Kind at Home makes it easy
- Test important fertility hormones from the comfort of your home.
- Recommendations and follow-up are crafted by Kindbody physicians. You have the option to book a 1:1 follow-up appointment with a fertility specialist to discuss your results.
- Continue your care in-clinic or virtually with Kindbody.
Your testing kit comes with...
How it works
Take the test
Take a simple & quick test within the comfort of your home. Send the results to our lab whenever you're ready.How to take the test →
View your results and personalized recommendations in the Kindbody portal. This will help you understand your current fertility status.
Own your future
When you are ready, we recommend booking a virtual or in-person where you will discuss your family-building goals and timeline, and develop a personalized plan.
Taking the test
Kind at Home tests are easy for you to do yourself! Check out the 2 minute how-to video for a detailed overview of the process.
Register your kit and fill out your personal information
Give your finger a (mostly) painless prick
Fill your card with a few droplets of blood
Send your card to our lab
When my wife and I decided to delay having kids, we decided to order these tests just to make sure we didn’t need to rush. It couldn’t have been more simple. So glad we did it.
Thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH) stimulates the thyroid to produce hormones that are important for many bodily functions, most notably metabolism. When the thyroid gland is not producing enough thyroid hormone (hypothyroidism), high TSH levels result and can have a negative impact on fertility.
Follicle stimulating hormone
Follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) is the main hormone from the brain that stimulates cells in the testes which is important for sperm production.
While estradiol (E2) is important for normal function of the male reproductive system, elevated levels may impair fertility.
Testosterone (T) is an essential component of the male reproductive system and in male sexual health. It is responsible for libido and secondary sex characteristics, like facial hair and bone structure, as well as supporting normal sperm production. While having low levels of Testosterone can cause reduced libido and contribute indirectly to infertility, high levels of Testosterone, particularly from taking testosterone supplements or steroids, are known to reduce sperm counts.
Free T4, or thyroxine, is produced by the thyroid gland in response to TSH. Too much or too little FT4 can adversely affect fertility.
Prolactin is a hormone that works together with LH and FSH for normal male reproductive function. When prolactin is elevated it can cause infertility by inhibiting FSH and LH release.
Luteinizing hormone (LH) is a hormone from the brain that stimulates cells in the testes to produce testosterone.
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Here’s what big companies are saying
Making it easier and less intimidating to start the conversation on fertility.
Kindbody aims to be as approachable as possible. The doctors don’t wear lab coats and the offices look more like a chic hangout than a clinic.
Startups such as Kindbody are successfully demystifying the conversation, removing the stigma and increasing accessibility.
What people are saying
Bought For Partner
Great to get a baseline for my partner and I
Much Easier Than Going To a Clinic
Loved the whole at-home experienced
It felt good to get a baseline understanding of my fertility health
My wife bought a kit for each of us, it's reassuring knowing where we both stand with our fertility hormones early