Send Message
Home News

company news about Understanding a Mother’s Health Journey

China Hangzhou AllTest Biotech CO.,LTD certification
Customer Reviews
We recently started selling your HCG tests via our Australian partner and have been very impressed with the quality and consistency of the tests. They seem to be superior to our current manufacturer and we also know that you are far more reliable in terms of production times and communication.

—— One customer from Europe

We would like to explore the possibility of switching our HCG tests over to you. We have been reluctant in the past to move everything over to you as it makes us very reliant on you. However, we have always found you to be by far the most reliable of all our Chinese manufacturers and so we feel comfortable strengthening our partnership further

—— One customer from Europe

I like the products and service provided by AllTest. They really take our interest into consideration.

—— Mr John Smith England

My oldest daughter actually has Lyme disease. She spent almost 1 year in a wheelchair because of Lyme. She is doing very well now. I used 2 of the samples. 1 to test my Lyme diagnosed daughter and 1 to test my daughter who does not have Lyme. Your tests worked well. My daughter with Lyme tested positive and the one who does not tested negative.

—— Ms Sheila

Whenever I have the requests,AllTest always give me the satisfied reply at the first time.

—— Mrs Julie Tschetter Belgium

As the old customer of AllTest since 2009, we should thank the great work have been done by AllTest to support us gain more market share and profit

—— Mr Robin Seifert Germany

I'm Online Chat Now
Company News
Understanding a Mother’s Health Journey
Latest company news about Understanding a Mother’s Health Journey

Mother’s Day is an occasion to honor mothers and an opportunity to focus on women’s health issues. Reproductive and menopausal periods are critical stages in a woman’s life, marked by significant hormonal fluctuations that lead to various health concerns.


. Reproductive Period

The reproductive phase encompasses the period from puberty to menopause and is characterized by fertility. This phase is characterized by significant hormonal changes, mainly involving estrogen and progesterone. These hormones regulate the menstrual cycle and prepare for pregnancy. However, this stage is not without its challenges and women may experience a range of symptoms and health problems.

  • Hormonal Changes: Estrogen and progesterone levels fluctuate throughout the menstrual cycle, affecting the growth and shedding of the endometrium. These hormones also have an effect on breast development, bone density and fat distribution.
  • Common Diseases: Women in their childbearing years may experience a variety of health problems such as irregular periods, dysmenorrhea, polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), endometriosis and fibroids. These conditions can lead to infertility, dysmenorrhea and abnormal menstrual bleeding.
  • Infectious Diseases: These include sexually transmitted infections (STIs) like HIV/AIDS, gonorrhea, chlamydia and human papillomavirus (HPV), which can lead to cervical cancer. Furthermore, other infectious diseases such as hepatitis B and C also affect women during this phase.


Ⅱ. Menopausal Period

Menopause marks the end of a woman's reproductive years and usually occurs around age 51. This phase is characterized by the cessation of the menstrual cycle and a decline in estrogen and progesterone levels. The transition to menopause may last for several years and is usually accompanied by a variety of symptoms.

  • Hormonal Changes: The decrease in estrogen and progesterone levels during menopause can result in vasomotor symptoms such as hot flashes and night sweats. These hormonal fluctuations also contribute to sleep disturbances, vaginal dryness and long-term health risks.
  • Common Diseases: Menopausal women are at an increased risk of developing chronic conditions, including cardiovascular disease, osteoporosis, diabetes and obesity.
  • Cancers: Women in this age are at a higher risk of developing specific cancers such as breast cancer, ovarian cancer and colorectal cancer.
  • Mental Health: The hormonal changes and physical symptoms of menopause can take a toll on mental health. Women may experience anxiety, depression and cognitive changes.


By realizing the hormonal changes and common diseases during these stages, we can better address the challenges faced by mothers. Enhancing health education, raising awareness about disease prevention, and providing comprehensive medical care are essential steps in improving the well-being of mothers.

Pub Time : 2024-05-13 09:05:40 >> News list
Contact Details
Hangzhou AllTest Biotech CO.,LTD

Contact Person: Mrs. Selina

Tel: 86-13989889852

Send your inquiry directly to us (0 / 3000)