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Rachel Gurevich

My Beef With the New At-Home First Response FSH Levels Test

By April 2, 2009

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First Response, a company best known for their ovulation predictor kits and pregnancy tests, is coming out with an at-home fertility test. According to the article I read at the New York Times online, this new test will measure your levels of FSH hormone, and let you know if the levels are too high. (High FSH levels are one possible indicator of age related infertility.)

I suppose at-home fertility tests are the logical next step for a company that already makes tests to help predict ovulation and tests for pregnancy. And on the surface, the idea sounds enticing. Especially if the at-home test meant you didnít need to see a fertility specialist or your gynecologist. Who wants to make those appointments anyway, right?

Except thereís one big problem -- taking this at-home fertility test wonít keep you from needing to go in to see the doctor. In fact, getting a normal result on this test wonít even tell you whether or not youíre infertile. Why?

Because high FSH levels are only one of many possible indicators of infertility. Because you can have normal FSH levels, and still deal with age related infertility. Because age related infertility is only one potential cause of infertility. Because this test completely ignores other causes of infertility like PCOS, endometriosis, blocked fallopian tubes, other causes of anovulation, and male infertility.

Case in point, my FSH levels are completely normal. But Iím still infertile. If I also bought their ovulation kits, I might think I ovulate every month, too. Except, I donít. (An ovulation predictor kit canít tell you if you ovulated, only if you might do so soon, maybe.) If I didnít know any better, their tests would do nothing but give me a false sense of hope.

There are some good points. I like the idea that infertility will be out there in front of people. The news article mentioned that TV spots will advertise the new product, and I like the idea of more people knowing that fertility isnít a given. Fertility education is desperately needed. I also like the idea of giving women more information with which to consult their doctors with.

That said, I donít think this product is a good way to get those results. Iím concerned that women will buy the test, get a normal result, and then put off seeing a doctor. And while the instructions with the test do tell women that they should still see a doctor even if the results are normal, that doesnít make me feel any better.

The box is even being marketed to offer a false sense of hope. In capital letters, the box says, ďAre You Able to Get Pregnant?Ē Of course, there is a little asterisk, with fine print warning consumers that FSH levels are only one kind of fertility measure.

But who really pays attention to the fine print?

The test wonít even save you any money. If you have been trying to get pregnant for more than a year (or more than six months, if youíre over age 35), and the test is normal, you still need to see the doctor. You and your partner will still need to have other fertility tests.

If the First Response FSH Test gives you an abnormal result, youíll also still need to see the doctor.

Will the test save you money? Nope. Youíll still end up paying the co-pay at your doctorís office.

Will the test really tell you if you are able to get pregnant, like the copy on the box suggests? Nope.

If you take the test today, and itís normal, does that mean you absolutely have another year before you need to worry about age related infertility? Nope.

My thoughts, as harsh as this may sound? This test plays off the emotions and anxieties of couples trying to get pregnant, and wondering whether or not their biological clock is about to stop ticking. It plays off these emotions without any promises or reassurances, and in the end, is a waste of $25.

What are your thoughts? Please share them in the comment section below. I want to hear from you!

Comments
April 2, 2009 at 11:46 am
(1) spurfer says:

I am SO glad you blogged about this! I saw the same NYT article you did, and wondered if I should pick up a box before my next gyn appointment. You’ve saved me a ton of money and heartache. Thank you. : )

April 2, 2009 at 1:28 pm
(2) Barb says:

Rachel– You are right on. This is just a money-making scheme. My FSH isn’t high, but my eggs act like they are! That test would not be helpful for those like me in the least. Not to mention that there are so many other causes of IF. And, that you would need to have the test confirmed by the doc. As someone who has been through 3.5 years of IF, that test would have given me a false sense that I was okay, particularly if I didn’t read the fine print (like you mentioned).

April 7, 2009 at 2:40 am
(3) Barbara says:

Thanks to blogged about it and provide us opportunity to comment on it.
Barbara Brown

April 25, 2009 at 12:25 pm
(4) babesy says:

I got one of these free at my job, so decided to take it. The results were extremely subjective. My husband is an optimist and said “oh the test line is definitely lighter.” To me it looked closer to similar to the reference line. So what do you do with THOSE results. Well, it didn’t give me anymore information than I had before and only resulted in another fertility-related fight with hubby. I say just stick with your doctors.

