Re: hormone testing
I wouldn't waste your money on one of those, yet. If you are in peri, it will most likely give you the wrong reading. In peri, your hormones are on a roller coaster. One minute you have high estrogen, the next you don't. This is why doctor's don't give the FSH test until you start to skip periods. It isn't until then that your ovaries have slowed down enough to show that you are heading closer to menopause. Menopause is defined as, not having a period (any blood) for one year. Until your reach that mark, I would just wait and try to get through all the symptoms as they happen.