Hormone & Fertility Test

£149

Get absolute clarity on what’s going on inside your body. Start by telling us a bit about you, your symptoms and why you’re here. Then, we'll then create a personalised hormone blood test, just for you, using our machine learning algorithm.

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Is this for you?

If you want to get to the bottom of your symptoms, understand your fertility by getting insights on your reproductive health and take careful actions in planning your journey to conception then this is the test for you.

Are you one of these? We’ve got you covered.

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Actively trying to Conceive

Determine whether a hormonal imbalance may affect your fertility or chances of getting pregnant by measuring thyroid and menstrual cycle hormones and assessing conditions.

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Experiencing symptoms

Find out if you may have a reproductive health condition such as polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), fibroids or primary ovarian insufficiency (POI) as well as signposting other conditions such as endometriosis.

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Planning for the future

Your Anti-Müllerian hormone (AMH) levels provide a good indication of ovarian reserve and fertility as these hormones are produced in your ovarian follicles, where your eggs grow.

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Just curious

Find out whether you have a hormonal imbalance and why you're experiencing symptoms like hormonal acne, ovulation pain, and irregular periods.

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Reproductive care that makes sense

Traditional routes to care

Multiple appointments 3 appointments in 1: Health assessment, hormone blood test and report
Years before getting a diagnosis Detection and diagnosis of gynaecological conditions within days
Bills up to £1,200+ at a fertility clinic for hormone blood tests Just £149 for a personalised hormone blood test
Waiting lists and long commutes At home test within 72 hours and results within 10 days
Fragmented services with no aftercare or solutions Everything from testing to treatment all under one roof. Our private gynaecologists are on hand to discuss your results

How it works

Free initial consultation

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Complete your online consultation and receive a personalised hormone blood test, analysing up to 10 hormones.

We’ll deliver to your home within 3 days.

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Collect your sample

02

Our finger-prick blood test kit has everything you need to collect your sample, ideally on day 3 of your menstrual cycle.

Post to our laboratory using our free returns envelope.

Receive your results

03

Our accredited laboratory will analyse your hormone blood test within 10 days and upload the results to your online dashboard.

Receive a comprehensive report from one of our private gynaecologists.

Book video consultation

04

Book a consultation with one of our private gynaecologists to discuss your results and next steps, online or in person in London.

* At an additional charge

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What will you get?

Free health assessment and personalised hormone and fertility test

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Personalised blood test delivered straight to your door with everything you need to collect your sample

Science-backed hormone and symptom analysis and private gynaecologist report uploaded to your dashboard

1-1 Video Consultation *

Book a video consultation with a private gynaecologist or fertility specialist to discuss your results and next steps.

* At an additional charge of £100

Which hormones we test

We personalise each test to you, identifying which hormones will give you the clarity you’re looking for. Depending on your symptoms and reproductive goals, your personalised test could include menstrual cycle hormones, thyroid hormones and indicators of ovarian reserve.

Here’s an overview of which hormones we test and why

Triiodothyronine (T3)

Tested for

Metabolism, weight, fatigue, skin, hair, heart, digestion, nervous system, ovulation

Why

T3 helps to screen for an overactive or underactive thyroid, which can impact your general health and ovulation.

Thyroxine (T4)

Tested for

Metabolism, weight, fatigue, skin, hair, heart, digestion, nervous system, ovulation

Why

T4 helps to screen for an overactive or underactive thyroid, which can impact your general health and ovulation.

Thyroid-stimulating Hormone (TSH)

Tested for

Metabolism, weight, fatigue, skin, hair, heart, digestion, nervous system, ovulation

Why

TSH helps to screen for an overactive or underactive thyroid, which can impact your general health and ovulation.

Prolactin

Tested for

Ovulation, hormone modulation, stress

Why

Too much prolactin can negatively impact your ovulation and periods.

