protect against bone thinning. With lower levels of oestrogen, bones can become thinner and therefore more prone to breaks or fractures.
What lifestyle changes can I make to help menopause and perimenopause symptoms?
  1. Get plenty of rest including keeping to a regular sleep routine.
  2. Eat a healthy balanced diet containing the four main food groups (fruit and veg, carbohydrates, dairy, and protein.
  3. Exercise regularly including weight bearing exercises to improve bone health
  4. Do relaxing things such as yoga and meditation.
  5. Talk to others going through the same thing as you.
What can I do to ease vaginal dryness?

There are vaginal moisturisers and lubricants that you can get without a prescription at the pharmacy. There are also other treatments for vaginal dryness that a doctor can prescribe.

How can I protect against weak bones?

The Royal Osteoporosis Society recommends the following to help protect against weakening bones:

  • Exercise regularly, including weight-bearing exercises
  • Eat a healthy balanced diet containing the four main food groups (fruit and veg, carbohydrates, dairy, and protein
  • Ensure you have adequate vitamin D levels
  • Stop smoking and cut down on alcohol
  • You can also take hormone replacement therapy (HRT) to reduce the risk of osteoporosis
What is HRT?

One treatment for menopause and perimenopause symptoms is hormone replacement therapy (HRT). This replaces the hormones that are at low levels during menopause.

There are different types and doses of HRT. Using the right dose and type usually means your symptoms improve.

HRT comes as:

  • Skin patches
  • Gel or spray to put on the skin
  • Implants
  • Tablets

The benefit of HRT is that it can relieve most menopause and perimenopausal symptoms including hot flushes, brain fog, joint pains, mood swings and vaginal dryness. It can also reduce the risk of hormone-related health problems including osteoporosis and heart disease. As with all medications, there are some risks of HRT. Your doctor can discuss the benefits and risks with you in greater detail.

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