Our female fertility check is a blood test which can be done quickly and easily at home using our finger-prick blood sample kit which you will receive in the post. Simply provide a blood sample from the comfort of your home and post it to our accredited lab. We’ll then analyse 8 key biomarkers that influence fertility, reproductive health and can even affect things like energy levels, mood and weight.
The test includes key fertility hormones – FSH, LH and oestradiol (oestrogen). It also checks for thyroid imbalances (TSH), which typically affect women more than men.
This test is a cost effective alternative to private in-clinic fertility tests for a female hormone check and you’ll have your results report within days of returning your sample available through our market leading online dashboard.
Female hormones fluctuate over the course of a menstrual cycle. As such, it’s important this test is taken on day 3 of your cycle, where day 1 is the first day of your period.
This female hormone test is a simple finger prick test taken at home. It measures 8 different biomarkers to provide you insight into your reproductive health and other key hormones.
For those trying to conceive or who are about to try to conceive, this is a great way to gain fast insight into your reproductive health.
This package includes a simple finger prick blood test the sample for which can be collected at home. You receive the kit and from there all you have to do is provide your sample and post it direct to our accredited lab. Then it’s over to us. We’ll analyse the levels of eight female hormones in your blood and display the results on a clear and easy to understand dashboard for you. You’ll have your female hormone test results within 2 days from us receiving your sample.
We will send you a finger prick kit to use at home
Pop your sample in the post to us using a pre-paid envelope
View your results on your secure personal health dashboard
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I was keen to use Forth’s service to help monitor my haematological markers in particular since I've had problems in the past and by the time they are picked up by the GP I'm normally feeling unwell. The test was quick and easy to do and results were back very quickly. The results are also incredibly accurate, being almost identical to those from tests done by my GP the same day.
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I enlisted the help of Forth to help me get to the bottom of my current health concerns. The test was really easy to and my results were available within day. Using Forth has helped me take the action needed to get my hormones back on track.
As a working mum, I often find myself training ‘tired’ as the demands of day-to-day life take their toll. Forth has enabled me to gain a valuable insight into what is happening ‘under the surface’, so I can adapt my training and lifestyle.
I'd put off getting regular blood tests before because of the long-winded process of a GP visit. Forth has changed all that. The process is very quick and very easy, with thorough, well-explained results delivered to your inbox within days.
Taking the test is simple just make sure you follow all the instructions so you follow the correct procedures. The customer service is second to none and the results are easy to understand and follow.
Test type: Finger prick
Planning to conceive? Measuring the amount of progesterone in your blood will indicate whether ovulation has occurred.
Test type: Finger prick or phlebotomy
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