Fertility Hormone Test

Fertility

Fertility Hormone Test

About this test

A comprehensive in-clinic test to better understand your fertility status and any hormonal imbalances affecting your fertility.

What’s included

Who should take this test

This test is recommended for anyone who is interested in understanding their fertility health, planning for pregnancy, or are experiencing difficulty conceiving.

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Why take a fertility test?

Learn about your fertility health

The test provides insight into your ovarian reserve and egg quality, which can help you better understand your fertility potential.

Assess any risks

The test can detect potential fertility issues or health risks that may affect your ability to conceive or carry a pregnancy.

Plan for the future

Knowing your hormone levels can help you make informed decisions about your reproductive health and plan accordingly.

Get peace of mind

Knowing fertility hormone levels can provide peace of mind, whether you are planning for pregnancy or want to better understand your health.

Ask a doctor

A fertility hormone test measures the levels of hormones in a woman’s body that are important for fertility. Hormones such as anti-Mullerian hormone (AMH), follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH), luteinising hormone (LH), progesterone, and oestrodiol can help assess a woman’s ovarian reserve and hormonal balance and identify potential issues that may affect her ability to conceive.

The test is performed through a simple blood test at one of our partner clinics and it’s carried out by a medical professional. The test is done on specific days of your menstrual cycle, which helps to provide accurate results. During the test, a small amount of blood is drawn and sent to a lab for analysis. The results are available within a few days.
A fertility hormone test provides valuable information about your hormone levels and ovarian reserve. It can help to identify potential fertility issues such as low ovarian reserve, premature ovarian failure, polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), and other hormonal imbalances. Knowing your hormone levels can help you make informed decisions about your reproductive health and plan accordingly.
Yes, it is possible to take the test while on hormonal contraception, but the results may not be entirely accurate. The synthetic hormones in the contraception can alter your natural hormone levels, making it difficult to obtain precise measurements of hormones such as FSH, LH, and E2. However, AMH and thyroid hormones TSH and FT4 can still be measured. It is recommended to wait for at least three menstrual cycles after stopping hormonal contraception to get a better understanding of your menstrual cycle hormones. For long-term hormone contraception, such as Depo Provera, it may take up to 12 months for your cycles and AMH levels to return to normal.

Learn about
your fertility health

The test provides insight into your ovarian reserve and egg quality, which can help you better understand your fertility potential.

Assess any
risks

The test can detect potential fertility issues or health risks that may affect your ability to conceive or carry a pregnancy.

Plan for the
future

Knowing your hormone levels can help you make informed decisions about your reproductive health and plan accordingly.

Get peace of
mind

Knowing fertility hormone levels can provide peace of mind, whether you are planning for pregnancy or want to better understand your health.

Ask a doctor

A fertility hormone test measures the levels of hormones in a woman’s body that are important for fertility. Hormones such as anti-Mullerian hormone (AMH), follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH), luteinising hormone (LH), progesterone, and oestrodiol can help assess a woman’s ovarian reserve and hormonal balance and identify potential issues that may affect her ability to conceive.

The test is performed through a simple blood test at one of our partner clinics and it’s carried out by a medical professional. The test is done on specific days of your menstrual cycle, which helps to provide accurate results. During the test, a small amount of blood is drawn and sent to a lab for analysis. The results are available within a few days.
A fertility hormone test provides valuable information about your hormone levels and ovarian reserve. It can help to identify potential fertility issues such as low ovarian reserve, premature ovarian failure, polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), and other hormonal imbalances. Knowing your hormone levels can help you make informed decisions about your reproductive health and plan accordingly.
Yes, it is possible to take the test while on hormonal contraception, but the results may not be entirely accurate. The synthetic hormones in the contraception can alter your natural hormone levels, making it difficult to obtain precise measurements of hormones such as FSH, LH, and E2. However, AMH and thyroid hormones TSH and FT4 can still be measured. It is recommended to wait for at least three menstrual cycles after stopping hormonal contraception to get a better understanding of your menstrual cycle hormones. For long-term hormone contraception, such as Depo Provera, it may take up to 12 months for your cycles and AMH levels to return to normal.

What is being tested?

Our Fertility Hormone Test measures hormones that are essential for fertility and play a crucial role in regulating menstrual cycles, ovulation, and pregnancy. Understanding your levels of these hormones can help you better understand your fertility health and identify any underlying issues that may impact your ability to conceive.

They control ovulation and estrogen and progesterone production. FSH stimulates ovarian follicle growth, while LH triggers ovulation.

Reflects a woman’s ovarian reserve and may be seen as a predictor of remaining egg supply. It can also help support a diagnosis of PCOS which can also affect fertility.

