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Women's Fertility Test Bundle

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Take control of your fertility

The Women's Fertility Test Bundle includes the tools you need to monitor your hormones and better understand your fertility. The Women's Fertility Test powered by Everlywell measures five vital hormones that influence your fertility: estradiol, luteinizing hormone (LH), follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH), thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH), and total testosterone. The Ovulation Test Kit is over 99% accurate and contains ovulation test strips that measure measures LH to determine when you're most likely to conceive. Highly-sensitive, early-result Pregnancy Tests detect human Chorionic Gonadotropin (hCG), are clinically proven to be over 99%* accurate, and work up to 5 days before your expected period. Plus, the fertility testing kit includes a free copy of the guide to getting pregnant, Conception 101!

    For regulatory reasons, this bundle is not available in New York state.

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    What's included in the Women's Fertility Test?

    • Detailed directions to guide you
    • All materials for finger prick sample collection and sample analysis
    • Pre-paid shipping both ways
    • Help along the way if you need it
    • Digital and printable results
    • Group webinar with a healthcare professional

    1. Register your fertility test

    Once your fertility testing kit arrives, register it at our sister company using the unique ID number included in your box.

    2. Collect your sample at home

    Collect your sample in the comfort of your home and use the prepaid envelope to mail to our partner certified lab.

    3. Receive results in days

    Within days you'll receive physician-reviewed digital results and useful insights on a secure platform.

    What's in the bundle?

    Women's Fertility Test

    Women's Fertility Test

    Measure hormones that influence your fertility. Check on 5 key hormones that can help you understand your reproductive health with this at-home lab test from Everlywell.

    Ovulation Test Kit

    Ovulation Test Kit

    Waste no time. Know your ovulation cycle so you can time sex and increase your chances of getting pregnant. This test kit includes 30 ovulation test strips, 1 reusable silicone urine cup, and a Cycle Tracker.

    Pregnancy Tests

    Pregnancy Tests

    Get the answer you need ASAP. Includes 4 pregnancy tests that are easy to use and over 99% accurate*.

    Conception 101

    Conception 101

    Everything you didn't learn in sex ed. This book flips the script and breaks down the biological basics on how to get pregnant.

    The Women's Fertility Test measures 5 key hormones that can affect your menstrual cycle and ovulation.


    Estradiol is the main form of estrogen in women and is produced by the ovaries. It is one of the main sex hormones responsible for ovulation, which is vital to reproductive health and pregnancy in women. After menopause, levels of estradiol decline significantly. Estradiol also plays a role in bone development, brain function, development of female secondary sex characteristics, and maintenance of the reproductive system.

    Luteinizing Hormone (LH)

    LH is produced in the pituitary gland and is one of the hormones responsible for the stimulation and maturation of ovarian follicles in the ovaries. Ovarian follicles are small, fluid-filled sacs in the ovary that contain an immature egg. When an egg matures during a woman’s menstrual cycle, the ovarian follicle breaks open and releases the egg from the ovary for possible fertilization. LH is measured during the early follicular phase of the menstrual cycle on day 3 or 4. At this point in the cycle, LH is relatively low and largely stable as compared to later in the cycle, so this provides a good baseline measurement.

    Follicle-Stimulating Hormone (FSH)

    FSH is a hormone produced by the pituitary gland in the brain which plays an important role in the growth and maturation of each ovarian follicle, as well as with ovulation and the menstrual cycle. FSH levels can provide insight on the quantity of eggs and ovarian reserve.

    Thyroid-Stimulating Hormone (TSH)

    Thyroid-stimulating hormone is the pituitary hormone responsible for controlling the production of the hormones T3 and T4 by the thyroid gland. The hormone TSH is considered the most sensitive marker for screening for thyroid diseases and conditions.

    Total Testosterone

    Testosterone is primarily produced by the ovaries in women, with a small amount produced by the adrenal glands. Much of the testosterone in women is converted to estrogen by an enzyme called aromatase. Total testosterone is a measurement of both free testosterone and testosterone that is bound to the proteins albumin and sex hormone-binding globulin (SHBG) in the blood.

    Commonly asked questions

    Who should take the Women's Fertility Test?

    Fertility hormone testing is for any woman interested in taking a meaningful first step in understanding their reproductive and general health. Female fertility, as well as menstruation and weight, can be impacted by hormone levels. The Natalist Women’s Fertility Test is collected in your own home, and you’ll be provided a prepaid mailer to mail your sample to a certified lab. This test is ordered and reviewed by independent physicians. This at-home female fertility test is a cost-effective starting point for those interested in fertility and who want to take a first step in learning more about their hormone levels. Results are provided by an experienced, CLIA-certified laboratory, so you know they’re insights you can trust.

    What can I learn from this home fertility test?

    You will be sent a personalized report of each marker tested as well as detailed information about what your results mean for you. Use your report to help guide your next steps in your personal journey. Also included is access to a live group webinar led by a healthcare professional to learn more about your results and get any specific questions answered.

    Our sister company, Everlywell, is HIPAA compliant and takes your privacy very seriously. They use state-of-the-art, bank-grade encryption to ensure your data is stored securely, and under no circumstance do they ever sell your data.

    What guidance will I get along with my test results?

    Included with your home fertility test is access to a live webinar led by a healthcare professional to learn more about your results and get any specific questions answered. These results are personal to you, but we encourage you to share your results with your healthcare provider as they can best offer guidance in your health and fertility journey as well as advice about potential fertility treatment. If your healthcare identifies potential fertility problems or provides an infertility diagnosis, they may refer you to a fertility specialist for further care.

    What's included?