May 21, 2009 at 9:16 pm
(5) trying says:

Oh, man, I just bought this test. Was going to do it tomorrow morning. I did read the fine print, so I realized it wouldn’t tell me for certain whether or not I’m able to get pregnant. I guess when you’ve been trying for 5 months and nothing yet (need to wait for that year mark before seeing a doctor), you look for something to give you hope. I guess First Response knows how to play to those hopes/anxieties of ours…

May 30, 2009 at 2:52 am
(6) Wendy says:

I understand the concerns noted here, but I also think there is some comfort in being able to test for it at home. I think any women to the point of buying FSH tests is also using ovaluation tests or fertility monitors (and possibly basal temp checking to check for actual ovaluation. This at home test is just add one more piece of info to the puzzle. Obviously there is only so much you can do at home, but the cool thing about all this is that there ARE things you can do at home now that could benefit many people. If the test line comes up dark and you had no idea you had high FSH, then this would probably help you seek help from a doctor sooner if you failed to conceive. I think the test is good at educating people that after 6-12 months of trying to concieve that help should be sought if the couple has not been successful. I think the more information the public can get for themselves the better. We are our own best health advocates. The key is to use your brain when intrepreting the tests…and I think most women will do this. I am in favor of the tests.

June 20, 2009 at 4:26 pm
(7) TTC says:

I second Wendy’s comment and would like to emphasize that many doctors will refuse to test FSH and other hormones for women under 35 until they have passed the 1-year mark of trying to conceive unsuccessfully.

I am 31 and have irregular periods, and I practically had to force my doctor to let me have my hormone levels tested 9 months after perfectly timed sex with no pregnancy. Frustratingly, my levels were “normal” and thus didn’t tell me why I hadn’t yet conceived. But I would rather have the knowledge sooner rather than later. The first response test is at least an option for women who suspect something may be amiss after several months of well-timed trying.

August 2, 2009 at 11:41 pm
(8) DD says:

I agree with Wendy and TTC, I’m 28 and I think it’s just good to know sooner than later.

August 11, 2009 at 4:03 pm
(9) Emily says:

Thank you for bringing this up. I found myself saying much the same thing on a message board for infertile people, just this morning. This company is praying on women who want answers, and might not have a lot of good information to start with. Its pathetic. Like you, I also get positive ovulation tests every month, and do not really ovulate. I took these for a year before I had a complete infertility workup, assuming I was ovulating the whole time. I wanted to mention that from what I can tell, these tests are also very shady when it comes to interpreting the result. Its like an opk, you have to sort of make a guess based on the color of the lines.

September 3, 2009 at 11:10 pm
(10) Susan says:

Whether this nearly 40 year old TTC No. 2 for about a year just wasted $25 remains to be seen. I read the box, even the fine print, and decided that, since I called for an appointment today and can’t get an appointment until December unless they can fit me in sooner, I might as well try this so I can report the results to my doctor when I do see her.

September 4, 2009 at 7:48 am
(11) Dawn says:

I’m in the same boat. 38 year and ttc #3 for a while now. I have has hsg and my tubes are all clear, bbt says I’m ovulating some months. I have an appointment with the fertility specialist next month, and was concerned that maybe my eggs are coming out of my ovaries on a walker. If that’s the case, most likely I’d be looking at using donor eggs. Not the route I want to go with #3. This test just helped relieve that concern somewhat. That was worth the $25.

October 23, 2009 at 2:46 pm
(12) Mandy says:

I feel like I am entering the hell!!!! I did the test this morning which showed elevated results (both tests). Like many females out there, I was curious to find out how fertile I was. I just never thought what I would do with Ďthatí piece of information. So, here I am, 32 and single, going through my emotional ups and downs due to my period, and ohhh ĎI hear the clockíÖ.
P.S. I have already called my primary.

