Are At-Home Fertility Tests Legit? Doctors Weigh In
Nowadays, there's seemingly an at-home test for anything and everything you can imagine. Genetics, food sensitivities and allergies, STDs, glucose levels . . . the list just keeps going. And, of course, there's the OG: the pregnancy test. There's also at-home fertility tests, which have become popular in recent years and are marketed primarily to women and those assigned female at birth who are trying to conceive.
But the "how" surrounding at-home fertility tests remains confusing for some — and even more confusing is what to do with the results. Dr. Eric Flisser weighs in on at-home fertility tests, how they work, and what they can and cannot do.
To read the full article, click here.