Know your fertility profile today, for a secure tomorrow.

At what stage in your conception journey are you?

Whether you are confused about having kids and want to keep your options open, or are trying to have a kid right now, we’re here to help you discover the next steps that make the most sense for your personal preferences.

I want to have a baby sooner or later.

Know what you can do now to best position yourself for having a baby in the future at your own terms. 

I have been trying to have a baby.

If you have been trying for a while, you are not alone. Know what to do next in order to have a successful pregnancy.

Factors that affect fertility


While planning a baby, know what time would be the best for conception.


Age is the most influential factor on your fertility and chances of having a baby.


A healthy weight (BMI) increases your chances of getting pregnant.


A healthy lifestyle has a positive effect on your fertility.


Timely diagnosis and treatment could help your fertility profile

Know your fertility profile and hormonal health.

Whether you wants to have kids right now, or in the far, far future, we have got your back. Even if you do not wish to have kids, we will help you monitor your fertility profile for a better and healthy life.

What Hormones do we test?

Anti-Müllerian Hormone Test(AMH)

Levels of serum AMH hormone is used to estimate the number of eggs a woman has left. It also helps oocyte maturation, follicular development and determination of the number of growing follicles in the ovary.


High levels of Prolactin impairs the normal production of  hormones such as estrogen and progesterone by altering or stopping ovulation. Levels should be low if the woman is not pregnant or breast-feeding.

Follicle Stimulating Hormone(FSH)

FSH is mainly responsible for the growth and maturation of the follicle that releases an egg in a menstrual cycle. Any abnormalities in the level of this hormone can negatively impact ovulation.

Luteinizing Hormone(LH)

Luteinizing hormone (LH) stimulates the ovaries to release an egg and start producing progesterone. Insufficient levels of this hormone can be the reason of fertility problems.

Testosterone(Total T)

High levels of testosterone in women’s body may worsen insulin resistance and interfere with ovulation, thereby impairing fertility.


Estrogen is required for proper follicular growth and development. It also makes the Fallopian tube’s environment more conducive for sperm’s movement to the ovary.

Thyroid Stimulating Hormone(TSH) and Thyroxine(T4)

The condition when the thyroid gland doesn’t produce enough of certain important hormones is called hypothyroidism. Ovulation is when the egg is released from the ovary. The ease of ovulation may be impacted, which impairs fertility, when the production of thyroid hormones is low. Autoimmune or pituitary disorders are some underlying causes of hypothyroidism that may impair fertility.

Talk to a trusted physician

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Schedule a 1:1 consultation with an expert for a complete analysis of your fertility profile.

Interactive Tools

Ovulation Tracker

What is the best time for you to get pregnant? Try our ovulation tracker to keep a track of your cycle and your fertility window.

Conception Checklist

Try our conception checklist tool to see how you are doing on the different factors affecting your fertility.

Fertility Timeline

Use our fertility timeline tool to keep a track of when and how many children you want to have, and help you plan your pregnancy journey.

Know more, even before talking to our physician

We have covered dominant concern areas around fertility in the reads below. All the clinical content below has been authored by a top physician and will equip you to be better prepared for your call and ask the right questions.

Discussion forum

We are building an online forum for women like you to freely ask questions to certified experts in various fields and get your queries resolved.

You can head over to the forum to post your questions to experts or view answers to questions we received.

Did you know?

In a study conducted by AIIIMS Delhi in 2018, only 26% of the participants were aware of the critical age threshold after which it becomes difficult to get pregnant. Test your knowledge now!!