AMH is a reliable biomarker serving as a proxy for the quantity of eggs in the ovaries. Additionally, it could also help initiate discussion with your doctor about different fertility treatments, provide clues on PCOS, early menopause and much more!
Think about this hormone as the “conductor of the ovary orchestra.” The rise and fall of E2 that cues FSH production. It serves as an indicator of ovarian function
FSH is responsible for stimulating follicle growth and ovulation. Testing FSH and E2 provides insights on how the ovaries and pituitary gland are working together.
TSH keeps the thyroid gland under check. The thyroid gland and its hormones engage closely in reproductive functions.
LH provides the ‘Go’ signal for the grand release of your mature egg into the fallopian tube (ovulation) as part of your monthly cycle.
fT4 is produced by the thyroid gland. fT4 along with TSH give insights into the overall functioning of the thyroid gland.
Like most of the other hormones, Prolactin is a multi-tasker. In addition to being responsible for breast milk production, Prolactin takes part in metabolic activities and immune system regulation.
Although produced in small amounts, Testosterone participates in tissue development in the ovaries and promotes bone strength, among many other functions!
Helps diagnose non-classical congenital adrenal hyperplasia (NCCAH) which leads to abnormal development of sex organs & sexual characteristics.
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Your current egg count
Risk of conditions that may affect fertility
If egg freezing or IVF is a potential option for you
Personalised recommendations on the way forward
Guaranteed birth of a healthy child
Guaranteed chances of conception in the future
Success rate of fertility treatments
Genetic root cause of infertility
POI occurs when a women’s ovaries stop functioning normally and are unable to release eggs regularly before the age of 40. In the event you are at an elevated risk of POI, take corrective measures beforehand and ensure your future plans are not compromised. Learn More
PCOS is a condition that often results in irregular periods or lack of ovulation. In such cases, higher production of AMH and high levels of testosterone is generally observed. Should your test results indicate an elevated risk of PCOS, consulting your doctor and initiating treatment coupled with lifestyle changes can help you manage it effectively and efficiently. Learn More
The thyroid gland partakes in reproductive functions including regulating your period, ovulation and conception. It has an influence on your overall reproductive health and fertility. Should your results indicate a thyroid disorder, consult your doctor and take corrective measures. Learn More
NCCAH is a genetic condition that causes lack of gential ambiguity. Women with NCCAH experience excess male-like hair growth, irregular menstruation, and lowered fertility potential. Should your results indicate an elevated risk for NCCAH, work with your doctor understanding the cause of the condition coupled with medications and follow-up treatment procedures can help you manage the condition effectively and efficiently. Learn More
Hyperprolactinemia is a condition in which high levels of prolactin are detected in the blood which may disrupt the normal production and functions of the other reproductive hormones including LH and FSH. As a result, ovulation may be disrupted and this may influence your overall fertility. High prolactin levels are also associated with a poor uterus lining preparation for embryo implantation. Learn More
FHA is absence of menstruation caused when the hypothalamus does not send signals to your body to produce FSH, E2 and LH. Should your results indicate an elevated risk for FHA, consulting your doctor and understanding the cause of the condition coupled with medications and follow-up treatments can help you manage the condition. Learn More
Ovarian reserve is like a bank that doesn’t take deposits though you’re withdrawing from it each month. The level of AMH in your blood can help doctors estimate the total number of eggs left in your ovarian reserve that can potentially be fertilized by sperm and result in pregnancy. Learn More
Testing AMH can help you understand if egg freezing is a potential option to consider along with your chances of having a live birth using those frozen eggs. Should your results indicate a rich ovarian reserve, you may choose to preserve your fertility for future use or you may consult a Fertility Specialist to plan accordingly. Learn More
Ovulation is the process your body goes through while releasing an egg. LH surges are necessary for ovulation and PRL triggers ovulation which allows eggs to develop and mature fully. Testing your hormones can help ensure there’s nothing interfering with ovulation. Learn More
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We not only offer an interactive experience but also provide an insight on what all information you will get in your smart reports. In that way, we will help you navigate through your entire testing journey
We want to empower you with the correct information and for that, we have designed SMART reports that are reliable and easy to understand. These reports are physician-verified, provide customised recommendations, and may also help you self-monitor your healthcare needs. Plus, you can share them with your doctor with just a few clicks
We want you to understand the logic and science behind what we do. So, your report is not just about numbers but crafted in a way to help you visualise and comprehend why, what, how, as well as the next steps
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We understand the importance of expert advice, at the right time. That is why we don't just provide your levels and leave it at that. Our in-house team of medical experts interpret any out-of-range results and provide tailored advice
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We minimize scope for data errors by utilising bi-directional interface with testing equipment and lab management softwares, utilize barcodes throughout the process, deploy robots and algorithms where applicable for process automations
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We're continuously expanding our laboratory network so that we can deliver you results at the earliest. Our regional and branch lab network is now pan-India, and is supported by central reference lab at Chennai
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Doctor's throughout the country rely on us to make critical decisions given the complexity of genomics tests, and we support families by making available genetic and other counselors to assist with understanding the test and associated results
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Yes. With LifeCell’s OvaScore, you can gather an insight into your current reproductive health status. Should you choose to preserve your fertility for future use, you may additionally opt-in for OvaVault that provides an opportunity to use your own frozen eggs in future, when you are actually ready for a baby!
You can get your OvaScore done from the age of attaining menarche and through your reproductive years.
Our services are currently available PAN India.
The three key highlights of OvaScore are comfort, privacy and confidentiality right from sample collection at your home to 1:1 private virtual discussion with a Gynecologist. The decision to know your OvaScore is only between us.
Through the questionnaire, we capture important information regarding your reproductive health to help us give you an accurate diagnosis of the same.
