What will I learn from my fertility test results?

Unlike many pathology results that leave you with confusing numbers and ranges, we add a layer of interpretation to help you understand what your hormone levels mean.

Once you have finished your consultation, you will receive fertility doctor-reviewed reports and a personalised Fertility Testing dashboard which includes raw data from your lab results blended with unique insights from your doctor.

From your test, you will learn the following 6 insights.

  • If you have more or fewer eggs than the average for your age

    We’re born with a finite amount of eggs and as we age, they decline in quantity and quality. Measuring your hormones, particularly your Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH) will help you understand your egg count, while your age is the best measure of your egg quality.

  • How you might respond to egg freezing and IVF

    The first step in egg freezing and the IVF process is collecting the eggs from your ovaries. Your hormone levels along with your age can help you understand whether you can expect a suitable amount of eggs to be collected in one cycle.

  • Whether you may have signs of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome

    Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) is a hormonal imbalance involving excess androgens (male hormones) which typically results in irregular ovulation. Women are still able to get pregnant if they have PCOS, however if may take more time. Detecting signs of PCOS, speaking to your doctor about it early and learning how to manage it can help you take proactive steps to get it under control before trying to conceive.

  • If you could hit menopause earlier or later than the average

    Your reproductive timeline kicks into gear with your first period and ends with menopause. Understanding when menopause might be for you can help you make informed decisions about family planning.

  • Whether anything may be impacting your ovulation cycles

    Ovulation is a necessary ingredient when it comes to getting pregnant naturally, it is the process your body goes through when it releases an egg from the ovaries. We’ll assess your hormone levels and lifestyle factors to understand if anything can be interfering with ovulation.

  • How your thyroid might impact your fertility

    Having too much or too few thyroid hormones can impact your ovulation and metabolism. If you’re thinking of starting a family soon, thyroid hormone imbalances can affect the ability to have a healthy pregnancy. By picking up these signals early, you can work with a doctor to correct any thyroid imbalances before trying to start a family.