FSH Female Fertility/Menopause Test Kit


A woman’s fertility naturally begins to decline as she enters her thirties. However, what many may not realize is the pivotal role played by the hormone FSH (follicle-stimulating hormone) in a woman’s fertility journey. Elevated FSH levels are often associated with diminished fertility or menopause. FSH is instrumental in regulating ovarian function and sex hormones, making it a crucial indicator of fertility. This at-home FSH test is particularly beneficial for women experiencing irregular cycles or those aged 30 and above.

When to Take the Test: It is recommended to test FSH levels on day 3 of the menstrual cycle, though days 2 to 4 are also suitable. Day 1 is counted as the first day of menstruation.

Why Test FSH:

Monitoring FSH levels aids in:

  • Diagnosing conditions causing abnormal FSH levels in women.
  • Identifying the root cause of infertility.
  • Detecting medical conditions impacting ovarian function.
  • Investigating irregular or halted menstrual periods in women of childbearing age.
  • Assessing the onset of perimenopause, typically around age 45.


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How to Test:

  • Ensure the urine sample is fresh and collected in a plain container.
  • Open the foil pouch and immediately use the cassette on a flat, dry surface.
  • Utilize the provided pipette to draw about 4 drops (0.2ml) of urine sample.
  • Dispense the urine into the sample well on the cassette.
  • Initiate the timer and read the result after 5 minutes. Results observed beyond this time are not considered valid.
  • Positive results may manifest at any point during the 5 minutes, with both lines needing to be visible. Even a faint test line is considered positive.
  • Negative results must be confirmed within 5 minutes, with the control line clearly visible.
  • If no lines appear, the test is invalid and should be repeated with a new cassette.

Interpreting Results:

  1. (Negative results): Indicate a low FSH level typically signifies good ovarian reserve and optimal fertility.
  2. (Positive results): An elevated FSH levels may indicate reduced ovarian reserve, affecting fertility. Possible causes include:
    • Menopause or perimenopause.
    • Abnormal ovarian development.
    • Primary ovarian insufficiency (POI).
    • Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS).
    • Ovarian tumours.
    • Thyroid diseases or adrenal gland disorders.
    • Chromosomal disorders such as Turner syndrome.

Storage: To ensure accurate results, store the test kit in a dry and cool place, away from direct sunlight and moisture. Follow the storage instructions provided with the product to maintain its effectiveness until the expiration date.

Additional information:

  • Our at-home FSH test kit provides reliable results within minutes, offering convenience and peace of mind.
  • Regular monitoring of FSH levels can help women make informed decisions about family planning and fertility treatments.
  • This product is not intended to diagnose or treat any medical conditions. Always consult with a healthcare provider for personalized advice and guidance.

This at-home FSH test empowers women with valuable insights into their reproductive health, facilitating informed decisions about family planning and fertility treatments. Remember, for personalized advice and guidance, always consult with a healthcare professional.


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