Medical-quality Fertility Diagnostics for Her & Him
Did you know that up to 70% of fertility challenges can be attributed to the male side alone or a combination of issues with both partners? The Hers & His is the only all in one kit that covers both the male and female side to help you get pregnant faster, together. This kit includes:
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For all cycles tracked with Complete, you will need to start on cycle day 5 (a.k.a. 5 days after the start of your period).
Complete customizes your testing protocol to your unique cycle. While FSH testing days are always consistent, everyone’s testing protocol will look a little different based on their cycle length. The below represents testing for a 30-day cycle.
Please refer to kit instructions for specific details.
Complete is our most comprehensive test yet! You’ll track all 4 menstrual cycle hormones to screen for the leading causes of infertility.
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At the end of each Complete testing cycle, you’ll receive a full-cycle analysis, where you’ll learn about your ovarian reserve status, hormone levels and balance, and whether or not your ovulation was successful — all critical info to have when trying to get pregnant. From there, you can bring your results to your doctor to discuss the best next steps for you.
Yes. You must use Proov Complete with the Proov Insight app to gain full-cycle hormone insights. Please note that Proov Complete is only compatible with the following phone models:
We are working to add more models to this list. If you have a question about your phone model, please reach out to us at email@example.com.
Traditional ovulation predictor tests measure just one hormone (luteinizing hormone) to identify your two most fertile days, but this is only one piece of the fertility puzzle. Proov Complete provides extensive additional data to help you better understand your hormone balance, cycle, and ovulation, so you can be better set up for success. In addition to measuring LH, you’ll measure FSH to assess your ovarian reserve, E1G (a marker of estrogen) to identify your longest possible fertile window, and PdG (a marker of progesterone) to check for successful ovulation.
Yes, it is essential you use the first urine of the morning for each test. When prompted by the app to test, collect your urine as soon as you wake up after holding it for at least six hours. Using anything other than first morning urine can cause inaccurate results.
There are many options for improving hormone balance or promoting successful ovulation — often we find the fix can be simple! While we always recommend consulting your doctor to determine the best next steps, you can find suggestions based only on your individual hormone insights in the Improovments section of the Proov Insight app.
He can test whenever he’s ready! However, it’s best not to have intercourse or ejaculate 2-5 days before testing so we recommend targeting testing accordingly.
The Proov Male Fertility Test measures Motile Sperm Concentration (how many sperm are actually moving) and sperm quality. The YO app then compares your partner’s results to laboratory standards and to other men who have fathered children.
MSC is the number of moving sperm in 1 milliliter of your partner’s sample. The Proov Male Fertility test is an important test because it checks for moving sperm — a critical characteristic since sperm needs to be able to swim to the egg!
Since sperm must be able to swim to the egg for conception to occur, knowing your partner’s concentration of moving sperm is an important piece of the fertility puzzle. The Proov Male Fertility Test also provides a MSC ranking and a personal reference video, which can be shared with your doctor if needed.
Please see here for the Yo Sperm Test FAQ. For specific questions about your Yo Sperm test, we recommend reaching out to the Yo Sperm team directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Check can detect hCG in urine up to 5 days before your next expected period. You can test that early, or wait to test until after a missed period.
Please refer to kit instructions for specific details.
After a fertilized egg implants into the uterus, the placenta forms and produces hCG (human chorionic gonadotropin), also called the pregnancy hormone. Once a pregnancy begins, a small amount of hCG may be detectable in urine.
A positive Check test means you are most likely pregnant. A negative Check test could mean you are not pregnant, or the level of hCG is not yet high enough to be detected by the test.
If you are unsure of your results — regardless of if they are positive or negative — we recommend testing again at least 48 hours after initially testing.
Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (hCG) is the hormone produced by the body when you are pregnant. The presence of hCG in your urine suggests that you are most likely pregnant.
If you are testing with Proov Check before a missed period, you must use first morning urine. If you are testing with Proov Check after a missed period, you can test using urine from any time of day.
A positive Proov Check test indicates that hCG is present and you are most likely pregnant. We always recommend following up with your doctor to confirm pregnancy and discuss next steps.
A negative Proov Check test result could indicate that you are not pregnant or the amount of hCG was not high enough to be detected. If you are unsure of your result or still suspect you may be pregnant, you can test at least 48 hours later.