They go lots of time by (subjective) feelings rather than by numbers from tests.
I think that we on this board have a workable system, even if there are discussions about details.
Women are different than men, not only because of their different hormone levels but also because of menstrual cycles.
I think that older women that are after menopause could use our system,
test blood (or also urine & saliva)
make needed changes using human hormones.
With younger, menstruating ladies it is more complicated, and menstrual cycle have to be accounted for.
Amount of hormones used by women are much smaller and easier transferable as transdermals or intra-vaginaly.
I think good education can be had by watching the sample test reports by (former Great Smokies Laboratory) Genova Diagnostics.
Women's Hormonal Health Assessment
GDX - Women's Hormonal Health Assessment
GDX Women's Hormonal Health Assessment Sample Reports
There is three reports
premenopausal women (500K),
menopausal women (500K),
or women on HRT (552K).
Wish men's reports from Quest were arranged in such easy to read way.
Note time when testing should happen, specially for premenaposal women.
The other way would be to contact compounding pharmacies.
Specially those ran by FIACP's.
Described in my post #56
Jan's BloodTest April13/2007
As for blood test at the moment I have nothing better than my list, save that PSA.