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Tests

 

  • Overview

    FOR WOMEN WHO WANT TO PLAN AHEAD, WHO ARE HAVING DIFFICULTY GETTING PREGNANT, OR WHO ARE THINKING ABOUT IVF.

    More and more women these days are choosing to check how easy, or otherwise, it may be for them to get pregnant, either now or in the future, by having a simple AMH blood test. The test - which is seen as the "gold standard" of fertility testing - is thought to be a much more reliable marker of a woman's fertility potential than the more common, and much less expensive, FSH test.

    The AMH test, combined with your answers to one of our Fertility Questionnaires, plus a 30 minute consultation (either by phone or in person) with one of our consultant midwives, is designed to provide you with a comprehensive and personalised overview of your fertility status, both now and for the future, as well as guidance on next steps.

    Your GP or practice nurse should be happy to use the test-kit and take the blood sample for you - usually for a small fee, though some may be happy to do it free of charge. Just return the sample to us and we'll do the rest.

    PRICE INCLUDES COST OF TEST, QUESTIONNAIRE AND CONSULTATION (BY PHONE OR IN PERSON)


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  • Overview

    FOR WOMEN WHO ARE TRYING TO GET PREGNANT, BEEN TRYING FOR SOME TIME WITHOUT SUCCESS OR ARE THINKING OF HAVING IVF.

    A growing body of research including our own at the Zita West Clinic has found that Vitamin D deficiency is increasingly common amongst women who are finding it difficult to get pregnant. It has also been associated with IVF failure, miscarriage and pregnancy complications.

    You can test your Vitamin D levels with this simple finger prick blood-test, and any deficiency is usually easy to correct with supplementation like our Vitamin D Spray.

    • Find out your Vitamin D levels
    • Finger prick blood test - your GP or practice nurse should be able to take the blood sample for you for a small charge
    • Simply send the sample in the pre-paid envelope to our lab
    • Written results and suggested corrective action provided

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