    • Detailed directions to guide you
    • All materials for finger prick sample collection and sample analysis
    • Pre-paid shipping both ways
    • Help along the way if you need it
    • Digital and printable results


    Commonly asked questions about the Ovulation Test Kit

    What comes with the Ovulation Test Kit?

    Each box contains 30 individually-wrapped ovulation test strips, one reusable silicone urine cup, and we’ve also included a bonus: our patent-pending Cycle Tracker to easily identify your LH surge.

    How do I use Natalist ovulation test strips?

    Pee into the cup, and place the cup on a flat surface. Unwrap one test, and hold by the purple handle. Dip the test into the cup of urine for 20 seconds. Do not get pee above the max line! You can learn more about using our ovulation test strips in our jargon-free instructions.

    Why are my results streaky?

    Test results may appear streaky if the test was not dipped for long enough. Make sure to dip the test for the full 20 seconds.

    What does a positive result look like?

    A positive result is when the test line is as dark, or darker, than the control line. To learn more about interpreting your ovulation test, read here.

    What days should I take the Natalist ovulation test?

    It varies depending on the length of your cycle—but the short answer is seven to 11 days after the first day of your period. Learn more about your hormone levels as well as when and how to use an ovulation test here.

    What is the sensitivity level (mIU/mL) of your tests?

    The test can detect LH in urine at 20 mlU/mL. Read more in the blog post, Does Ovulation Test Sensitivity Matter?

    How do I use the Natalist Cycle Tracker?

    It is helpful (and highly recommended) to keep and reference your test strips in sequential order using the included Cycle Tracker. This will help you track when you typically experience your LH surge each cycle and will also help predict future cycles and fertile windows.

    Is the cup reusable?

    Yes! The cup is made from silicone, which is durable and sustainable. Please wash and reuse!

    How do I dispose of the Natalist ovulation prediction kit?

    Please recycle the box and paper materials. The tests, wrappers, and desiccants cannot be recycled.

    Is this product FSA/HSA eligible?

    Yes! The Natalist Ovulation Test Kit is eligible for FSA and HSA reimbursement. You can either use your HSA debit card at checkout, or use the itemized receipt (which will be in your inbox after you make a purchase). Read more about submitting for FSA and HSA reimbursement here.

    Commonly asked questions about the Pregnancy Tests

    How do I use the Natalist pregnancy tests?

    Begin by unwrapping a test and removing the cap (do not dispose and keep within reach!) to expose the absorbent tip. Sit on the toilet and hold the handle of the test with the absorbent tip pointing downward. Urinate directly on the absorbent tip for about five seconds or until completely wet. Keep the tip pointing downward, recap the end, and place the test on a flat surface with the result window facing up. Wait five minutes before looking at your results; make sure to read results within 30 minutes. 

    When should I take a Natalist pregnancy test?

    Short answer: You can use the Natalist Pregnancy Test as early as five days before the expected period, i.e., as early as six days before the day of the missed period. For most accurate results, we recommend using the Natalist Pregnancy Test three days before the start of your next period. Check out our PDF instructions for more.

    How do I know the Natalist pregnancy test is working?

    The control line will turn pink to let you know everything is functioning properly with the actual test!

    Can I use the Natalist pregnancy tests as a dip test? 

    While our products are designed to be midstream tests, you can also use it as a dipstick test by dipping the pregnancy test in a cup of urine for five seconds.

    What is the Natalist pregnancy test made of?

    Our pregnancy tests are made from virgin ABS plastic. They are BPA and phthalate-free.

    Are your tests recyclable? If so, how?

    Natalist pregnancy tests are made from virgin ABS plastic which is categorized as a #7 plastic. While this material is recyclable, not all local recycling plants are equipped to process this type of plastic at its given size. We recommend checking with your local recycling municipality to see if they can accept your old tests for recycling.

    Are the wrappers recyclable?

    Unfortunately, the wrappers are not recyclable. 

    Is the box recyclable?

    Natalist Pregnancy Test boxes are made from card box material which is 100% recyclable. 

    Are the Natalist pregnancy tests cruelty-free?

    Yes. Our tests are not tested on animals. 

    Can drinking a lot of water affect your test results?

    While it is super important to stay hydrated, keep in mind that drinking a bunch of liquid in the few hours before testing can dilute your urine and cause a false negative result (meaning you could be pregnant, but the test will show you’re not). If you’re testing before your expected period, we recommend that you test first thing in the morning (when your urine has a higher concentration of hCG) if you tend to drink a lot of water throughout the day.

    Is this product FSA/HSA eligible?

    Yes! The Natalist pregnancy test is eligible for FSA and HSA reimbursement. You can either use your HSA debit card at checkout, or use the itemized receipt (which will be in your inbox after you make a purchase). Read more about submitting for FSA and HSA reimbursement here.

    All Natalist products and packaging are certified plastic neutral.

    All Natalist products and packaging are 100% plastic neutral. For every pound of plastic we sell, we facilitate the removal of a pound of plastic pollution—giving your purchase a net-zero plastic footprint.

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    We have applied for patent protection with the United States Patent and Trademark Office for the Natalist Ovulation Test Kit Cycle Tracker. TEST STRIP PACKAGING, USA, Application Number 29/774,904
    *When used up to 3 days before your expected period. Early on in pregnancy, you may not be producing enough hCG for the test to detect. hCG hormone levels soar in early pregnancy, doubling about every two days. The more hCG your body makes, the more likely you are to get a positive result.
    Everlywell offers access to laboratory testing for wellness monitoring, informational, and educational use. None of their tests are intended to be a substitute for seeking professional medical advice, help, diagnosis, or treatment. For regulatory reasons, their tests are not available in NY with the exception of COVID-19.