What happens when you get tested for hormone imbalance? Is it blood testing?

Yes, and others. Typically, it involves giving a detailed history, having a physical examination, doing blood testing, and also having a pelvic ultrasound examination.

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I am 23 and have some symptoms of hormonal imbalance (based on Internet search). What kind of doctor/blood test is suitable?

Start with primary. care doctor. It would be useful to start with your primary care doctor who can evaluate your general health and recommend a specialist. It may be an endocrinologist or gynecologist, depending on the issues uncovered by the primary care doctor. Read more...

My periods are irregular, it gets extended by atleast 6-7 days every month. I did the blood test for hormonal imbalance everything is normal. The so?

Irregular periods. Normal length of menstrual cycle can be from 21 to 35 days. This number is usually steady. Many factors can change the cycle: hormonal changes, stress, pregnancy, birth control pills, low body fat, severe weight loss or overweight, extreme exercise and others. If the change is new, a consult with a gyn is needed. Read more...