You can order the kit through our website www.lifecell.in by signing up online and making the necessary payment through multiple options available.
The kit will reach you within 3 days from the date of your enrollment and payment complete in all aspects. In case you do not receive the kit beyond 3 working days you are requested to contact our contact center or write to us.
The collection kit has been designed to be absolutely safe, secure, sterile and tamper-proof when it is handled by multiple personnel and travels through various geographies during transit.
The above mentioned safety & security features will ensure that your OvaScore kit is carefully handled and transported both ways. However, in case you find the outer cover seal tampered, hologram sticker removed/tampered or the kit damaged at the time of receipt, you would need to carefully inspect the contents inside and check. If you find any contents missing or damaged, you would need to report to us immediately no later than 24 hours from the time of receipt along with photographs for us to assess the extent of damage, if any. Based on our assessment we shall organize to send you a replacement kit or the missing contents free of charge.
The collection kit comes with a shelf life of xx days/months. That said, it is recommended that collection is done upon receipt of the kit and the same is dispatched immediately. This will ensure accurate prediction of your test results and ease of processing. If you anticipate a longer delay, we suggest that you place your order accordingly, else you may have to order a fresh kit at additional costs.
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Yes! The test is tailor made depending on the type of birth control (Hormonal birth control). In that case, you can test AMH, FSH, fT4 alone.
Choose a day and place an order for your kit. It's only a simple finger prick in the convenience of your own home! After the lab receives your sample, you'll receive individualized reports in your dashboard in 3-5 days. We're here to help you every step of the journey. You can schedule an online consultation with our fertility experts to help you understand your results better.
In India, currently these tests are not covered by any medical insurance providers.
Every test gives you a snapshot of your reproductive health at the time. But your fertility changes over time as your age, lifestyle, and environment change.Testing on a regular basis might help you track how your fertility hormones are changing. It not only provides you with the most up-to-date information for making reproductive health decisions, but it also serves as a vital medical history in the event that you ever require fertility treatment.
Yes. It's clearer than ever why testing from home is such a huge advantage. Even in these unpredictable times, you can keep track of your fertility and make plans. You receive your test in the mail, take your own sample, and mail it to the lab, where the machines will process your blood. Our labs have been in contact with us and are running normally.
This test does not require a prescription. You can take up the test when you wish. In the event your doctor recommends getting tested, OvaScore is the best choice since you can take up the test at the comfort of your home.
The price of the test is INR 2990. Click here to know more.
Yes. Our experts, who are qualified doctors, created the hormone test. We created the test to be comprehensive to give you and your doctor a complete view of your fertility
The cost of the test kit includes both delivery to you and shipping back to the lab. Your order will arrive in 3-5 business days, depending on your location.
Yes. Once your kitbox is out for delivery you will receive the tracking details.
We recommend that you fast for 8 hours before collecting your blood sample as this will help our labs to attain the clearest results to measure your reproductive health. The easiest time to do so is first thing in the morning before breakfast. Having had a shower beforehand helps get the flow going. Be sure to drink a lot of water because being hydrated is one of the best things you can do to prepare for a hassle free collection process.
Some of the hormones we test keep fluctuating throughout the menstrual cycle. It is medically recommended to test these hormones on Day 3 of a cycle. Day 3 is considered as the baseline for testing hormones as it helps interpret results accurately.
Full flow is when your bleeding is heavy enough to need a sanitary pad/tampon/menstrual cup.
If you have only one or two days of flow, you can take the test on Day 2 of your menstrual cycle. Be sure to count Day 1 as the first day of full flow before 5 pm.
Do not place your finger directly on the Blood Collection Card. Lightly touch the blood drop to one side of the Blood Collection Card, allowing blood to fill the pre-printed circle completely.
The maximum permitted time for the sample to reach the lab is 48 hours post collection and the kit has been designed accordingly. However, ideally samples need to reach our laboratory within 24 hours to ensure that the transit temperature is maintained well within the desired & optimum levels. Hence to ensure the best quality of results, it is recommended that the sample is handed over to our logistics partner on the same day of collection (before 2 PM).
When your kit arrives, you might not be ready to use it straight away. Just make sure you store it in a cool, dry place. We recommend leaving your kit somewhere in view, so that you're reminded to do it. Be sure not to leave it somewhere it'll be exposed to direct sunlight, or other extreme temperatures.
Fill in your name, CRM number and the date & time of sample collection.
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Once your results are ready, you’ll receive an email notification that will redirect you to your personal dashboard.
Your OvaScore report will be made available to you through your personalized dashboard in 3-4 days after receipt of your blood sample at our lab and found suitable for testing. You can also download and print your report anytime in the future by logging in to your dashboard using your login credentials.
Your OvaScore Report will contain details of your reproductive hormones that were tested to gather information about your reproductive health. These include AMH, FSH, E2, LH, PRL, TSH, T4 ,Total T and 17-OHP.
Certainly. LifeCell has a Gynecologist on board to assist you. Once you get your OvaScore report you can connect with the “Gynecologist” who shall be able to address all your queries pertaining to your report, reproductive hormones and potential outcomes of egg freezing in detail. You would need to fix a prior tele-counselling appointment in our portal for a consultation with our Gynecologist and this service is complimentary. We assure you that your details and reports shall be maintained with utmost confidentiality and will be used only for the purpose of counselling or offering our services.
If your sample is found not suitable for processing you would need to provide an additional sample through repeat collection. You shall be provided with a collection kit for repeat collection at a nominal cost.
Absolutely! You can download or share results with your doctor from your personal dashboard.
If your results aren't typical or what you expected, you can talk to our fertility experts to navigate your way forward.
You can schedule a virtual consultation with our fertility experts.
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