Fertility Tests (Fertility MOT & Egg Counting)

How fertile am I?: If you’re a woman in your thirties or forties who either wants to get pregnant or delay having a family, you may be feeling a little apprehensive. It can be daunting to embark upon a journey towards conception (or delay conception) without knowing quite what your chances are or whether you’ll need any assistance.

To make things as simple as possible for you, we offer a comprehensive Fertility Check – an ideal way to get an overview of your fertility – which includes an egg counting check to make sure all is well. Then, if we discover any potential stumbling blocks, we can help to guide you forward.

For one upfront fee, you will receive a comprehensive assessment of your fertility potential, as well as guidance on the next steps. These packages should be booked ahead and paid for in advance.

If you are only interested in certain aspects of the Fertility MOT packages, everything listed is available also available individually. On its own, the egg counting Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH) test, is as little as £130.

Women’s Fertility Check

£750
  • 1. Initial consultation Starting with a consultation with one of our esteemed fertility specialists, we’ll explain to you the series of tests, throughout which you’ll have an expert consultant as your port of call.
  • 2. Transvaginal Ultrasound Scan A pain-free procedure that looks at the female reproductive system. It is a common test for women experiencing problems getting pregnant. It involves assessment of the uterus, ovaries and fallopian tubes. It is a more accurate means of making assessments than an abdominal ultrasound.
  • 3. Saline Hysterography (SIS) aka Aqua Scan Implantation failure or miscarriage can sometimes happen due to blocked fallopian tubes or uterine abnormalities such as polyps, adhesions or scar tissue, or even a septum that you were born with. This procedure can provide a better visualisation of potential obstructions. Sterile saline is placed into the uterine cavity through a thin catheter. The integrity of the uterine cavity is then examined by an ultrasound scan.
  • 4. Egg counting blood test for Anti-Mullerian Hormone This test helps determine the number of eggs you have by measuring your levels of a hormone known as the Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH). This hormone is produced by follicles in the ovaries and levels of AMH are associated with a woman’s ‘ovarian reserve’. A high ovarian reserve suggests good fertility potential. A low reserve generally indicates declining function of the ovaries.
  • 5. Consultation to explain the results We take the time to ensure that you are well-informed and fully understand the implications of any test results. You will have the opportunity to ask any questions and receive comprehensive answers in plain English so you’re never kept in the dark.
  • 6. Written report with a conclusion and advice It is important that you come out of this process not only with a good sense of what may be causing any problems with conception, but what can be done about it. We'll present you with a detailed written report of all our findings and recommendations. Our experts are among the best in their field, and you can rest assured you’ll leave with advice you can trust. Having a report in writing also enables you and your partner to revisit this detailed information as many times as you need to, as you consider your options.

Couple’s Fertility Check

£900
  • 1. Initial Consultation Starting with a consultation with one of our esteemed fertility specialists, we’ll explain to you the series of tests, throughout which you’ll have an expert consultant as your port of call.
  • 2. Semen Analysis Investigation A semen analysis is non-invasive. After collection, the semen will be assessed to establish the mobility and shape, as well as the number of sperm and overall content of the seminal fluid.
  • 3. Transvaginal Ultrasound Scan A pain free procedure that looks at the female reproductive system, this is a common test for women experiencing problems getting pregnant. The scan involves assessment of the uterus, ovaries and fallopian tubes. It is a more accurate means of making assessments than an abdominal ultrasound.
  • 4. Saline Hysterography (SIS) aka. Aqua Scan The integrity of the uterine cavity is examined by an ultrasound scan. Implantation failure or miscarriage can sometimes happen due to blocked fallopian tubes or uterine abnormalities such as polyps, adhesions or scar tissue, or even a septum that you were born with. This scan provides a better visualisation of potential obstructions.
  • 5. Egg counting blood test for Anti-Mullerian Hormone This test helps determine the number of eggs you have by measuring your levels of a hormone known as the Anti-Mullerian Hormone. This hormone is associated with a woman’s ‘ovarian reserve’.
  • 6. Consultation to explain the results Here at The Fertility and Gynaecology Academy we take the time to ensure that you are well-informed and fully understand the implications of any test results. You will have the opportunity to ask any questions and receive comprehensive answers in plain English so you’re never kept in the dark.
  • 7. Written report with a conclusion and advice It is important that you come out of this process not only with a good sense of what may be causing any problems with conception, but what can be done about it. As with the women's fertility check, we will present you with a detailed written report of all our findings and recommendations. You can rest assured you’ll leave with advice you can trust. Having a report in writing also enables you and your partner to revisit this information as many times as you need to, as you consider your options.

A Fertility MOT Check can help you and your partner achieve clarity as to where you are in your journey towards conception. We can give you straight answers as to what, if anything, needs to be done to help you along. Here at The Fertility & Gynaecology Academy, we have years of experience in helping couples to create the family they’ve always dreamed of.

To find out more about how we can help, call The Fertility & Gynaecology Academy now on 020 7224 1880.