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Reserve FSH Tests

Reserve FSH Tests

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Check on Your Egg Count

Your ovarian reserve can impact your conception timeline. With Proov Reserve, you can check on your ovarian reserve status from the comfort of home, without a blood draw. The free Proov Insight app makes it easier than ever to keep track of testing and interpret your results to understand an estimate of where your egg count stands so you can make a plan for now, or later. 

Trying to get pregnant? Try Complete – our full-cycle fertility test kit for the most info possible!

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What's Included

  • 6 FSH tests - Enough for 2 cycles!
  • Proov Insight app
  • Proov app card
  • Instructions for use

*Please see FAQ for device compatibility list

When You'll Test

Reserve tracks FSH (follicle stimulating hormone) early in the cycle to understand ovarian reserve. You’ll test on cycle days 5, 7, and 9. If you’re not yet familiar with cycle days, no worries! Cycle day 5 is 5 days after the start of your period.

The Science

  • Reserve tests track follicle stimulating hormone, or FSH for short. FSH is the hormone responsible for selecting the follicle to ovulate in a given cycle.
  • When there are less follicles (and eggs) left, it takes more FSH to select a follicle. So, higher FSH levels can indicate there are less eggs left — information critical to making a plan!


  • Low FSH results indicate that there likely is no diminished ovarian reserve.
  • Mid-range FSH results indicate ovarian reserve may have started to diminish.
  • High-range FSH results indicate ovarian reserve is potentially diminished.
  • If results are mid or high range, you should discuss with your doctor to make a plan.

Who This Test Is For

  • Women who want to understand their ovarian reserve
  • Women who are over 35 and trying to conceive
  • Women who have been trying to conceive, but without success
  • Women who are not ovulating successfully and want to see if ovarian reserve might be a factor
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