The Fertility Home Blood Test is ideal for anyone looking to conceive, undertake family planning for the future or simply gain insight into their own fertility. This simple and straightforward test kit is suitable for home use and can give you insight into your fertility by measuring hormone levels in your blood. Fertility naturally declines with age, so it’s always best to have a good idea of where you stand. It can also help to explain symptoms you may be experiencing relating to your menstrual cycle or menstrual system.
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How it works
After purchasing your Blood Test we will deliver it for free.
When we receive your test kit, please allow 5 days for us to process the results.
You will receive an email letting you know when your results are ready.
Your results will be available to download from your personal downloads folder.
IMPORTANT: Post your blood sample on the same day as testing to prevent your blood from being heamolysed which will result in re-testing.
Hormones: Hormones govern every activity of your body, from growth and metabolism to reproduction and your sleep cycle. Even a small imbalance in your hormone levels can have a significant impact on your health, affecting your mood and energy levels as well as fertility and libido. Hormones are known as chemical messengers which are manufactured in your glands and released into your bloodstream. They instruct your body in everything it does – regulating appetite, growth, mood and reproduction. Generally they keep the body functioning and in balance. Hormone disorders are common and can often be put right through hormone replacement therapy or lifestyle changes. Hormone levels fluctuate throughout the day and, for women, through the reproductive cycle.
Why take this test?
You want to check your ovarian reserve is appropriate for your age
You are considering IVF and have been advised to have an AMH test
You want to use AMH to investigate polycystic ovaries
Prepare for your fertility (AMH) Blood Test by following these instructions. Hormonal contraception can affect the results of this test. Taking a break from this and waiting for your periods to restart before your blood test will give more accurate results. Do not take biotin supplements for 2 days before this test, discuss this with your doctor if it is prescribed.