Now you can order the same fertility test offered in top fertility clinics, online, for a fraction of the cost.
Track fertility over time
We have a way to track almost everything in our lives–steps, cholesterol, bank statements and family trees. Something as formative as fertility shouldn’t be a mystery. When you take the test, you'll get a custom fertility report and a number on the Fertility Measurement Index that you can track over time. It's a tracking tool you can use to check in on ovarian reserve, ovulation, and general body systems that relate to fertility–year after year.
It’s a fancy way of saying “the amount of eggs in your ovaries.” We’re born with a set number and they leave our bodies at different rates. Two key hormones, AMH and FSH, can help you understand yours.
It’s the process your body goes through when releasing an egg. When hormones like LH and PRL are working together in harmony, the whole cycle goes smoothly.
Many hormones in your body have multiple functions. Testosterone and Thyroid Stimulating Hormone are two that can have implications for fertility.
Your personalized report will walk you through what each fertility hormone does, what your levels mean, and how you can discuss them with your doctor.
* Modern Fertility tests between 1 and 9 hormones depending on birth control. The Fertility Measurement Index is meant for wellness tracking purposes only and is currently in beta.
AMH is produced by your follicles. The more AMH they produce, the more eggs you likely have.
FSH is responsible for growing follicles and starting ovulation. Too much FSH can mean your body needs extra oomph to get things moving.
E2 is a sex hormone produced by the ovaries. We test Estradiol along with FSH because it can impact FSH levels.
LH helps regulate your menstrual cycle.
TSH is produced by your thyroid gland and regulates thyroid health.
Also produced by your thyroid gland, we test FT4 to get the full picture of thyroid function as is relates to fertility.
PRL stimulates milk production and pauses ovulation after you give birth.
Free T is the amount of testosterone in your body that isn’t yet connected to another hormone.
Total T is the complete amount of testosterone you have in your body.
Follicle stimulating hormone
Thyroid stimulating hormone
* Modern Fertility tests between 1 and 9 hormones depending on birth control. The general fertility score is currently in beta.
How it works
We'll send you a discreet package that includes everything you need to provide at a local Quest Diagnostics.
Swing by the Quest near you for a standard draw. There are locations all over the U.S. and it only takes a few minutes.
Your results will be analyzed in the lab, reviewed by a physician, and sent your way in a few days.
"Having kids always seemed like more of an abstract idea than a concrete plan. The information from this test is just what my husband and I needed to talk about options and figure out a timeline that makes us comfortable."
"My fiancé and I know we want to have kids someday–mid-to-late 30s. I would 100% change my strategy if I thought it was a risky plan based on my fertility profile. In my mind, better to know more now."
"Modern is super cool. It's demystifying something we've spent our entire lives assuming was a big question mark. And maybe takes away some of the extraneous angst from 'the defining decade.'”
"Modern has given me the ability to make choices that respect my body's natural timeline. I feel empowered, not limited."
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