FSH Menopause Test Midstream

The FSH rapid test dipstick is a rapid test that qualitatively detects the FSH level in urine specimen at the sensitivity of 25mIU/ml.

Lateral Flow Rapid FSH Test Midstream


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Introduction

The Follicle Stimulating Hormone (FSH) Test Kit is a rapid, visual, and one-step lateral flow immunoassay for the qualitative determination of FSH in human urine specimens, it provides some useful information for women who will prepare for pregnancy or focus on ovarian health, functions and fertility, also assists the diagnosis and treatment of pituitary gland and gonadal dysfunction. This helps to check if hormone levels are normal and to see if a woman has started the menopause. The test may also be used (along with other tests) to test for possible causes of both male and female infertility.   


Specification 

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Features

1. A variety of design specifications suitable for self-testing use and for professional use

2. Simple to use, fewer procedural errors

3. Ready to use, no need for additional equipment

4. Easy to read and interpret

5. Results in 3 to 5 minutes

6. Store in room temperature (2°-30°C) DO NOT FREEZES.

7. 24 months shelf life.


FSH

Brief introduction:

Follicle stimulating hormone is a hormone secreted by basophil cells in anterior pituitary gland.


role:

Follicle stimulating hormone regulates the human body's development, growth, puberty sexual maturity, and a series of physiological processes related to reproduction, and stimulates the maturation of reproductive cells. Mainly promote ovarian follicle development and maturation.


In women:

In the ovary, follicle stimulating hormone stimulates the growth of immature follicles until they mature into graff follicles. Follicles release repressors during growth to block further synthesis of follicle-stimulating hormones.


In males:

In testicle, follicle stimulating hormone increases the level of male hormone binding protein synthesized by sertoli cells, induces the close binding of sertoli cells, and secretes statin, which plays a crucial role in spermatogenesis.


Test Interpretation

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Certification

FSC, ISO13485, CE0123

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Female climacteric syndrome

Introduction

Female climacteric syndrome refers to a series of mental and physical manifestations of women due to the reduction of sex hormones before and after menopause, such as autonomic dysfunction, reproductive system atrophy, etc., may also have a series of physiological and psychological changes, such as anxiety , depression and sleep disorders. Female climacteric syndrome is more common in women aged 46 to 50 years. In recent years, the age of onset is earlier and the incidence rate is increasing.


Etiology mechanism:

Western medicine

Western medicine believes that female climacteric syndrome is caused by the decline of ovarian function and the decrease of estrogen secretion. Therefore, supplementation of hormones can alleviate various metabolic disorders caused by low estrogen levels and improve menopausal women. symptom.

  

Traditional Chinese medicine:

Chinese medicine believes that female climacteric syndrome is mostly based on kidney yin deficiency, and the main pathogenesis of this disease is as follows.

The female "seven seventy-nine-nine", the kidneys are fading, the scorpion is exhausted, the rushing, the two veins are debilitating, the lack of blood, resulting in an imbalance of yin and yang; second, the homologous sputum, lack of kidney essence can cause liver Loss of care, loss of dysfunction, liver qi stagnation; Third, kidney yin loss, yang is not hidden, pulse is lost in support, viscera qi and blood are not coordinated, so often worry, sullen, crying, memory loss, Inattention, nighttime dreams, or extreme irritability, or easy to be suspicious, and even moody and other symptoms.



treatment method


medical treatement

1 Start with prevention, conduct publicity and education of menopause, keep patients optimistic and reduce unnecessary concerns.


2 general treatment: mild patients generally do not have to take medication, if necessary, can be respected.


3 estrogen treatment: before treatment with estrogen, the medical history should be detailed, and a systemic examination should be performed. Focus on breast, pelvic and rectal examinations. Blood pressure, blood test, urine routine, and vaginal and cervical smear examination. Regular follow-up and review during the course of medication.



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