Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) Panel- Advance


Includes: 48 tests

CBC, ESR, BSF, HbA1C, KFT, LH, FSH, LH/FSH Ratio, PRL, TSH, Testosterone Total, Insulin Fasting

Fasting Information

Fasting 8-10 Hrs Fasting Required

Reports Information

Get Reports in Within 15 Hrs

Home Collection Information

Home Collection Available

Age Group Information.

Age Group 15-45 years

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Test Criteria

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Who is eligible for a PCOS panel Comprehensive test ?

• The female with irregular periods, ovarian cysts, and facial hair must schedule the test.• Women having weight gain, acne, skin darkening, and pain in the pelvis should opt for PCOS screening.• Schedule the test if you are facing issues in getting pregnant.• Previous family history of PCOD.

Why take the PCOS panel comprehensive test?

• PCOS panel comprehensive test detects elevated levels of FSH, LH, testosterone, and prolactin for analysis of cysts in the ovaries.• The screening helps clinicians provide infertility treatment and increase the chances of conception.• It helps control thyroid, cholesterol, and blood glucose levels to prevent diabetes, thyroid, and heart diseases.• Early detection is the key to preventing serious health concerns later in life.

What are the benefits of the comprehensive PCOS panel test?

• The PCOS test panel helps doctors to treat infertility issues with the detection of ovarian cysts by analyzing hormone levels in the blood.• The other problems related to PCOS, like diabetes, thyroid, and high cholesterol levels, can be controlled.• Early screening helps to prevent chronic health conditions.• The fertility specialist can treat irregular, late, or missed periods.

Test Parameters

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Follicle Simulating Hormone (FSH) (1)

Glucose Fasting (BSF) (1)

Haemogram (CBC + ESR) (27)

HbA1C (Glycosylated Haemoglobin) (2)

Insulin Fasting (1)

Kidney Function Test (KFT) (11)

LH/FSH Ratio (1)

Luteinizing Hormone (LH) (1)

Prolactin (PRL) (1)

Testosterone Total (1)

TSH 3rd Generation (1)


Q. How can I book my test?

A. If you are planning to book diagnostic tests with Redcliffe Labs, then it is quite a simple and smooth process. All you have to do is just call us and our well trained and patient-friendly representatives will book an appointment for you. Also, you can book the test online by visiting our website and as soon as we get your query within no time we will make sure to book the appointment for you.

Q. In how much time will I get my test report?

A. Redcliffe Labs knows how important the timing is when it comes to health checkups. We make sure that reports are sent to you as soon as possible so that you can begin with the right treatment and medications on time. You will get your reports within 48 hours.

Q. Where can I see or get my test results?

A. You can receive your test results at your given email address or on your phone number and also on WhatsApp. Redcliffe Labs makes sure to send precise and timely reports following the highest standards to maintain quality.

Q. Is home sample collection available for PCOD Test?

A. Yes, home sample collection is available for the diagnostic tests as per your needs. Once the test is booked as per your diagnostic requirements, our expert phlebotomist will reach your given address to collect the sample.
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PCOD or Polycystic ovarian disorder has led to taking the female world by storm. It is a condition that involves many young women in the country at present. It is a problem that strikes the door of a woman at an early stage, hence quite a huge number of women have to experience this issue. PCOD is known to be a usual endocrine disorder of unknown aetiology that affects around 5-10% of women of their reproductive age. 

The common age group suffering from PCOD problems includes 18-45 years of females. It is essential for every female to comprehend the diseases in the beginning, including their causes, symptoms, and risks in the future. Women can do this by considering a test for PCOD from renowned health diagnostic services like Redcliffe Labs.

It is also important to understand that PCOD is categorized by small cysts present in the female ovaries. The problem involves making the ovary enlarged and leading to the massive formation of estrogen and androgen hormone causing health issues. 

Redcliffe Labs has been delivering health diagnostic services for years. We ensure that the patient is being treated under the best care. So, if you are also experiencing the problem then you can anytime reach out to us.

PCOD is not the only cause of infertility however, it may cause problems for couples when trying to conceive as it is related to the hormonal health issue.

What is PCOD?

Polycystic ovarian disease or PCOD is a clinical condition in which the female ovaries initiate forming the eggs that are immature or partially mature in massive numbers and with time it transforms into cysts in ovaries. Because of this, ovaries become large and lead to the secretion of a huge number of hormones. 

It results in causing issues like infertility, hair loss, abnormal weight gain, and irregular menstrual cycles. A blood test can diagnose this situation. It can be managed and controlled by adapting the health habits such as a healthy diet and lifestyle changes.

If we look into the statistics, then researchers have studied that around 10% of females across the world are suffering from the PCOD problem. Compared to PCOS then it involves producing a higher number of male hormones than normal. It is a hormonal imbalance that majorly causes the issue when a female is trying to get pregnant. Therefore, it is crucial to reach out to the best diagnostic services like Redcliffe Labs offering the best PCOD test price .

How is the PCOD test done?

There are a variety of PCOD tests that can be performed to check your reproductive health. Here are these tests:

Firstly, blood tests are recommended by the doctor to evaluate the problem. It will help in measuring these hormone levels.

  • Follicle-stimulating hormone or FSH is the test performed to assess the issue as it is responsible to identify your efficiency of getting pregnant. If your level is lower than normal, then it is an indication of PCOD.
  • Luteinizing hormone is also the test that is performed as it helps in encouraging ovulation. High levels indicate the issue of PCOD in females.
  • Testosterone is the hormone for sex which is known to be higher in females dealing with PCOD.
  • Estrogen is the hormone allowing females to get their periods. High levels are supposed to be the sign of PCOD.

What is the cost of a PCOD test ?

