Measure vital hormones that influence your fertility
Women's Fertility Test
Several hormones play a role in ovulation and menstrual cycles. Check 5 key hormone levels that can affect your menstrual cycle, ovulation, and ability to become pregnant with this fertility test.
Measures hormones regulating ovarian function
Finger prick sample collection
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This test measures 5 key hormones that can affect your menstrual cycle and ovulation
Experiencing symptoms such as night sweats, irregular periods, hair loss, or weight gain?
- Hair loss
- Irregular periods
- Skin issues
- Feeling tired
- Night sweats
- Hot flashes
- Weight gain
- Cold intolerance
- Heat intolerance
- Increased body fat
- Abnormal hair growth
Everything you need to understand your results
- Pre-paid shipping both ways
- All materials for sample collection and shipping back to the lab
- Detailed directions and an instructional video to guide you
- Help along the way from our customer care team
- Digital and printable results
- Watch a recorded educational session led by a healthcare professional
By examining a few drops of blood collected at a specific time during your cycle using a simple test kit, we measure a variety of hormones known to be instrumental in women's health and fertility.
These hormones include:
- Estradiol (measured on Day 19)
- LH (measured on Day 3)
- FSH (measured on Day 3)
- Total Testosterone (measured on Day 19)
- TSH (measured on Day 19)
Understanding your overall hormone balance can help you be more informed in your planning for the future.
Related test: Check your thyroid levels.
Are you thinking about starting a family? Concerned about your fertility health? Perhaps you are having changes in your menstrual cycle?
Female fertility testing can be a critical step in understanding a woman's reproductive and general health. Female fertility, as well as menstruation and weight, can be impacted by hormone levels.
The Everlywell at-home fertility test for women provides a detailed assessment for those who are looking for additional information about their hormone levels that can affect menstrual cycle and ovulation.
Our Women's Fertility test is collected in your own home, and results are provided by an experienced, CLIA-certified laboratory. All Everlywell tests are ordered and reviewed by independent physicians. Our at-home fertility test is a cost effective starting point for those interested in a fertility check and who want to take a first step in learning more about their hormone levels to help decide whether to turn to fertility treatment (which may include fertility and reproductive medications, a procedure such as IVF, or other methods).
In addition to at-home fertility tests, Everlywell also has at-home hormone tests available for women who want to be well-informed about their bodies. Hormone testing may be helpful to check for the source of potential fertility problems in women who want to get pregnant. (Hormone testing and semen analysis may also be important in understanding male infertility, as a hormonal imbalance can impact sperm count and production. The Everlywell fertility test, however, is only appropriate for women.)
Cervical cancer, often caused by high-risk HPV infection, can also impact fertility. Learn more about the Everlywell HPV Test.
We will provide you with your levels of each of the 5 hormones measured by our at-home fertility test for women and whether your levels fall within established normal ranges that are often needed to become pregnant and support female fertility.
Everlywell also offers an ovarian reserve test, which provides information about egg quantity and if a woman has a presumed normal age-matched egg count.
As with all our tests, we encourage you to share your results with your health care provider as he/she can best offer guidance in your health and fertility questions as well as advice about potential fertility treatment (IVF or other modern fertility methods). If your healthcare provider identifies a fertility problem or provides an infertility diagnosis, they may refer you to a fertility specialist for further care.