Fertility insights blood test

Start planning for the future with our fertility insights blood test. Get fast, accurate results and detailed commentary from a doctor.

£185.00

per test

You will be directed to book an appointment at a Superdrug clinic after purchase.
  • Free delivery
  • Test arrives in 1-2 working days
  • Results in as little as 48 hours
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How can a fertility insights blood test help you?

This test gives you valuable insights if you’re considering family planning now or in the future. You can also see if your egg count is in the normal range for your age.

It also shows if you have a condition that might affect your fertility — like a thyroid condition. It won't tell you how likely you are to get pregnant or if you're infertile. This test needs to be taken on Day 3 of your cycle

Fertility can be affected by:

With a GP report and tailored advice for your body, you'll have the support to start planning for the future.

What's included in this blood test?

Luteinising hormone (LH)

Mid-cycle, your LH levels increase so you can ovulate. If your LH levels are imbalanced, you might have irregular periods and have trouble getting pregnant. High LH levels can indicate menopause or PCOS.

Follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH)

FSH stimulates your ovaries to produce oestradiol. FSH and oestradiol work together to grow and develop the eggs in your ovaries — so when you ovulate the egg is ready to be fertilised by sperm.

Oestrogen (oestradiol)

Oestradiol (E2) is essential for regulating your menstrual cycle and ovulation. It also plays a key role in building up the lining of your uterus — allows for a fertilised egg to become implanted if pregnant.

Testosterone

Testosterone is essential for your sex drive, bone and muscle health, mood, and cognitive function. Your levels gradually drop as you age. If your levels are out of range you might feel tired, have a low sex drive, and have low mood.
This affects:
Energy
Fitness
Long Term Health
Mood
Sleep
Weight

Thyroid function

An underactive thyroid can affect your menstrual cycle and ovulation. If you have a thyroid condition, it can increase your risk of pregnancy complications — like a miscarriage. But with treatment, these issues can be reversed.
This affects:
Energy
Long Term Health
Mood
Weight

Anti-Müllerian hormone (AMH)

AMH is a hormone released by cells in your developing egg sacs (ovarian follicles). Testing your AMH levels can help determine the number of eggs you have left — your ovarian reserve.

Prolactin

Prolactin is a hormone made by the pituitary gland. It helps stimulate milk production during breastfeeding and helps to regulate your menstrual cycle. High levels can prevent ovulation.

When should you do this test?

The best time to do this test is on day 3 of your cycle (day 1 is your first day of bleeding) — this is when your results can be accurately interpreted.

If you have irregular periods

We recommend waiting until you have a period to get the most useful insights from this test.

If you have irregular periods combined with symptoms like acne, excess body hair (hirsutism), or weight gain, our PCOS blood test might give you better insights.

If you have no periods
You can do this test anytime, but it might be harder for our doctors to interpret your results.

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How it works

Thriva test kit

Do your test at home

Your test kit arrives in 1-2 days with instructions on how to take your sample. Then free post it back to the lab.

Results on iPhone screen

Get fast, accurate results

Free post your sample to our lab and get your results in as little as 48 hours. Access your GP-reviewed report in your results dashboard.

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Support your fertility

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Stop guessing, start learning

“Our fertility insights test can help you if you’re planning or trying to get pregnant. We explain how your hormone levels affect your chances of conceiving and how to improve this.” 

Dr Macarena Staudenmaier, MD, MSc

Clinical Innovation Lead at Thriva

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“It has been empowering and allowed me to take some control of the situation. I have learnt from the results, and with the strong guidance provided, I was able to investigate certain areas of my reproductive health.”
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