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AM I IN?

Here’s a simple test to do at home to see if you’re already going through menopause . [/ Vc_column_text]

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AM I IN TEST ©

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Our AM-ME-IN-TEST © is a test with which you can quickly, easily and in familiar surroundings determine whether your symptoms are caused by the menopause. This checks whether your body is already releasing a certain level of follicle-stimulating hormone – FSH for short. Sounds like biology lessons? No fear. It’s as easy as a pregnancy test. [/ Vc_column_text]

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This is included in the AM I INSIDE TEST ©  :

  1. two test cassettes to determine the FSH level
  2. Instructions for performing the test
  3. Overview: What is Menopause? What symptoms are associated with it?
  4. Questionnaire: What type of menopause am I?
  5. Video tutorial

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FAST CHANGE YEARS

Menopause usually lasts for several years. They are a natural process in a woman’s life that usually takes place between the ages of 45 and 55. The climax is then the „menopause“, which is strictly speaking only a few days in a woman’s life. In retrospect, it is the days of your very last period after which you had no bleeding for 12 months. So, clinically, you’ve reached menopause when you’re over 45 and haven’t had a menstrual period for 12 months. We have illustrated the whole thing:

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In Germany we experience menopause at the age of 51 on average. Less than 1% of us women have gone through menopause before the age of 40.

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„What does“ break „mean here ?!“

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PRE, PERI, POST …?

There is no exact start date for pre- and perimenopause. Most of us slide in in our late 30s or mid 40s. One thing is certain: over the years we produce fewer and fewer sex hormones. As long as we still have a regular cycle, everything runs as usual. From around our mid-40s we not only have significantly fewer hormones, but our sex hormones – especially estrogen and progesterone – can then fluctuate significantly. There can then be phases in which we have no cycle at all, followed by phases with very heavy bleeding. Only in the post menopause does calm return. Our body has got used to the lower hormone levels and hopefully most of the symptoms have subsided. Very simplified, our cycle looks like this in these phases: [/ vc_column_text]

