How What’s My Fertility Works
What’s My Fertility POA Risk Screening at CHR
What’s My Fertility was developed by physicians at CHR to offer young women (between 18 and 35) the opportunity to undergo POA screening before the condition becomes a clinical infertility problem later in life. Armed with knowledge and personalized advice from our physicians, at-risk women can better plan their life, and, likely, avoid struggles with infertility in their thirties and forties. Those women with no risk for developing POA can feel more confident in postponing pregnancies and concentrating on other priorities.
What’s My Fertility Step-by-Step
- Preliminary Assessment
- Registration & Lab Test Results
- Full Assessment and Recommendation
First, go to What’sMyFertility.com to answer a few short questions about your medical and family history. The results of this questionnaire will tell you whether you’re at a low or high risk for POA.
To save your results, register for an account. It’s free and 100% confidential.
Registering also allows you to continue with a more complete assessment by submitting lab test results for your FSH levels, AMH levels, and your FMR1 gene status. If you already have these lab results, you can submit them right away for a free, full assessment and recommendation.
If you don’t have these lab results, we’ll write you a prescription for testing at a LabCorp location near you. This testing costs $274, which is paid entirely to LabCorp - What’s My Fertility does not make a profit on your testing.
The preliminary screening is available to women anywhere in the world. In the U.S., the full screening is currently available only in some states. However, women in the U.S. states where the full online screening is not available can still receive screening and consult our physicians for fertility planning advice at CHR. Please contact us here if you’d like to make an appointment.
Once we have your results, one of our world-class fertility experts will give you information about:
- Whether you currently have premature ovarian aging
- Your likelihood of developing premature ovarian aging in the future
- The ideal time for you to have children
- If your results reveal that you have POA, we’ll provide, treatment recommendations and options for fertility preservation.
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Last Updated: October 16, 2019