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Female Fertility testing, lab results from home

Take control with the knowledge you need to plan for your future today. Understand your hormonal health from home with our female fertility testing options.

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Female Hormone Test
Extensive testing to provide a broad picture of hormonal health for key fertility insights.
Tests for:
  • Follicle Stimulating Hormone
  • Luteinizing Hormone
  • Prolactin
  • Oestradiol
Ovarian Reserve Test
This test provides insights into your ovarian reserve (your remaining eggs) and indicates if you may have more or fewer eggs than average for your age.
Tests for:
  • Anti-Mullerian Hormone
Progesterone Test
For hormone insights to help identify if ovulation has occurred (if you've released an egg that month).
Tests for:
  • Progesterone

How it works

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Order your test

All of our home collection kits are delivered in a plain envelope for a private testing experience with no appointments or waiting rooms.

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Collect your sample

Activate your test and collect your sample in the morning. Return your sample free of charge, using the prepaid shipping label provided.

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Receive accurate results

Once your sample arrives in the laboratory, your results will be available from your secure online account within 2 to 5 days.

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Get free support

If your results are abnormal, our clinical team may call you to explain your results and discuss your next steps.

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1 in 8 couples in America encounters fertility hurdles.

Source: CDC - Reproductive Health

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Empower with information

Fertility testing can be an anxious experience, but it's important to remember that regardless of your results, there are actions you can take.

As we age, our eggs age with us. Age 35 is often referred to as the age at which fertility declines. But the reality is, there is no sudden switch that turns your fertility “off".

Everybody is different. Testing helps you control the process and take the steps you need in your fertility planning.

Please note that further tests with a healthcare professional are required for a complete fertility assessment.

Personalized online dashboard

Accurate

Clinically reviewed testing process with a comprehensive and extensive panel of biomarkers

Easy to understand

No more confusing health reports. You'll receive helpful next steps and an in-depth result breakdown created by our team of experts

Empowering

Peace of mind is powerful. Your female hormone results can provide you with the insights you need to take action now.

Follicle Stimulating Hormone (FSH) Test For Females

A team you can trust

Meet your dedicated clinical team and get access to doctors and clinical experts.

Dr. Robert Mordkin: Chief Medical Officer at LetsGetChecked
Dr. Robert Mordkin

Chief Medical Officer

Jennifer Patykiewicz - Pharmacist
Jennifer Reichert

Pharmacist

Kristin O'Connor - Nurse Manager
Kristin O'Connor

Nurse Manager

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Your plan, for your family

The family planning journey is different for everybody. There is no 'wrong' time to start thinking about what is best for you, but it is important to know that age isn't just a number with fertility, and the earlier you have insights, the earlier you can take control.

With our hormone testing, you can make informed decisions with your healthcare provider and plan your unique family journey with confident decisions every step of the way.

What can cause an imbalance?

Although it is normal for hormones to fluctuate with age, they can also be affected by many factors such as medications or stress. Hormonal imbalances can also be a sign of an underlying condition.

Testing your hormone levels and discussing your results with your healthcare provider is an important step for diagnosis and treatment. Various factors, including diabetes, thyroid diseases, PCOS, infections, and surgeries, can affect fertility.

Hormonal ImbalanceHormonal Imbalance

Compare our tests

Tested for
Progesterone TestPROG
Ovarian Reserve TestOVAR
Female Hormone Test
Progesterone Hormone
Anti-Mullerian Hormone
Follicle Stimulating Hormone
Luteinizing Hormone
Prolactin
Oestradiol

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