Infertility can be hereditary. Our FREE online screening tells you your risk of infertility in your 30’s.
If your mother or grandmother struggled with infertility or early menopause, it could have been due to premature ovarian aging (POA), a silent form of infertility that affects 1 in 10 women and tends to run in families. Women with POA may struggle to conceive naturally as early as age 33.
Our free online screening predicts your future fertility now by assessing your future risk of developing premature ovarian aging. If a female relative has struggled with infertility, let What’s My Fertility give you peace of mind and help you plan your reproductive future.
What is Premature Ovarian Aging?
It’s true that fertility declines with age for all women, but about 10% of women have a condition called premature ovarian aging (POA), which causes a woman’s fertility to decline at a faster rate than normal. A woman with POA may have the same natural pregnancy chances at age 33 as an average woman does at age 40.
If having a family is important to you, it’s best to find out your fertility profile before it’s too late.
The assessment is on us. You only pay for your labs.
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What’s My Fertility serves women all around the country. If you already have the lab results needed for the assessment, go ahead and submit them via our secure, HIPAA-compliant online portal. If you need labs done, we can provide a prescription for testing, which you’ll use to get tested at a center near you.
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After 30 years of seeing countless women struggle to become pregnant and finding out they have premature ovarian aging only after it’s too late, CHR physicians founded What’s My Fertility to help women understand their personal fertility prognosis as early as possible. Our world-renowned doctors have partnered with some of the most prominent fertility academics to provide to help women take control of their fertility and avoid infertility treatment in the future.Learn More About Us