Hormone Test Kit
With twoplus Fertility’s convenient female hormone test, visiting the clinic is a thing of the past. Get a clear view of your reproductive health right from the comfort of your home, office, or wherever else you’re at. Simply follow the hormone test kit’s instructions to mail us a small blood sample and we’ll handle the rest. Just eight drops of blood are needed, as compared to two tubes for a traditional blood test.
No clinic appointments are required and we’ve even included a return mailer with prepaid return label in every kit.
✓ Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH)
✓ Follicle Stimulating Hormone (FSH)
✓ Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH)
✓ Free Thyroxine (FT4)
✓ Prolactin (PRL)
✓ Luteinizing Hormone (LH)
✓ Estradiol (E2)
Available in the US only (except New York). Blood samples are processed in reputable CAP- and CLIA-accredited facilities that work with the top fertility clinics in the U.S.
Why Take A Female Hormone Test?
You get to skip the queue at the clinic and use this home hormone test kit in privacy and comfort, no matter where you’re at. More importantly, doing this puts you in the know and helps you plan ahead with confidence. Keeping track of your hormones helps you get ahead in discussions with your doctor or partner, financial planning, or treatment needs that could otherwise come out of nowhere.
Enjoy peace of mind when you receive a 360° view of your reproductive health. Your next steps forward are clearly laid out, putting you fully in the know while you’re on your pregnancy journey.
Your hormone levels indicate red flags, including anovulation, endometriosis, PCOS, and potentially poor IVF outcomes. When your primary care physician or gynaecologist views your hormone test report, it’ll be easier for them to make an in-depth analysis and identify any fertility obstacles.
Your hormone levels change as you age. Even if you’ve taken a hormone test before, performing another gives you a full lowdown on your body’s condition, whether you’re trying for a child now or down the road.
We work with the best testing laboratories that are trusted by top fertility clinics to ensure the accuracy of your female hormone test results.
What’s The Hormone Test Process Like?
A comprehensive and personalised hormone test report will be sent your way
Order A Test
Add a Hormone Test Kit to your order, check out, and wait for it to arrive at your doorstep. That’s really it, we promise.
Collect Blood Sample
Prick your finger and drip eight drops of blood onto the collection card. Once dry, seal it in the biospecimen bag and mail it to us.
Receive Your Results
A comprehensive and personalised hormone test report will be sent your way.
What You’ll Learn
The levels of seven important hormones listed below will be detailed in your report, which serves as an indicator of your reproductive health.
Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH)
An indicator of your ability to produce eggs. The higher it is, the more eggs you're likely to have.
Follicle Stimulating Hormone (FSH)
An important hormone that helps kick start ovulation, it can bring to attention potential issues in ovarian function.
Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH)
A hormone that controls several other hormones in our body. Lower levels may influence fertility levels and result in disrupted menstrual cycles.
Free Thyroxine (FT4)
This determines how well your thyroid is functioning. Lower levels may result in greater ease conceiving and higher embryo quality for pregnant women.
A hormone that is responsible for the production of breast milk. Higher levels in non-pregnant women may indicate anovulation and irregular periods.
Luteinizing Hormone (LH)
This hormone helps to regulate your menstrual cycle. Abnormally high levels might indicate anovulation, PCOS, or even menopause.
A form of estrogen produced primarily by the ovaries. Lower-than-usual levels might indicate early menopause.
Frequently Asked Questions.
Your hormone levels are constantly changing as you age. Taking a hormone test before you start trying to conceive puts you and your partner in the best position to plan. That’s because the test indicates how balanced each hormone level is. When you take your report to your primary care physician or gynaecologist, it’ll help them greatly in determining:
1. How fertile you are right now
2. Indications of any health conditions you may not be aware of
Regularly checking in on your hormones lets you and your partner stay ahead in your family plans. Your primary care physician and gynaecologist will appreciate the extra information too, letting them advise the best course of action. In short, you’re putting yourself in the best position to conceive.
Each hormone is vital for your reproductive health and the report will go into greater detail regarding how these affect your overall health as well. However, keep in mind that the levels are just an indicator of your fertility level. There are other factors at play when it comes to conceiving, so don’t be alarmed if your test results aren’t what you’re expecting. Speak with your primary care physician and gynaecologist and allow them to paint you the bigger picture.
You can take this female hormone test at any time, but we recommend performing it during days 2-5 of your period. For example, if you’re experiencing a full flow on Monday, collect your blood sample anytime between Tuesday and Friday.
If you need any additional assistance, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We’re more than happy to help.
After collecting your blood sample, wait for the collection card to dry fully. Then, seal it in the biospecimen bag before placing it in the included return mailer. Finally, mail it over to us within five days after collecting your blood sample. Fret not, you can track the whereabouts of your home hormone test kit after it has been mailed out.
CAP stands for the College of American Pathologists, the world’s largest organisation of board-certified pathologists. CLIA refers to the Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments, a set of U.S. federal regulatory standards for all clinical laboratory testing performed on humans in the U.S. However, clinical trials and basic research are exempted from these standards.
After your blood sample has been mailed to us, expect the results to be sent to you within two weeks. If it’s taking longer than expected to arrive, please email us at email@example.com. However, do expect waiting times to fluctuate during holiday seasons.
For the most accurate results, we recommend that you take this female hormone test when you’re not on birth control medication.
This depends on the medication that you’re currently taking. Consult your primary care physician or gynaecologist and check whether your medication affects any of your hormones.
This female hormone test does not come with a doctor’s consultation. However, you will receive a comprehensive and personalised report that clearly details your hormone levels and what the figures mean. Do bring the report along the next time you’re visiting your primary care physician or gynaecologist because it will help greatly in determining your next steps forward.
This test is currently available to individuals in the U.S. only. Stay tuned, though. There might be something just round the corner 😉
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