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Female Fertility Test
  • AMH (Anti-Müllerian hormone)
  • E2 (Estradiol)
  • FSH (Follicle-stimulating hormone)
  • TSH (Thyroid-stimulating hormone)
  • FT4 (Free Thyroxine)
  • PRL (Prolactin)
  • LH (Luteinizing Hormone)

Male Fertility Test
  • FSH (Follicle-stimulating hormone)
  • LH (Luteinizing Hormone)
  • PRL (Prolactin)
  • TSH (Thyroid-stimulating hormone)
  • E2 (Estradiol)
  • FT4 (Free Thyroxine)
  • T (Testosterone)
  • Ovarian reserve: Assessing your reproductive potential, by helping to identify if you have fewer or more eggs than average for your age
  • Thyroid levels: Your thyroid can affect your mood, skin, weight, energy, and fertility
  • Identify any red flags that may impact your fertility, including hormones related to ovulataory function, miscarriage, and menopause.
  • Hormone levels that can provide insight into egg freezing or IVF outcomes
  • For men, hormones affecting male reproductive function, sexual health, and fertility.
Tests are available to individuals who are 21-45 years of age.
This test measures the same fertility hormones tested in our clinics, but at a fraction of the cost.
Female Fertility Test:
  • Take test on day 2, 3 or 4 of period
  • Test should be taken first thing in the morning before food or drink
Male Fertility Test:
  • Test should be taken first thing in the morning before food or drink
You can find full instructions inside your box or you can click the links below: You can also watch a Kindbody Physician Assistant demonstrate the process here!
Remember:
  • You must fill out your ADx card completely or the sample may not be accepted
  • Drop enough blood on the card that it fills to the indicated line
  • Everyone’s pain tolerance is different, but it’s just a simple finger prick.
  • It may take time to fill up the card with your blood, no worries about that! Be patient and take your time.
Our nurses are on standby to help you with any additional questions or issues!
You must ship your sample for testing on the same day as collection. Be sure to wait 60 minutes for the card to dry before packing it up.
You should receive your results 7-10 days after mailing your sample to the lab.
  • You will get an email from the lab once they receive your specimen for processing
  • You will get a notification once your results are ready for review
  • Easy to read results will be delivered to your portal and you will have access to recommended next steps
Along with your testing kit you will get:
  • A video tutorial
  • Test results reviewed and provided by a physician (via portal)
  • Kindbody portal account for results and communication with our fertility team
  • Recommended next steps
Yes, after 6 months your kit will no longer be usable.
Results can be viewed in your patient portal. You will receive an email when your results are ready to view.
Hormonal contraception will impact some of the hormone results that are being tested, but not all. If you are taking hormonal contraception while taking this test, we recommend that you discuss your results with a fertility provider at Kindbody to understand which tests are being impacted.
Women: Most medications do not impact the results of the female fertility panel. However, hormonal contraception will impact some of the hormone results that are being tested, but not all. If you are taking hormonal contraception while taking this test, we recommend that you discuss your results with a fertility provider at Kindbody to understand which tests are being impacted. Men: Most medications do not impact the results of the male fertility panel.
Yes.
All tests are performed by a laboratory that is CLIA-certified and meets the rigorous standards of both the College of American Pathologists (CAP) and The Joint Commission accreditation. At-home collection of blood samples is used for many serum analytes and evidence indicates AMH values are comparable to routine blood sampling (McDade et al., Human Reproduction, 2012).
No, the test is self pay and is paid for at the time of the order. That said, the tests are HSA/FSA eligible! You may pay directly with your HSA/FSA card or reach out to your insurance provider for potential HSA/FSA reimbursement.
If your kit or any components in the kit arrived damaged, please email navigator@kindbody.com with a photo of the damage and they will assist in processing a replacement kit.
if you’d like to receive a refund or replacement kit you can contact navigator@kindbody.com and they will guide you through the process.
This is most likely because you are requesting the test in NY, NJ, or RI where we are unable to process tests. If you are not from one of these states and are having difficulty ordering your test please contact navigator@kindbody.com.
Yes! You can use your HSA or FSA to pay for your Kind at Home test. You can either pay out of pocket and submit the itemized receipt to your HSA or FSA plan, or you can pay for the test directly with your FSA or HSA card. Check with your HSA or FSA benefit provider if you have any questions.