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HealthConfirm Comprehensive Home Health Testing Kits

  • Comprehensive Health and Hormone Tests for Private Use
  • Confidential, Detailed Reports Delivered Electronically
  • Samples Processed in CLIA Certified Laboratory
  • Results Available 5-7 Business Days Upon Receipt of Sample at Lab
  • All Fees Included - No Additional Lab or Shipping Fees
  • Please Note - Some of Our Test Kits Can Not Be Shipped to NY State, Due to State Law

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About HealthConfirm Comprehensive Home Health Testing Kits

HealthConfirm Health and Hormone Test Kits are a simple, easy to use at home test kits that can be performed in the privacy of your own home. Our tests do not require a doctor's prescription and all samples are run in our CLIA accredited laboratory. Results are always 100% confidential and are delivered via our secure online portal with a comprehensive report that can be shared and discussed with your doctor.

Collection Procedure

Select Your Test

Receive an at-home testing kit that fits your unique concerns and needs. No prescription or visit to the doctor’s office is required. Your test kit is delivered directly to your front door.

Register, Collect & Send

Register your kit and fill out your individual online health profile. Collect your sample on your own time and send it back with the prepaid return shipping label.

See Your Results

Your physician-reviewed results are delivered to your personal device. Log in to your private dashboard to view the easy-to-understand results.

How to Read Results

Your Test Panels Explained

Forget trying to make sense of confusing medical terms and nonsensical numbers. With HealthConfirm, you’ll see right away how your results compare to a healthy reference range. You’ll also see a clear explanation of what was tested and what your results mean to your overall health.

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HealthConfirm Comprehensive Home Health Testing Kits FAQs

How long are saliva samples stable for?

Saliva samples are stable for up to 1-2 weeks when stored at room temperature with no exposure to direct sunlight. We recommend that you mail your saliva samples the same day they are collected; however, if that’s not possible, they can be frozen until you are ready to ship.

How long will it take to receive my results and how will I receive them once they are ready?

Results for our saliva tests typically take approximately 3-5 business days to process once received at the lab. Blood spot and dried urine samples typically take approximately 5-7 business days to process. Once your results are ready, you will receive an email with instructions detailing how to view them in your secure online account.

How much saliva do I need to collect for this test?

To ensure the lab has enough sample to provide the most accurate results, all tubes should be filled at least 1/2 way but preferably 3/4 of the way filled, excluding any bubbles.

Are there any additional fees after I purchase my HealthConfirm® Home Test Kit?

For those located within the United States, there are no additional lab or shipping fees once you purchase your test. All lab fees are included in the cost of the test and your kit will come with a pre-paid 2 day shipping label for returning your sample to the lab.

Do I need to stop my current hormone therapy before taking a hormone test?

No, there are optimal times to perform the test when using hormone therapy, for example: 12-24 hours after last dose of topical gels, 1-2 days after applying a patch or 6-10 hours after taking progesterone pills (including birth control pills), however you do not need to stop taking any hormone supplements.

I suffer from dry mouth - do you have any suggestions as to how I can increase my saliva production?

To increase saliva flow, you can try things like pressing the tip of your tongue against your teeth, smelling strong-smelling foods like lemons, or yawning.

What are some tips to make my blood spot collection easier?

To encourage blood flow, you can try the following tricks:

  • Running your hands under warm water and/or rubbing hands together
  • Swinging your arms before pricking your finger
  • Making sure your hand is below your waist before you begin collection to make your blood flow easier
I am nervous to prick my finger - will it hurt?

The lancets provided with your test kit give a quick and nearly painless finger prick, however if nervousness is an issue, you may ask someone such as your healthcare provider or friend to help you. Once you’ve completed the first finger prick, the rest will be easier.

What time of the month should I collect my sample?

Men may collect samples any day of the month. For women, if you have a normal menstrual cycle, collect on Day 19, 20 or 21 of your cycle. If you have an irregular or unpredictable cycle then you may collect on any day that you’re not bleeding or 5 days before your expected period. If you have no menstrual cycle at all, you may collect on any day of the month.

My test results came back outside of the normal ranges. what should I do now?

If your test results come back abnormal, it’s best to consult your physician to review your report with them.

How can a thyroid disorder affect weight gain?

If you have hypothyroidism, often referred to as an underactive thyroid, it may slow down your metabolism, in turn, making it more difficult to lose weight. Our test measures your levels of TSH, also known as Thyroid Stimulating Hormone, to give you a better idea of how your thyroid is functioning.

What does PSA stand for?

PSA stands for Prostate Specific Antigen which is a protein produced by the prostate gland. Knowing your PSA levels will give you an overall idea of your prostate health. Elevated levels of PSA may be an indication of early-stage prostate cancer.

Who should test their PSA levels?

Men with a family history of prostate cancer should begin performing regular PSA screenings at the age of 40. Men with no family history of prostate cancer and those with lower risk factors should consider beginning routine testing around the age of 50.

How does menopause affect the body?

Menopause may cause a shift in the balance of certain hormones, especially estrogen and progesterone. When estrogen gets too high or progesterone gets too low, this causes an imbalance called estrogen dominance.

What are some symptoms of menopause?

Symptoms of menopause may include:

  • Fatigue
  • Night Sweats or Hot Flashes
  • Irregular Menstruation or Complete Absence of Menstruation
  • Loss of Hair
  • Dry Skin
  • Moodiness
  • Reduced Sex Drive
Should I avoid using over-the-counter anti-aging cream before I test?

Yes, you should discontinue use of anti-wrinkle creams for at least 3 days before collection. You may substitute with moisturizing creams that are safe for infants during those 3 days.