Babystart FertilCheck Female Home Fertility Test 2

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Track your fertility with the the FertilCheck Female Fertility Test from Babystart. A home diagnostic screening test that rapidly assesses your levels of FSH (follicle stimulating hormone) present in your urine.

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  • Midstream Eco-Friendly product
  • CE marked for self-test use
  • Fertility screening test for raised FSH levels in urine
  • Rising levels of FSH tend to be associated with reduced fertility
  • 99% accurate at detecting raised FSH in clinical trials
FertilCheck Female Fertility is a simple to use screening test that enables women to determine if it is possible they have reduced fertility. This fast and reliable test works by detecting raised levels of Follicle Stimulating Hormone (FSH) in urine – an indication of reduced ovarian reserve.

FertilCheck allows women to test their fertility potential privately and discreetly in the comfort of their own home.

A woman’s fertility starts to decline after she gets to 30 and the decline gradually accelerates until she gets to menopause. This reduction in fertility is reflected in a similar gradual increase in the hormone FSH (follicle stimulating hormone). Rising levels of FSH tend to be associated with reduced fertility. The FSH hormone can also be raised in women with irregular periods and without doubt will steadily rise as a woman gets older. As menopause approaches the levels get particularly high and act as an early warning system for peri-menopause.

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