Test your fertility and other health areas that can affect your chances of a healthy pregnancy. This test includes AMH to estimate your ovarian reserve, as well as a good overview of your overall reproductive hormone health and key markers for PCOS. Results in 3-6 working days.Clinics & Availability
Why take this test?
Learn more about your fertility
Whether you’re just curious for the future, or actively trying to conceive, this test can give you insights into your reproductive health and potential ways to improve.
Do I need to fast?
You must not eat or drink anything other than water for at least 10 hours before the test. Taken at day 3 of the menstrual cycle if you are having periods or random day if you do not have periods. Hormonal contraceptives and HRT can affect results. Avoid high dose biotin.
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Everything from the in-clinic blood draw and tracked shipment of samples to the lab, through to delivery of the results and medical report is included in the price.
This test is performed as an in-clinic blood draw by a trained health professional and the samples are analysed by UKAS accredited labs.
Markers included in the analysis
Our medical team has designed the Her Fertility to provide you with a comprehensive overview of blood markers relevant to female fertility and PCOS (polycystic ovary syndrome). It includes 39 biomarkers across 5 health areas, and a personal medical report. Click on any of the health areas for a breakdown of the markers included. You can also click on each marker to learn more. Please note that this test should be taken while fasted, and only on weekdays (Monday - Friday). This test should be taken between days 2 and 5 of your menstrual cycle, with the optimum day being day 3. The results of this test can be affected by use of hormone replacement therapy (HRT) or hormonal contraceptives. Results in 3-6 working days.
Reproductive hormones play important roles in female fertility. Imbalance in these hormones, for instance caused by PCOS, can result in irregular menstrual cycles and problems with ovulation, which in turn affects fertility. Every woman is born with a specific number of eggs in her ovaries, but with age the number of eggs (also called the ovarian reserve), decreases. The ability of the ovaries to produce the female hormone oestradiol also decreases and level of the stimulatory hormone FSH increases.
Health markersSHBG (Sex Hormone Binding Globulin)AMH (Anti-Mullerian Hormone)OestradiolFollicle Stimulating Hormone (FSH)Luteinising hormone (LH)ProlactinTotal testosteroneFree Androgen Index (FAI)
The thyroid is a gland located in the neck that produces hormones that regulates the metabolism, how we use and store energy. The thyroid profile is used to evaluate thyroid function to diagnose and control hypothyroidism and hyperthyroidism. Undiagnosed thyroid dysfunction not only makes it difficult to conceive, but can also affect the development of the unborn baby during pregnancy itself, increasing the risk for miscarriage.
Health markersFree thyroxine (FT4)Thyroid-Stimulating Hormone (TSH)
Diabetes occurs when the body’s ability to regulate the amount of blood sugar (glucose) is impaired. In type 1 diabetes the body is no longer able to produce insulin, and in the more common type 2 (which occurs more frequently with age) the body is no longer sensitive to its action. Women with elevated blood sugar levels are at greater risk of fertility challenges. Elevated blood sugar is often caused by insulin resistance, when the cells in the body are no longer able to adequately respond to the blood sugar lowering hormone insulin. This can be related to obesity, a sedentary lifestyle, or polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), the most common female reproductive disorder, affecting around 10% of women. Having elevated blood sugar already before pregnancy can increase the risk of developing gestational diabetes during pregnancy which is risky for both the mother and the baby. It is therefore important to achieve a good blood sugar level before pregnancy by making healthy lifestyle choices.
Vitamins and minerals are essential nutrients that are required by the body to work properly and stay healthy. There are 13 main types of vitamins – such as folate, and a number of minerals such as iron. The importance of folate for pregnancy is well known, but many other vitamins and minerals also affect fertilty and pregnancy. Iron deficiency can impair ovulation, making it more difficult to conceive. Ensuring that you have adequate iron stores before pregnancy is also important because iron is needed to support the growing baby, and make it possible for the baby to produce red blood cells. Low vitamin B12 levels have also been linked to fertility problems and pregnancy complications in studies. It is especially important for vegetarians and vegans to check their vitamin B12 levels as vitamin B12 is exclusively found in animal-derived products.
Health markersIronFerritinTransferrin SaturationTransferrinFolate (B9)Vitamin DVitamin B12
There are 3 main types of cells in the blood – platelets (important for stopping bleeding), white cells (to fight infection) and red cells (carries oxygen around the body). A full blood count is a good baseline test that can help diagnose a variety of conditions that can affect fertility, such as anaemia, infections and other blood disorders.
Health markersNumber of basophilsPercentage of basophilsPercentage of eosinophilsNumber of eosinophilsHaemoglobin (Hb)Leukocyte count (WBC)Number of lymphocytesPercentage of lymphocytesMean Corpuscular Haemoglobin Concentration (MCHC)Mean Corpuscular Haemoglobin (MCH)Mean Corpuscular Volume (MCV)Number of monocytesPercentage of monocytesMean Platelet Volume (MPV)Haematocrit (PCV)Red Blood Cell Count (RBC)Platelet Count (PLT)Red Cell Distribution Width (RDW)Number of neutrophilsPercentage of neutrophils
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