Luteinising hormone (LH)

Tested for

Menstruation, Ovulation

Why

LH is vital for a healthy menstrual cycle, it triggers ovulation and can signpost reproductive health conditions.

Estradiol (E2)

Tested for

Egg maturation, Menstruation, Womb lining, skin, hair, breasts, libido, bones, heart, mood, digestion

Why

E2 is vital for a healthy menstrual cycle and can signpost reproductive health conditions.

Follicle-stimulating Hormone (FSH)

Tested for

Menstruation, Egg maturation

Why

FSH is vital for a healthy menstrual cycle, helps us understand ovarian function and can signpost reproductive health conditions.

Sex Hormone Binding Globulin (SHBG)

Tested for

Hormone modulation

Why

SHBG regulates testosterone and estrogen levels so it helps us interpret your results.

Anti-Müllerian Hormone (AMH)

Tested for

Egg Reserve, Ovulation

Why

AMH is released by the follicles which house your eggs so it’s a useful indicator of your ‘ovarian reserve.’ It can also help indicate PCOS.

Testosterone

Tested for

Growth & repair, metabolism, skin, libido, mood

Why

Testosterone helps us to identify causes of symptoms and can signpost reproductive health conditions such as PCOS.

How to take the test

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Prepare

Lay out everything in your kit and follow our step by step guide.

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Prick

Warm up your hands, clean your finger then pierce it using a lancet.

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Fill

Let the blood droplets fill the tube to the top line then close the cap.

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Send

Label the tube, prepare the box and then post it on the same day.

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It’s always best to test first thing in the morning, within 3-4 hours of waking up, having fasted for at least 8 hours. Some of your hormones will fluctuate throughout the day so collecting your sample first thing will ensure we get the most accurate readings.


However, the day that you collect your sample will depend on a few things that we’ve outlined below.


You’re on hormonal contraception

If you are on hormonal contraception then you can test on any day. But if you’re not on hormonal contraception, you should test on day 3 of your period (day 1 is the first day of bleeding). Different hormones are at different levels throughout your cycle but on day 3, we know that your hormones will be at baseline so we can get the most accurate results.


Your flow only lasts 1-2 days

If you only have one or two days of full flow, go ahead and test on day 2 of your period, or the day after your full flow begins.


You have irregular periods

If you have irregular periods, waiting for day 3 can be tricky. Don’t worry, your Hertility test has a shelf-life of 6 months so test on day 3 if you can. But if your cycle is longer than 45 days, go ahead and test on any day as it might be difficult to know where you are in your cycle. It's better to test sooner rather than keep you waiting for answers.

We know doing an at-home blood test can be tricky, especially if it’s your first time, but we’re always here to help. If you can’t collect enough blood after using 3 lancets, get in touch and we’ll guide you through each step. You can email info@hertilityhealth.com, call 0808 501 5860 or DM us on Instagram @hertility_health.


Our top tips? Watch our how-to video for a full run through. Then make sure you’re hydrated and nice and warm before collecting your sample! If you’re unable to collect your sample yourself, we can send a nurse to come to your house and do it for you. Just head to your Health Hub to book.

We often get asked if you can test whilst using hormonal contraception. The short answer? Yes you can! The (slightly) longer answer? If you’re on hormonal contraception, we won't be able to include all the hormones in your personalised blood test. But, we can still test for Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH), Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH) and Free T4 which will give you an insight into your ovarian reserve and general hormone health.


If you’d like to get insight into your menstrual cycle hormones then we’d recommend waiting for 3 months after coming off contraception. This gives your hormones the time to go back to their natural levels so we can get accurate results.

Your test will arrive within 3 days from the time your order is placed.

Changed your mind? We get it. Circumstances change. However due to health and safety reasons, once your test has been dispatched, it can’t be returned. However, if you pop us an email at info@hertilityhealth.com within 14 days, we can offer you a partial refund (we just need to cover the cost of the test and the shipping fees)

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