Pregnancy Testing Panels and Tests

Pregnancy Tests

  • Estradiol Test, Ultrasensitive

    This Estradiol Test is an ultrasensitive test designed to measure the amount of estradiol (a form of estrogen) in the blood.
  • Follicle Stimulating Hormone Test (FSH)

    This Follicle Stimulating Hormone Test (FSH) measures the amount of follicle stimulating hormone in the blood.
  • Pregnancy Test, Blood (hCG, Qualitative)

    This Pregnancy Test is a qualitative hCG blood test that measures levels of human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) in the blood to determine whether or not you are pregnant.

Pregnancy Testing Information

Skip the obscure, faint blue lines with convenient and conclusive online pregnancy testing. Our pregnancy tests measure traces of the hormone human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) in the blood to give you the accurate answers you need early on.

Take Control of Your Fertility

Whether you’re taking contraception or planning to start a family, accurate pregnancy testing is key to taking control of your reproductive health and future.

At-home pregnancy urine tests are a quick and widely-accepted way to check for pregnancy and fertility. However, pregnancy blood tests are more accurate than urine tests found at your local drugstore.1 Through qualitative blood testing, you can skip the guesswork and receive easy-to-understand results for both pregnancy and fertility-related hormones.

Signs You Need Fertility or Pregnancy Testing

Recognizing infertility or pregnancy might seem straightforward, but they are often overlooked or misinterpreted. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), about 11% of women and 9-12% of men experience impaired fecundity.2 And many remain unaware that they are pregnant until around 6 weeks after gestation.3 Some of the more common signs to watch out for include:

  • Missed or irregular period
  • Nausea or vomiting
  • Delayed or early puberty
  • Tender breasts
  • Abnormal fatigue
  • Painful sex
  • Constipation or increased urination.[4,5]

Pregnancy symptoms are often confused for PMS and infertility is more common than many believe. For this reason, getting testing for pregnancy and fertility-related hormones is the best way to get the concrete answers you need.

  1. Annie Stuart. “Pregnancy Tests.” Grow by WebMD. February 19, 2020.

  2. Anjani Chandra, et al. “Infertility and Impaired Fecundity in the United States,1982–2010: Data From the National Survey of Family Growth.” Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. August 14, 2013.

  3. Branum, Amy M, and Katherine A Ahrens. “Trends in Timing of Pregnancy Awareness Among US Women.” Maternal and child health journal vol. 21,4 (2017): 715-726. doi:10.1007/s10995-016-2155-1.

  4. “Symptoms of pregnancy: What happens first.” Mayo Clinic. December 3, 2021.

  5. Kelli Miller. “Understanding Infertility: Symptoms and Causes.” WebMD. October 1, 2021.