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If you’re experiencing fatigue,
weight gain, trouble sleeping,
decreased libido, anxiety, depression,
hot flashes, stress or hormonal imbalance,
it might be time to consider 
the DUTCH test.


The DUTCH Test 

The DUTCH test stands for Dried Urine Test for Comprehensive Hormones and involves collection of a small amount of urine on filtered paper four times a day. The DUTCH TEST measures hormone metabolites from the dried urine samples.

Sex Hormones & Metabolites:

  • Estrogens: Essential for fertility, PMS, and menopausal symptoms, this hormone is crucial for overall health.

  • Estrogen Metabolites: Shows how your body processes and detoxifies estrogen, which can impact your risk for various cancers, cysts, and fibroids.

  • Testosterone: Vital for both men and women, the optimal levels of this hormone are linked to vitality, mood, fertility, and performance.

  • Progesterone Metabolites: Indicates your total progesterone levels, which can affect PMS symptoms and fertility.

  • Androgen Metabolites of DHEAS and Testosterone: Evaluates how well your body processes testosterone, which can impact hair loss, skin health, and prostate cancer risk.

Adrenal Hormones & Metabolites:

  • Total Metabolized Cortisol: Reflects your cortisol production throughout the day and guides your treatment plan.

  • Total Cortisone: Shows how quickly your body deactivates cortisol to cortisone.

  • Free Cortisol: Indicates the active cortisol levels in your body and helps guide treatment.

  • Free Cortisone: Evaluates cortisol deactivation to cortisone, important for treatment planning.

  • Tetrahydrocortisone & Cortisol Metabolites: Provide insight into cortisol metabolism.

  • DHEAs: A precursor to testosterone and estrogen, its levels can indicate PCOS and adrenal insufficiency.

Organic Acids:

  • Neurotransmitters, B12, B6, Glutathione: New markers added to the DUTCH test.


  • 6-OH-Melatonin-Sulfate: Measures melatonin production, which affects sleep quality and overall health.

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