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Hormone & Fertility Testing

  • Virtual health assessment
  • A personalised Hertility testing kit tailored to your symptoms
  • Comprehensive results in your Health Hub

£149

Your hormones regulate your fertility and also play a big role in important body functions such as metabolism, sleep, development, and overall mood. A small change in your hormone levels can have a big impact on your overall health, so hormone testing can help you monitor your general wellbeing, and fertility.

Why do a Hormone & Fertility Test?

Testing your hormones can help get to the bottom of your symptoms and highlight any imbalances. It can also help you understand your fertility by giving you an insight into your ovarian reserve, ovulation, cycle, and your overall reproductive hormone health, so you can get to know your unique biology and help plan your journey to conception.

Just Curious

Just Curious

Your hormone health can be a great indicator of underlying reproductive health conditions as well as give you an insight into your unique biology.

Experiencing Symptoms

Experiencing Symptoms

Heavy periods, Acne, Excessive hair growth or loss, Vaginal dryness, Night sweats, Weight gain or trouble losing weight

Planning for the future

Planning for the future

A hormone and fertility test can indicate underlying conditions which may affect your chances of conception. It can provide you with insight on what next steps to take, should you need to.

Actively trying to conceive

Actively trying to conceive

Testing your hormones can give you an insight into any steps or information that you may need to ensure a successful, healthy pregnancy.

After the age of 30 the chance of falling naturally pregnant each cycle is 20%

80% of women suffer from hormonal imbalance

1 in 8 women with PID experience infertility

What do we test?

We tailor each test according to you and your reproductive goals. Our test panel includes your menstrual cycle hormones, such as follicle-stimulating hormone, luteinising hormone and oestradiol to assess your cycle health. We also test anti-mullerian hormones to give an insight into your ovarian reserve, thyroid-stimulating hormone and more, depending on the answers you give in your Virtual Health Assessment.

How does it work?

Speak with Fertility Experts

Your options for speaking with a fertility expert are; to book a virtual results consultation with one of our expert clinicians or to book a clinic consultation at one of our highly-rated partner clinics to discuss your next steps. We work around you, to give you control of your reproductive journey.

Virtual Results Consultation + Hormone and Fertility Test

Receive a Hormone and Fertility test (£149) and a Virtual Results Consultation (£100) with one of our expert clinicians.

£249

Clinic consultation + Hormone and Fertility Test

Receive a Hormone and Fertility test (£149) and a clinic consultation (£150) at one of our partner clinics.

£299

FAQ’s

Best to test? We recommend collecting your sample in the morning within the first 3-4 hours of waking up, after your body has fasted for at least 8 hours.

But don’t go thirsty! It’s important your body is well hydrated to encourage your blood flow, so be sure to drink plenty of water before testing.

Get prepped! Remove all the items from the box and read through the instructions. Make sure the cap is removed from the collection tube before you begin.

The warmer the better! It’s important that your hand is nice and warm to increase your blood flow, so either collect your sample after a hot shower, or submerge your hand into hot water for at least 5 minutes.

Find your finger! Dry your hand off, and choose the finger you’ll be pricking - we suggest the outer-fleshy part of your ring or baby finger. Sterilise your finger with the alcohol wipe and let it dry.

Time to prick! Twist off the lancet (don’t worry you won’t see a needle) and press it firmly down on your finger. Wipe away the first drop of blood with a clean tissue.

Get down low! Use a low surface for the collection tube - get gravity on your side! Stand up and hold your arm down to allow blood to drip into the tube.

Massage that hand! Massage down your hand firmly - starting from the palm down to the end of your finger - making sure not to squeeze the piercing. If you can't get enough blood for the sample - just re-pierce with a spare lancet!

Hertility tests are suited for women and AFABs between the ages of 18-45. No matter what stage you’re at on your fertility journey, we’re here for you.

Just curious - Scratching your head about your reproductive health? Or maybe you just want to get in tune with your body, we’ve got you.

Experiencing symptoms - Feel like somethings up? From painful periods to no periods at all - our aim is to give you the answers you deserve.

Planning for the future - Not ready for kids yet? Too busy living your best life - travelling, climbing the career ladder, and dating? We’ll give you control of your fertility future.

Actively trying to conceive - Part of the #TTC community and need some guidance? Our eggsperts can guide you through your fertility journey.

With our Virtual Health Assessment, we customise each test to suit your own health needs and the stage you’re at in your fertility journey. Your personalised results will give you an insight into your fertility future, and if needed, we can guide you down the correct care pathway.

Different hormones must be tested on certain days of your cycle. For example:

Hormones such as Anti-Müllerian Hormone (AMH), Thyroid-Stimulating Hormone (TSH) and Prolactin (Prl) can be tested at any point in your cycle. However, some hormones such as Follicle stimulating hormone (FSH), Luteinizing hormone (LH), and Oestradiol (E2) must be tested on the third day of your menstrual cycle to optimise their measurement.

Progesterone should be tested 7 days before your cycle ends, so if you have a 28 day cycle, you would test on day 21.

With our Virtual Health Assessment, we tailor each test to suit your health needs and the stage you’re at in your fertility journey. Your answers determine which hormones to test and on what day of your cycle.

It’s also best to test in the morning, within 3-4 of waking up after fasting for at least 8 hours. Some hormones can also fluctuate throughout the day - so collecting your sample first thing gives the most accurate readings.

Every test is a peek into your fertility at that point in time, however, your fertility is continuously changing alongside your age, lifestyle, and environment.

It’s good practice to be #ReProductive with your fertility and retest your hormones every 3- 12 months.

Routine testing can help you evaluate how your fertility hormones are changing. It not only gives you the most up to date information to make decisions about your fertility, but would also be valuable medical history in case you ever need fertility treatment.

We recommend collecting your sample first thing in the morning before breakfast, as you would have fasted for at least 8 hours.

Eating can affect certain hormone levels, so if you have eaten before taking your test, the results may not be accurate, however, water is fine.

If you have eaten before taking the test, don’t worry. Your kit has a shelf life of 6 months - so you can always hold off until next month!

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