Cycle Mapping

For certain women, assessing reproductive hormones like progesterone and oestrogen on a single day suffices. However, in cases where a comprehensive understanding of hormonal patterns throughout the menstrual cycle is crucial, a more extensive "mapping" approach is necessary. Typically, hormonal patterns follow an expected trajectory, with oestrogen levels starting low, surging during ovulation, and tapering off in the latter phase of the cycle (the luteal phase). Progesterone levels remain low until after ovulation, then ideally skyrocket (>10-fold) before declining towards the cycle's end. Any disruption in this cyclical pattern can lead to fertility issues or hormonal imbalances.

Cycle Mapping
Looking For
  • To better understanding infertility challenges
  • To better understand irregular menstrual cycles
  • Improving PCOS (Polycystic Ovary Syndrome)
  • Improving hormonal symptoms which vary throughout the menstrual cycle, including PMS, mid-cycle spotting, migraines, and similar concerns.

Helps With
  • Providing a comprehensive view of hormonal fluctuations in your monthly cycle
  • Empowering targeted interventions to address hormonal challenges effectively