Suresign Menopause Rapid Test

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Suresign Menopause Rapid Tests are take-home menopause tests that can be used to diagnose menopause with 99% accuracy.

Pack Size: 2 Tests

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What is the Suresign menopause test?

The Suresign menopause test detects follicle stimulating hormones (FSH) in urine to aid in the detection of menopause (also known as an FSH test for menopause, or simply as a menopause urine test).

The Suresign menopause test is a simple and easy-to-use home menopause test that can return over 99% accurate results in just 3 minutes.

How does the Suresign menopause test work?

The Suresign menopause test works by detecting the presence of follicle stimulating hormones (FSH) in urine. FSH is a hormone that is produced by the pituitary gland to help regulate ovulation. As a woman approaches menopause, their FSH levels tend to rise because the ovaries become less responsive to FSH. Suresign menopause tests detect this change in FSH levels, aiding in the detection of menopause.

How to use the Suresign menopause test

To use the Suresign menopause test, take one (1) of the two devices provided in the menopause test kit and remove it from its protective sachet. Take off the cap and hold the absorbent tip of the device under a urine stream for at least 10 seconds or in a urine sample for at least 10 seconds. Do not expose the testing window (where the results show) to urine.

Once the 10 seconds have elapsed, put the cap back on the device and place the device on a dry and flat surface with the results window facing upwards. Please wait for 3 minutes before reading the results.

To confirm whether the device indicates a positive menopause test, two lines will appear in the C region of the testing window of the device. If the line in the C region of the testing window is lighter than before, the test is also deemed to be positive.

To confirm whether the device indicates a negative menopause test, only one line will appear in the C region of the testing window of the device. If there is a faded line in the T region of the testing window of the device, the test is also deemed to be negative.

If one (1) line is visible in the T region of the testing window of the device after using it, the results are deemed inaccurate and require another test.

Please make sure to place the device on a clean surface and wash hands thoroughly before and after to avoid contamination and the spread of bacteria.

Here are some additional tips for using the Suresign menopause test kit:

  • Make sure that the test device and urine sample are at room temperature before testing
  • Do not open the test device pouch until you are ready to use it
  • Do not overfill the test device with urine

Please be advised that this test is designed solely to be used externally (outside of the body).

How long does it take for the Suresign menopause test to work?

The Suresign test for menopause takes at least 3 minutes to return results. Thereafter, test results remain accurate for 10 minutes.

Interpreting the results from the Suresign menopause test

The table below outlines how to interpret the results of a Suresign menopause test. This information can also be found in the insert found inside the Suresign Menopause (FSH) Rapid Test Midstream (Urine) packaging.


1st Test 2nd Test Interpretation & Actions
Positive Positive Most likely indicates perimenopause. Do not immediately discontinue contraception. Discuss potential ways to alleviate perimenopausal symptoms with your GP.
Positive Negative May indicate early stages of perimenopause. Do not immediately discontinue contraception.
Negative Positive May indicate early stages of perimenopause. Do not immediately discontinue contraception.
Negative Negative Most likely not experiencing perimenopause this cycle. If symptoms persist, repeat the tests in the following month OR review other possible causes for symptoms.


Who can use Suresign menopause tests?

The Suresign menopause test can be used by women of any age. However, it is most commonly used by women aged 45 to 55 as women in this age bracket are most likely to be approaching menopause (perimenopausal) or already in menopause.

Where can I buy Suresign menopause test kits in the UK?

Suresign menopause test kits can be bought from online pharmacies at more competitive prices than high street pharmacies in the UK. You can buy Suresign menopause test kits from Pharmica as it is a fully licensed pharmacy that is rated 4.9/5 for offering a safe and trusted online pharmacy service.

Do you need a prescription to buy Suresign menopause tests?

No, a prescription is not required to buy Suresign menopause tests.

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Content last updated: 08 Nov 2023

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