If the body now produces less and less estrogen, it first wants to correct it. He then releases an increased hormone – the follicle-stimulating hormone / FSH – which stimulates the maturation of the egg cells during your cycle. Because the maturation of the egg cells and the follicle surrounding them is also linked to the estrogen production of your body. If no egg cells mature, no estrogen and no progesterone can be produced in the ovaries. Your body then tries with all its might to force follicle production by releasing the hormone FSH. This hormone is very well known to the body because it coordinates ovulation even in a regular cycle. Every month around the middle of the cycle it peaks ]
If the body now produces less and less estrogen, it first wants to correct it.
He then releases an increased hormone – the follicle-stimulating hormone / FSH – which stimulates the maturation of the egg cells during your cycle. Because the maturation of the egg cells and the follicle surrounding them is also linked to the estrogen production of your body. If no egg cells mature, no estrogen and no progesterone can be produced in the ovaries. Your body then tries with all its might to force follicle production by releasing the hormone FSH. This hormone is very well known to the body because it coordinates ovulation even in a regular cycle. Every month around the middle of the cycle it peaks then he wants to correct that first. He then releases an increased hormone – the follicle-stimulating hormone / FSH – which stimulates the maturation of the egg cells during your cycle. Because the maturation of the egg cells and the follicle surrounding them is also linked to the estrogen production of your body. If no egg cells mature, no estrogen and no progesterone can be produced in the ovaries. Your body then tries with all its might to force follicle production by releasing the hormone FSH. This hormone is very well known to the body because it coordinates ovulation even in a regular cycle. Every month around the middle of the cycle it peaks then he wants to correct that first. He then releases an increased hormone – the follicle-stimulating hormone / FSH – which stimulates the maturation of the egg cells during your cycle. Because the maturation of the egg cells and the follicle surrounding them is also linked to the estrogen production of your body. If no egg cells mature, no estrogen and no progesterone can be produced in the ovaries. Your body then tries with all its might to force follicle production by releasing the hormone FSH. This hormone is very well known to the body because it coordinates ovulation even in a regular cycle. Every month around the middle of the cycle it peaks He then releases an increased hormone – the follicle-stimulating hormone / FSH – which stimulates the maturation of the egg cells during your cycle. Because the maturation of the egg cells and the follicle surrounding them is also linked to the estrogen production of your body. If no egg cells mature, no estrogen and no progesterone can be produced in the ovaries. Your body then tries with all its might to force follicle production by releasing the hormone FSH. This hormone is very well known to the body because it coordinates ovulation even in a regular cycle. Every month around the middle of the cycle it peaks He then releases an increased hormone – the follicle-stimulating hormone / FSH – which stimulates the maturation of the egg cells during your cycle. Because the maturation of the egg cells and the follicle surrounding them is also linked to the estrogen production of your body. If no egg cells mature, no estrogen and no progesterone can be produced in the ovaries. Your body then tries with all its might to force follicle production by releasing the hormone FSH. This hormone is very well known to the body because it coordinates ovulation even in a regular cycle. Every month around the middle of the cycle it peaks If no egg cells mature, no estrogen and no progesterone can be produced in the ovaries. Your body then tries with all its might to force follicle production by releasing the hormone FSH. This hormone is very well known to the body because it coordinates ovulation even in a regular cycle. Every month around the middle of the cycle it peaks If no egg cells mature, no estrogen and no progesterone can be produced in the ovaries. Your body then tries with all its might to force follicle production by releasing the hormone FSH. This hormone is very well known to the body because it coordinates ovulation even in a regular cycle. Every month around the middle of the cycle it peaksHowever, significantly higher values ​​can now be achieved during the late perimenopause. And we measure this with this test. As a rapid immunochromatographic test, the BIN-ICH-DRIN-TEST © detects FSH values ​​above 25 mIU / ml in your urine sample. And to make sure that it is not a chance hit, there is a second test cassette to repeat the test after 7 days. [/ Vc_column_text] [/ vc_column_inner] [/ vc_row_inner] [/ vc_column] [/ vc_row]
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HOW TO PERFORM THE TEST

In addition to the content from the test kit, you will need:

How to Prepare:

Here’s how to do the test:

  1. In the morning, take your watch or mobile phone, the I AM IN THE TEST © and a clean, dry container with you into the toilet, collect your urine in the container; only now open the foil pouch of a test cassette.
  2. Remove the test cassette and the pipette and place them on a flat surface.
  3. Take a few drops of the urine sample with the help of the enclosed pipette. Hold the pipette with the urine sample vertically over the sample well (see arrow) and place 3 to 4 drops on it. Please note that you do not apply any liquid to the result window – indicated by (T) and (C).
  4. Leave the test cassette and wait 5 minutes – (Caution: false-positive results can occur after more than 10 minutes).
  5. Do the second test in 7 days.

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HOW TO EVALUATE THE RESULTS

There are 3 ways your test can fail:

  1. If there is a high concentration of FSH, it will bind to anti-FSH antibodies on the test line (T) and produce a visible reddish line. You will also see a reddish line on the control line (C). Your result is positive and it is likely that your possible symptoms are related to your menopause. Only your doctor can finally confirm this.
  2. Ist die FSH Konzentration in deinem Urin niedrig, wird sich nur die Kontrolllinie (C) rötlich färben. Es ist dabei unerheblich, wie stark oder schwach die Kontrolllinie ausgeprägt ist. Dein Ergebnis ist damit negativ. Das trifft auch dann zu, wenn du im Testfeld (T) zusätzlich eine schwächer ausgeprägte Linie siehst. Sollten beide Testergebnisse negativ sein, du jedoch Beschwerden haben, hinter denen du die Wechseljahre vermutest, dann wende dich bitte an deine Ärztin oder an deinen Arzt. Orale Verhütungsmittel, eine Hormontherapie oder eingenommenes Östrogen können den FSH-Spiegel beeinflussen und zum Beispiel auch falsch-negative Ergebnisse hervorrufen.
  3. Your result is invalid, if you do not see a control line (C), then the test did not run correctly and is invalid . Please check whether you have followed all the points in the instructions for use exactly. Please do a new test with a new urine sample.