All three hormones play a key role in regulating the menstrual cycle and are essential for fertility.
This hormone stimulates milk production in the breast tissue, but high levels can interfere with ovulation and fertility.
A group of tests that measure the levels of thyroid hormones, which are essential for normal reproductive function. Abnormal levels can affect fertility.

How does it work?

Tell us about your situation

Fill up a health questionnaire and select a time for your test.

Take the test

Visit our partner clinics or take the test from the comfort of your home

Discuss results with Ease doctor

Discuss results

One of our doctors will review your results and give you insights.

Ease On Going Support For Test Service

Ongoing support

We’re here to answer questions & support you through your journey.

Meet members of our medical team

Ease has made it so convenient and affordable to access sensitive information and care related to women’s health… that is discreet & non-judgemental, allowing more people to look after their sexual and reproductive health more effectively.
Dr. Khoo Hoon Eng

Associate Professor, NUS School of Medicine

Access Specialised Care

Speaking with experienced doctors is very important when it comes to your health to ensure you get the right advice and support you need. We partner with local licensed doctors in Singapore who are experienced in women's health. This means that you will be able to access reliable advice from a Singapore physician who understands your needs and concerns.

Speak to a Pharmacist On-Demand

Your medication will be processed by local, qualified pharmacists in Singapore, who are ready to advise you on a range of matters relating to your medication including dosage, side effects, missed pills, among other questions you may have.
We’re here to support you, each step of the way. With our team of doctors, trained care professionals, pharmacists and specialised customer care team you’ll never need to worry again. We can help address any issues, answer any questions and provide guidance on your sexual and reproductive health journey.
Fidah

Customer Support Lead, Ease Healthcare

Your medical questions, answered

The best time to take a fertility test is usually on day 3 of your menstrual cycle. After filling up your medical questionnaire and selecting a test date, our team will be in touch to confirm whether the test can be performed at your selected date.
This test involves a simple blood draw performed by a medical professional at one of our partner clinics. Once the sample is collected, it will be sent to a lab for analysis, and one of our doctors will discuss the results with you once available.
While our Fertility Hormone Test is designed for women, men can also take fertility hormone tests to assess their sperm health and overall fertility. Reach out to our care team our live via chat to arrange a booking.
While this test can provide valuable insights into your fertility health, it alone cannot diagnose infertility. Still, it's a great first step to getting medical support and deciding if more evaluation is needed, especially if you have difficulty conceiving.

Other Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

Assessing your hormone levels through a test is crucial for couples who are planning to conceive. As you age, your hormone levels can change, and understanding them before trying to get pregnant can provide important insights. By taking a hormone test, you can determine your current fertility levels and identify any underlying health conditions that may affect your ability to conceive. Consistently monitoring your hormone levels enables you and your partner to plan effectively for your family goals. It also provides valuable information to your primary care physician and gynecologist, who can help guide you towards the best course of action. Essentially, taking a hormone test gives you the best chance of successfully conceiving.

To obtain the most accurate results from a hormone test, it is recommended to take the test during days 2-5 of your menstrual cycle. To ensure that your blood sample is collected during this time frame, our care team will contact you to schedule your hormone testing appointment with a phlebotomist at home or in-clinic.

If you need any additional assistance, please email us at customer.care@ease-healthcare.com. We’re more than happy to help.

If you need any additional assistance, please email us at customer.care@ease-healthcare.com. We’re more than happy to help.

The test is performed through a simple blood test at one of our partner clinics and it’s carried out by a medical professional. The test is done on specific days of your menstrual cycle, which helps to provide accurate results. During the test, a small amount of blood is drawn and sent to a lab for analysis. The results are available within a few days.

While it is possible to take the test while on hormonal contraception, the results may not be entirely accurate. The synthetic hormones in the contraception can alter your natural hormone levels, making it difficult to obtain precise measurements of hormones such as FSH, LH, and E2. However, AMH and thyroid hormones TSH and FT4 can still be measured. It is recommended to wait for at least three menstrual cycles after stopping hormonal contraception to get a better understanding of your menstrual cycle hormones. For long-term hormone contraception, such as Depo Provera, it may take up to 12 months for your cycles and AMH levels to return to normal.

It typically takes about 7 days to get results after your sample arrives at our lab. In total, expect about 10 days from the time you sample collection. We’ll contact you once the results are ready! If you haven’t received your test results after 10 days, please contact customer.care@ease-healthcare.com.

While our Fertility Hormone Test is designed for women, men can also take fertility hormone tests to assess their sperm health and overall fertility. Reach out to our care team at customer.care@ease-healthcare.com to book a test.

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