Every test is a peek into your fertility at that point in time, however, your fertility is continuously changing alongside your age, lifestyle, and environment.
It’s good practice to track your fertility changes, with regular testing annually if under 30 years old, and bi-annually for anyone 30+. In some cases, our experts will advise you to test more regularly if needed.
Routine testing can help you evaluate how your fertility hormones are changing. It not only gives you the most up to date information to make decisions about your reproductive health but would also be valuable medical history in case you ever need fertility treatment.