Find out whether a gadget really can help you get pregnant
The tester: Hayley, 35, from London
'I was sent all the kit and instructions in the post, and went to a local clinic for them to take a simple blood sample. A week after, I was given a call to explain the results to me. It was all very easy and convenient.
The test is checking levels of Anti-Mullerian hormone and FSH, which apparently gives you an idea of how many eggs you have left. The results said my hormone levels were satisfactory, which was a relief, because I'm about to start trying for another baby. However, this sort of test couldn't tell me whether the eggs I had left were starting to deteriorate in quality at all. So although my mind is put at rest a bit, I don't feel like it's given me the full picture.'
The verdict: 3 stars
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