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TAKE CARE OF THESE PRECAUTIONS

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    HOW TO PERFORM THE TEST

    In addition to the content from the test kit, you will need:

    How to Prepare:

    Here’s how to do the test:

    1. In the morning, take your watch or mobile phone, the I AM IN THE TEST © and a clean, dry container with you into the toilet, collect your urine in the container; only now open the foil pouch of a test cassette.
    2. Remove the test cassette and the pipette and place them on a flat surface.
    3. Take a few drops of the urine sample with the help of the enclosed pipette. Hold the pipette with the urine sample vertically over the sample well (see arrow) and place 3 to 4 drops on it. Please note that you do not apply any liquid to the result window – indicated by (T) and (C).
    4. Leave the test cassette and wait 5 minutes – (Caution: false-positive results can occur after more than 10 minutes).
    5. Do the second test in 7 days.

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    HOW TO EVALUATE THE RESULTS

    There are 3 ways your test can fail:

    There are 3 options:

    1. If the concentration of FSH is high, it will bind to anti-FSH antibodies on the test line (T) and produce a visible reddish line. You will also see a reddish line on the control line (C). Your result is positive and it is likely that your possible symptoms are related to your menopause. Only your doctor can finally confirm this.
    2. If the FSH concentration in your urine is low, only the control line (C) will turn reddish in color. It does not matter how strong or weak the control line is. Your result is negative. This also applies if you also see a weaker line in the test field (T). If both test results are negative, but you have symptoms that you suspect to be menopausal, please contact your doctor. Oral contraceptives, hormone therapy or ingested estrogen can affect the FSH level and, for example, cause false-negative results.
    3. Your result is invalid, if you do not see a control line (C), then the test did not run correctly and is invalid. Please check whether you have followed all the points in the instructions for use exactly. Please do a new test with a new urine sample.

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    PRECAUTIONS

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    In addition to the content from the test kit, you will need:

    How to Prepare:

    Here’s how to do the test:

    1. In the morning, take your watch or mobile phone, the I AM IN THE TEST © and a clean, dry container with you into the toilet, collect your urine in the container; only now open the foil pouch of a test cassette.
    2. Remove the test cassette and the pipette and place them on a flat surface.
    3. Take a few drops of the urine sample with the help of the enclosed pipette. Hold the pipette with the urine sample vertically over the sample well (see arrow) and place 3 to 4 drops on it. Please note that you do not apply any liquid to the result window – indicated by (T) and (C).
    4. Leave the test cassette and wait 5 minutes – (Caution: false-positive results can occur after more than 10 minutes).
    5. Do the second test in 7 days.

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    There are 3 ways your test can fail:

    There are 3 options:

    1. If the concentration of FSH is high, it will bind to anti-FSH antibodies on the test line (T) and produce a visible reddish line. You will also see a reddish line on the control line (C). Your result is positive and it is likely that your possible symptoms are related to your menopause. Only your doctor can finally confirm this.
    2. If the FSH concentration in your urine is low, only the control line (C) will turn reddish in color. It does not matter how strong or weak the control line is. Your result is negative. This also applies if you also see a weaker line in the test field (T). If both test results are negative, but you have symptoms that you suspect to be menopausal, please contact your doctor. Oral contraceptives, hormone therapy or ingested estrogen can affect the FSH level and, for example, cause false-negative results.
    3. Your result is invalid, if you do not see a control line (C), then the test did not run correctly and is invalid. Please check whether you have followed all the points in the instructions for use exactly. Please do a new test with a new urine sample.

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