Women's Fertility Test
Women's Health

Women's Fertility Test

The women’s fertility test provides an excellent snapshot of the fertility status of a female by monitoring the levels of key hormones useful in pregnancy.

  • CLIA-Approved
  • CAP-Accredited
  • Reviewed by a certified laboratory scientist and medical doctor
  • Collection method: easy finger prick blood collection
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Results in 3 days

Collect your sample, mail it back in the prepaid envelope, and receive results by email or phone.

This test is most useful for people who:

  • Are curious about their fertility status
  • Are having difficulties with ovulation
  • Are having difficulties with milk production
  • Are trying to start a family or are thinking about getting pregnant

What Will Your Results Tell You?

A breakdown of your fertility status and actionable follow-up steps

Determining the best time to conceive isn’t always easy to figure out on your own, but you can take the guesswork out of the process with an at-home fertility test. True Marker’s female fertility test is an essential tool for anyone trying to get pregnant. 


There are several hormones that play an integral role in normal ovulation and menstruation cycles. Balanced hormone levels help ensure normal ovarian function that is crucial for conception. A fertility test for women reveals if your hormones are imbalanced so you can move forward and take the necessary steps to enhance your reproductive health. 


With True Marker tests, you’ll receive a PDF with a comprehensive report you can discuss with your doctor; we also provide treatment recommendations if necessary.


What Will Your Results Tell You?

Valuable information women need for their reproductive health and overall wellness

Women’s health is comprised of a unique combination of biological, social, and behavioral conditions. Key areas of women’s wellness include hormonal balance, heart health, inflammation, and thyroid health. Some medical conditions don’t produce symptoms right away, which is why health tests are valuable tools. These innovative kits look at biomarkers in the blood that detect potential problems early, which can prevent serious illness and help improve and optimize your health. 


Hormonal imbalances can affect all aspects of a woman’s health. At-home testing, such as our fertility test kit, targets essential hormones to offer insight into any changes in the body. It’s recommended that women regularly check their hormone levels because they can fluctuate over the course of a month. True Marker’s at-home fertility test for women  is a streamlined and convenient solution to monitor your reproductive health and give you peace of mind. 

There are different ways to measure your fertility as a female.
Here's why they matter for you:

Estradiol

Estradiol is the main estrogen produced in the body and it is also one of the main sex hormones responsible for ovulation. It also regulates and is responsible for the normal function of the breasts, vagina, and uterus.

Luteinizing Hormone

LH is secreted by the anterior pituitary and is used to begin ovulation as well as to begin the creation of the corpus luteum.

Follicle Stimulating Hormone (FSH)

FSH regulates the growth and maturation of ovarian follicles (source of Estrogen and Progesterone). Normal number of eggs is correlated to normal FSH levels.

Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH)

TSH helps regulate thyroid function through the production of thyroid hormones, free T3 and free T4, which help control your metabolic rate and how your body uses energy.

Progesterone

Progesterone is a hormone that aids in both maintaining the lining of the uterus (endometrium), as well as pregnancy. When menopause begins, the levels of progesterone decrease drastically as a result of ovulation stopping.

Free Testosterone

Free testosterone is a steroid hormone used to regulate the development of secondary sex characteristics and fertility. The unbound version of testosterone (free testosterone) is the active form of the hormone.

Everything you need to easily take your test:

Everything you need to easily take your test
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.