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Female Fertility Test

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Rapid Test

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£ 29,00

GetTested’s Female Fertility Test is a self-administered home test that measures Anti-Müllerian Hormone (AMH), a crucial indicator of ovarian reserve. This hormone provides insight into your ability to conceive. With this user-friendly test, you can easily and discreetly get a clear understanding of your fertility in the comfort of your own home, whether you are planning for pregnancy or simply seeking to better understand your body.

For men interested in checking their fertility, we offer a straightforward Sperm Test as well.


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Female Fertility Test - A Simple Home Test

About the Test - Ovarian Reserve Test

GetTested's Female Fertility Test measures Anti-Müllerian Hormone (AMH), a crucial fertility hormone. AMH levels indicate your remaining egg count, an important factor for those planning to conceive.

How the Test Works

The test is easy to perform at home. You take a small blood sample from your finger and use it with the test cassette included in the package. The result, which shows your AMH level, is available in 10 minutes.

The Importance of AMH

Your AMH level provides insights into your ovarian reserve and therfore this test is also sometimes referred to as An Ovarian Reserve Test. A low level may suggest a lower egg count, while a high level indicates a higher count. AMH is also valuable for detecting Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS).

Who is it For?

This test is ideal if you want to learn more about your fertility. It is particularly useful if you are planning to get pregnant or if you have had difficulties conceiving.

Optimizing Fertility: Nutrients for Women

For women aiming to conceive, focusing on a diet rich in specific nutrients is crucial for promoting fertility and preparing the body for a healthy pregnancy. Key nutrients include:

  1. Folic Acid (Folate): Essential for preventing neural tube defects in the fetus. Women are advised to take 400-800 micrograms of folic acid daily from the start of trying to conceive.
  2. Iron: Important for preventing anemia, which can affect fertility. Iron also supports increased blood volume during pregnancy.
  3. Omega-3 Fatty Acids: Crucial for the fetus's brain and eye development. Omega-3 can also positively affect fertility.
  4. Calcium: Vital for building strong bones in both the mother and the growing fetus. The recommended intake is 1000 mg per day to support the bone health of both woman and child.
  5. Vitamin D: Plays a significant role in fertility and hormonal balance. Adequate levels of Vitamin D are associated with improved fertility outcomes and may support embryo development.
  6. Zinc: Essential for cell division and the production of healthy eggs. Zinc deficiency can disrupt menstrual cycles and decrease egg quality, affecting fertility.
  7. Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10): Aids in improving egg quality and ovarian response, supporting overall female fertility.

Maintaining a well-balanced diet rich in these nutrients, along with a healthy lifestyle, is key for women looking to improve their fertility and prepare for pregnancy.

Safety and Privacy

We commit to protecting your privacy. We handle your test and results discreetly and securely.

More Information

Our team is always ready to assist with any questions and support you may need.


How is the Female Fertility test carried out?

Our Female Fertility test is a home test kit with instant results. After ordering, we will send you a kit with everything you need to perform the test yourself. Results are obtained within 10 minutes.

What will the result tell me?

You will receive one of these values: Normal: 1-7 ng/mL Indicative of lower ovarian reserve: <1 ng/mL Indicative of PCOS: >7 ng/mL

When should I take the test?

No, the test can be taken at any time of the day and month.

Do you offer other fertility tests?

You can check out all our Fertility Tests here.

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