Whether you’re currently looking to start a family or you’re thinking about pregnancy in the future; understanding your fertility status is an important part of your journey. When you know more, educated decisions will become easier to make and you can begin to take those next steps towards an exciting chapter of your life!
How do you check female fertility from home?
Whether you don’t have the time to make a trip to the doctor or you’d prefer to check your fertility status at home in your own time; the most reliable way to check female fertility from home is with an at-home fertility lab test.
LetsGetChecked’s range of Female Fertility Tests provide a broad picture of a woman’s hormonal health. This can provide you with an insight into your current fertility status with online results available in just 5 days and medical support available over-the-phone for support and guidance.
When you should check your fertility
You should consider taking a female hormone test if:
- You’re looking to start a family
- You’re thinking about pregnancy down the line
- You’re interested in knowing more about your hormone levels
- You’re experiencing symptoms of hormonal imbalance
Symptoms of hormonal imbalance
Some of the most common causes of hormonal imbalance include age, chronic stress, weight, cancer treatment or the use of certain medications.
Common symptoms or signs of hormonal imbalance include:
- Irregular periods, heavier or lighter periods, or a total cessation of periods
- Weight gain or difficulty losing weight
- Feeling tired all of the time
- Mood changes
- Vaginal dryness
- Pain during sex
- Acne on the face, back or chest
- Hair growth on the face, chin and breasts
The best way to check female fertility from home is with an at-home female fertility lab test.
LetsGetChecked’s range of Female Fertility Tests offer a comprehensive insight into your hormones, providing you with a clear idea of your fertility status. Online results will be available to you within 5 days as well as a follow-up with one of our dedicated nurses to discuss your results and the next steps.