Screen for signs of diminished ovarian reserve

Get insights about your egg quantity with an easy at-home urine FSH screening test.

When to take the Ovarian Reserve Screening Test

Your FSH levels fluctuate throughout your menstrual cycle, so it’s important to time this test right.

Use the test on days 3, 4, and 5 of your menstrual cycle (with day 1 being the first full day of bleeding) to get the most accurate results. You'll need a recepticle to catch urine and a timer, too.

It’s best to test first thing in the morning, when urine contains the highest level of FSH. Make sure not to drink excess fluids after midnight before testing in the morning.

Because hormones can vary cycle to cycle, we recommend testing over 2 cycles (that's why there are 6 strips in a pack).