Fertility blood test
Proactively understand your fertility hormones with our easy at-home finger prick fertility blood test.
Limited time only
What we test
We test the following fertility hormones to help you better understand your ovarian reserve, ovulation and general health:
- Anti mullerian hormone (AMH)
- Follicle stimulating hormone (FSH)
- Luteinizing hormone (LH)
- Prolactin (P)
- Thyroxine (T4)
- Thyroid stimulating hormone (TSH)
Why understanding your hormones is important
At Adia we believe in proactive care. We don’t want women to face multiple challenges before accessing support. Understanding your hormones earlier can help identify any issues, or give you the confidence that your fertility health is on track. Our fertility blood test will help you better understand your ovarian reserve, ovulation and general health, all important markers for conception and pregnancy.
Order your test:
Order it online. We will create your account with some basic information and our test provider will send you a test kit that will arrive the next day.
Take your sample
The kit will contain all the information you need to take the test in the comfort of your home. The hormone test needs to be taken on day 2-4 of your cycle (day 1 is the day your period starts). When you are done, use the freepost envelope to send it directly to our partner laboratories.
View your report
You will receive your test results and report a few days after you submit the blood sample. The report has been designed by our leading fertility specialist.
Dr Linda Farahani
BSc MBBS MRCOG
Linda is Adia’s fertility expert who designed the test and report based on years of experience.
Understanding your fertility baseline can empower women to make informed choices. However, it is important to remember that hormones are only one part of a much larger picture.
Tested with leading labs
All blood tests are performed by some of the UK’s leading accredited labs including The Doctor’s Laboratory, Synlab, and County Pathology. We have partnered with a leading test provider to ensure fast and trusted delivery of the test to your home and processing. All labs implement monitoring and quality assurance policies to ensure compliance with Medical Laboratory accreditation (ISO 15189) and the Care Quality Commission.