Combined women and men’s testing kits. Women’s test is for AMH, FSH and Oestradol with results in 72 hours and men’s test checks sperm motility, morphology and viability with results at home within 15 mins.
Your test results will be reviewed by one of our expert doctors and uploaded to your personal dashboard. They’ll include explanations and recommendations on the best next steps to improve your health.
Combined womens’ testing kits. There are two sets of tests for same sex female couples with checks for AMH, FSH and Oestradiol. All results will be accessible on your personal dashboard having been viewed by expert doctors.
Our PCOS testing options give you an insight into whether you have PCOS and the right options of treatment for you. Our PCOS programme offers testing and 1:1 nutritional guidance over 6 weeks with leading PCOS experts
This test is advised if you are experiencing irregular periods and you think that PCOS might be the cause. You are having difficulty getting pregnant and want to rule out or confirm PCOS. You also may have symptoms such as acne, weight gain, and hirsuitism (excess hair).
This advanced profile for Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) includes tests for diabetes, cholesterol as well as hormones, thyroid function and AMH (anti-mullerian hormone).
Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) is a complex hormone disorder which involves multiple body systems including the ovaries, adrenal glands, gut and brain. Our unique programme utilises real time glucose monitoring and 1:1 coaching support to help you determine the right diet for YOU.
We are here to help you navigate your reproductive journey. Whether you trying to conceive, considering egg freezing or needing support and guidance to navigate your way around the menopause, we are here.
AMH is secreted by the ovarian follicles, so the higher your level, the more follicles (potential eggs) you’re expected to have.
For women planning a pregnancy, healthy levels of the hormone progesterone are essential to ensure that the lining of the womb is prepared. Typically, progesterone levels peak 5 days after ovulation and then decline. A progesterone test performed 7 days before your next period is due can identify whether or not you have ovulated. If ovulation didn’t happen, your progesterone levels will be lower than expected. If you become pregnant then your progesterone levels will continue to rise. This test is an essential first step to investigate infertility.
The menopause is a natural part of ageing that usually occurs between 45 and 55 years of age, as a woman’s oestrogen levels decline. In the UK, the average age for a woman to reach the menopause is 51. But around 1 in 100 women experience the menopause before 40 years of age.
You are experiencing irregular periods and you think that polycystic ovaries might be the cause. You are having difficulty getting pregnant and want to rule out or confirm polycystic ovary syndrome
You have symptoms such as acne, weight gain, and hirsuitism (excess hair) and want to investigate your male hormone levels
Low levels of thyroid hormone can interfere with the release of an egg from your ovary (ovulation), which impairs fertility. In addition, some of the underlying causes of hypothyroidism — such as certain autoimmune or pituitary disorders — may impair fertility. Your thyroid also impacts your weight too.
Undiagnosed thyroid dysfunction can make it difficult to conceive. It can also cause problems during pregnancy itself. Once the over- or under-active thyroid is under control, however, there is no reason why you should not have a successful pregnancy and a healthy baby.
One in six couples are affected by infertility, with 30-40% of those being related to maternal factors. We know much more about infertility than we used to, but around 35% of couples still have no explanation of the underlying problem. However, closer studies of the microbiome may reveal some answers. An increasing number of studies is highlighting a correlation between infertility and the microbiota and scientists are noticing significant differences in microbiome of a fertile vs infertile women.
Microbiome may also play a key role in the success of assisted fertility treatments. In IVF, successful embryo transfer is dependent upon many factors, including the presence of microbiome of the upper genital tract. Some experts argue that the make up of microbiome in the cervix is one of the most significant factors determining IVF success.
This gynecological scan is available to women of a child bearing age and is designed for those undergoing/about to undergo fertility treatment either within the UK or abroad.