A breakdown of your progesterone test and actionable follow up steps
Progesterone plays an essential role in your fertility. Each month, this sex hormone is produced by your ovaries to prepare the uterus for a potential pregnancy. Low progesterone may indicate difficulty in conceiving. True Marker’s at-home progesterone test evaluates your level of this hormone on day 21 of ovulation. The results will help you confirm whether you are ovulating normally.
Our progesterone blood test is a valuable tool for women to monitor their reproductive health. True Marker delivers rapid, accurate test results, giving you the clarity you need. We provide you with a PDF of your comprehensive results report that you can share with your doctor, and we also supply treatment recommendations if desired.
Insight into a key component of your overall health
Biological, social, and behavioral conditions all work together to influence a woman’s health. Biomarkers in the blood can reveal potential problems in significant areas including hormone balance, heart health, inflammation, and thyroid condition. True Marker’s collection of tests, including our progesterone test kit, help you identify potential problems early so you can take proactive and preventive steps to optimize your health.
Hormone imbalance can affect all areas of a woman’s health. At-home hormone testing gives you illuminating insight into any changes in your body and how they affect your overall well-being. It’s recommended that women regularly check their hormone levels as they can fluctuate over the course of a month.
There are different ways to measure your progesterone level. Here's why they matter for you:
Progesterone does various things in the female body. It aids in both maintaining the lining of the uterus (endometrium), as well as pregnancy. It also helps prepare the uterus for implantation of a fertilized egg. The progesterone level is monitored on day 21 of the menstrual cycle to confirm that ovulation has taken place.
Monitoring your sexual history is crucial for your overall health.
Everything you need to easily take your test:
Our in-house medical team really knows what they’re talking about
Rather than outsourcing testing, we built the first lab that does it in-house. That means our scientists can actually answer your questions and are available to guide you through the process.