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Ovarian reserve test and fertility

Ovarian reserve test and fertility

Normal price €25,00 EUR
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Do you want to know how many eggs you currently have?

At-home Ovarian reserve test measures your levels of a hormone that stimulates ovulation and can provide important information about the egg quantity. Measuring FSH levels on the third day of the menstrual cycle can provide a baseline level that can be used to compare to future FSH levels.

This test kit allows you to:

🩸 One finger prick

🏠 Easy at-home blood collection kit

🧪 Lab accurate results

🕐 Results sent by email in 1-2 days

What does it measure:

Follicle-Stimulating Hormone (FSH)

What is included in your test:

☑️ The test kit includes all the necessary materials to collect the blood sample and shipment

☑️ Pre-paid shipping

☑️ Detailed instructions and training video

☑️ Digital results

☑️ Health professional support. 

When to test

FSH test is recommended to be performed during the menstrual cycle between the 3rd and 5th day of the cycle. 

The sample must be collected in the morning, before 11:30 am on Monday to Thursday, and returned on the same day on selected pick-up points or by arranging a home collection until 12:00 am.

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Who should get tested

  • This test may be important for everyone interested in knowing more about their ovarian reserve and egg quantity
  • This test is not appropriate to determine if a woman is able to conceive;
  • FSH levels fluctuate monthly and baseline levels are assessed on day 3 of the menstrual cycle. Over time more FSH is needed for the ovaries to do their job. Evaluating FSH levels is important to determine how hard your ovaries are working relative to your age.
  • This test is also recommended to anyone interested in evaluating their fertility;

FSH is an indirect measurement of the ovarian reserve since FSH is a hormone involved in the process of ovulation and not the egg number itself. 

We encourage you to share your results with your doctor once they can provide more specific guidance regarding your fertility.

What does it measure:


The pituitary gland in the brain produces a hormone called Follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) that plays a vital role in the development and maturation of ovarian follicles, ovulation, and the menstrual cycle. As we get older, our baseline FSH levels tend to rise due to a decrease in ovarian reserve, and a higher amount of FSH is needed to stimulate ovarian function. A normal FSH level may suggest that someone who ovulates has an adequate number of eggs for their reproductive stage.

  • Order the test

    Order the test kit online you want to receive it at home

  • Activate the kit

    Before starting the collection, activate your test with the code found in the kit you received

  • Collect your sample

    in the comfort of your home and send it to the laboratory by prepaid mail

  • Get the results

    Within 24h-48h after we receive your sample, you will receive the result in your email

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