Did you know it’s possible to get a picture of your fertility status without needing to leave your home?
Yes, we are living in an era where it is possible to purchase pretty much everything from your phone, and with the help of LetsGetChecked, fertility testing is now no different.
LetsGetChecked have worked to identify some of the barriers that arise for people who want to get blood work completed.
More often than not, we try to avoid going to the doctor’s office.
We’re busy, and often we are reluctant to deviate from our schedules. If we want to get our blood work done, it may involve multiple trips to the doctor’s office, excessive cost and depending on your relationship with your physician, an element of embarrassment.
With LetsGetChecked, you have the ability to self collect your blood sample from home, mail it back in the self-addressed envelope and receive your results within a week.
What’s more, our community has 24/7 access to their results via their online personalized dashboard as well as access to our medical team who are available to offer support and guidance at every step of the way.
It is our mission to empower you to live a longer and happier life, with this in mind, we have created a range of home fertility tests that can offer key insights along the way of your health journey.
Let’s take a look at the options:
The Ovarian Reserve Test measures how many eggs you have left or “in reserve” by measuring anti-mullerian hormone in the blood.
Your level of AMH indicates how many eggs you have. This can help to indicate your fertility potential, both for the present and the future.
The Progesterone-Ovulation Test offers insight into your ovulation function.
The Progesterone-Ovulation Test measures the volume of progesterone in your blood on day 21 of your cycle. This test will help you uncover whether you are ovulating or not.
The Female Hormone Test offers a fully comprehensive overview of your fertility status. The Female Hormone Test is taken Day 3 of the menstrual cycle.
It is recommended that no hormonal contraceptives be taken at this time, if possible, as this offers a clearer portrait of your hormonal level by measuring estrogen, prolactin, luteinizing hormone and follicle stimulating hormone.
If you have navigated to this article, you might be thinking about your fertility testing options.
Maybe you want to start a family or perhaps you are curious about your fertility status now so you can plan for the future. If you’re reading this article because you’re struggling with fertility, you are not alone. Today, there are 50 million couples who struggle with infertility, it is our goal to help you gain better insight into your fertility status and health journey down the line, after all, it’s good to know.
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