PCOD Profile test is intended to monitor the patients having Polycystic ovarian disorder. And the cost for this relies on gynecology centre to centre. We at Redcliffe Labs ensured integrating the best and economical price. There may be other tests involved with this condition and it includes tests like FSH, LH, Testosterone, etc. so it would be better for you to book the test online and know everything related to the PCOD test price .

PCOD diagnosis

PCOD is a condition that involves physical findings affecting the body systems and is diagnosed via blood tests and imaging. Doctors will question the clinical history relying on the signs like unwanted male-pattern hair growth, irregular periods, abnormal periods, etc. The healthcare provider will also ask you about your lifestyle habits such as smoking, drinking, etc. You also may have to provide the details of medications, supplements, and vitamins you are consuming on a regular basis.

Gynecologist will ask you for the following examination to diagnose PCOD:

  • He/she may ask you to get a pelvic examination did that involves the reproductive system such as masses, any growth, and abnormalities.
  • You will also get the recommendation for a blood test as it will help in understanding the levels of the hormone, which includes fasting lipid profile, and high-density lipoprotein.
  • Imaging tests are also recommended for checking the ovaries size, uterus lining, and ovaries cysts.

There will be the evaluation of additional tests to identify the complications and it may involve anxiety and depression screening, obstructive sleep apnea screening, and periodical monitoring of glucose tolerance, cholesterol levels, and blood pressure monitoring.

PCOD causes

The PCOD causes are not known but there is the association of this issue with excess insulin, formation of male hormones in massive numbers, genetic issues, low-grade inflammation, etc. There are also other reasons such as unhealthy lifestyle, unhealthy diet, menarche etc. leads to aggravating the PCOD problem.

PCOD symptoms

PCOD is identified as the reproductive health condition in females that takes place in the early stages. This is one main reason that most of the women fail to notice any signs and also don’t have the right information about the problem. Thus, it becomes very important to observe the signs beforehand so that timely treatment can be taken. Here are the major symptoms of PCOD:

  • If you have been observing irregularity in periods, you must get in touch with a gynecologist to get the PCOD panel test done. When periods are occurring every two to three months, you shouldn’t be ignoring this sort of sign then.
  • Heavy bleeding or Menorrhagia is also known to be one of the major signs that shouldn’t be overlooked. It is the direct indication of PCOD health problems.
  • When there is the constant growth of unusual body and facial hair, you should understand that it is PCOD.
  • One of the prominent signs is stubborn ache which involves refusing to heal with the usual treatments. It is because of the excessive peripheral androgen.
  • If you are not able to control your weight specifically around the waist area then it is a sign of PCOD.
  • Other signs of PCOD that you should not ignore are infertility, male-pattern baldness and frequent headaches.

PCOD complications

Every female body thinks that what is happening to the body, is because they have PCOD. It is essential to know that high androgen levels can lead to affecting female health. Here are the complications of PCOD that needs clinical attention:

  • You may have to experience the problem of abnormal uterine bleeding. So, when you see this kind of complication make sure to get in touch with gynecology services for a PCOD test.
  • Infertility or hypertension infertility is another complication that can be caused by the PCOD problem.
  • There can be risks like high blood sugar, heart diseases, diabetes, high blood pressure, and stroke.
  • Non-alcoholic steatohepatitis is also another complication that can be aggravated due to PCOD.
  • There is the problem of sleep apnoea but is probable among the overweight and leads to causing the constant pauses in breathing during the night interfering with sleep.
  • Chances of endometrial cancer also rise because of this health problem.
  • Miscarriages are a very common complication when a woman is suffering from a PCOD problem.

How to book the PCOD test with Redcliffe Labs?

If you have decided to book the PCOD test with Redcliffe Labs and want to know the appointment scheduling process, then it is quite simple. You just have to visit our website and you will find the book appointment section on the page. You need to click on it and fill in all the required details. Once you are done with it and submit the form, our team will get in touch with you to obtain the necessary details. Secondly, you can also directly call us to schedule the appointment.

Choosing Redcliffe Labs

Redcliffe Labs has been in the diagnostic industry for decades now and have been successfully delivering the kind of treatment every patient requires from us. We are among the top emerging healthcare diagnostic services in the country at present. You can find a comprehensive range of health Checkup packages and diagnostic services with us. These health check-ups are full-body check-up, smart full-body check-up, etc. You don’t have to worry about physically visiting the labs, because we offer at-home blood sample collection.

We realize how problematic it can be for a woman to experience reproductive health-related issues especially when it is not only a condition like PCOD but also causing issues like infertility. We ensure that the reports are delivered on time and with complete maintaining of accuracy under strict quality guidelines of NABL and ISO.

Frequently Asked Questions
What is the main reason for PCOD?
Obesity or an unhealthy lifestyle is the main cause of PCOD.
    What are the starting symptoms of PCOD?
    Weight gain, acne on the skin, excessive hair loss and thinning, increased androgen levels, and irregular periods are the starting symptoms of PCOD.
      What is the difference between PCOD and PCOS?
      In PCOS, many cysts form, which may grow in size and may cause missed periods and infertility-like conditions. It is a syndrome and a more severe form of ovarian disease. While PCOD is a less severe form of the condition, it may have smaller cysts and periods that are more or less irregular, making it more common than PCOS.
        What should not eat in Pcod?
        Unhealthy carbs, refined foods, red meat, and high sugar intake should be avoided in PCOD.
          Can Pcod be cured?
          PCOD can be cured by maintaining weight and following a healthy lifestyle and exercise.
            When to get PCOD test done?
            If someone has irregular periods, shows more visible symptoms of male hormones, and has a high BMI.
              MRP 4350/-1599/-