December 17, 2009 at 11:36 am
(13) Joanna says:

I agree with some of the other women who have said this test could be useful. For example, I am 38 years old and just starting to TTC my second. As I have conceived one, I can most likely (not 100% but most likely) rule out some cause of infertility such as uterine abnormalities, blocked tubes and male factors. In addition I am charting so I am able to see that most likely (again not 100%) I am ovulating and have a sufficient luteal phase, progesterone levels etc. So, for me the big question is ovarian reserve after two years (my son was conceived when I was 35) …. although I am comforted by the fact my cycles are pretty regular. This test may allow me to know whether to vist the doc right away or wait for 6 or so months TTC. I guess it is useful for people who are have educated themselves about their cycles.

January 11, 2010 at 1:11 am
(14) katie says:

I’m not sure this test is at all helpful. First Response does not publish what sensitivity level it uses but other similar home FSH tests can only detect FSH levels above 25! I have an FSH of 8 and my ovarian reserve is borderline. Anything over 9 is too high! An FSH of 15 is awful, but this test only detects at 25???? If their tests are not sensitive all the way down to 9, they are useless for those ttc. My co-pay at the doctor was only $35 and he told me my exact FSH, estrodial and LH (all these levels are needed to really determine ovarian reserve) plus a ton of other hormones. Also, something this test won’t help with… if you have diminished ovarian reserve, you can have high day 3 estrodial level which then keeps your FSH level falsely low so you would take this home test and it would tell you your ovarian reserve is ok, but it’s not. High estrodial keeping FSH falsely low is not at all an uncommon occurance in women over 35. Skip the test. See your doctor before you waste more of your valuable time. 6 months makes a lot of difference when you’re talking diminished ovarian reserve.

January 19, 2010 at 7:47 am
(15) Margaret says:

I took the test this morning…after seeing that my results were “normal” (I was very excited) i had to sit down a minute and ponder what that really meant…I came up with the same conclusion as you..really nothing…except giving me a few minutes of glee knowing that I was not starting to go through menopause…then I realized it did not even mean that!!! Of to the doc I go…less my $25.00

February 3, 2010 at 9:17 pm
(16) Rebecca says:

I think we could avoid this stuff all together if they tested for fertility annually when we visited our gyno. At this point, if i find out i’m unable to become pregnant, along with the general disappointment, i will be very upset about all the money i wasted over the years buying pregnancy tests and birth control pills.

March 17, 2010 at 7:51 pm
(17) Angela says:

I can certainly understand your concerns over the negative aspects of home FSH testing. I have been dealing with infertility (or recurrent miscarriage) issues for eighteen years. I have lost eight with there being eleven years between #6 and #7. The #7 (FINALLY) brought about an explanation, however it also indicated an FSH level of 16.4 – doc rounds up and says 17. numbers don’t sound good to one doc though the other doc says she has patients who have conceived and birthed with levels up to the low 20s. I am currently in the process of a miscarriage (hCG levels show loss of viability, still haven’t passed the baby/tissue). I am excited about being able to check FSH levels at home as this will allow me to take a more proactive stance in my tick-tocking away fertility. I will be able to tell or watch as my remaining chances of fertility fluctuate. This may be disconcerting to a few however for someone like me who has nothing to lose (except time) the more tests and levels I am able to monitor and track in the comfort of my home – as opposed to taking time out of work and having to make trips back and forth to labs as well as sit and wait, welllll the convenvience of performing such tasks at home is comforting to me. Also, this will allow me to be able to present my doctor with information while taking up less of her time. ONE VERY IMPORTANT FACT — I have been learning about the reproduction processes (and lack of) for half of my life anyone unfamiliar or even new to these issues and knowledge of the processes may well end up more confused and stressed.

April 3, 2010 at 4:44 pm
(18) Kerry says:

I’m afraid I agree that they’re probably no use at all to anyone. I’ve already been advised that my egg quality is too low for IVF as my 3 day fsh levels have been noted as in the 30′s and 40′s! Still in denial, I bought home test strips in the hope of getting some results that would prove the hospital tests were wrong, yet not one home test since then has shown my levels to be above 25. If I was initially seeing this as good news, I’m now more convinced than ever, that after 5 months of low fsh test results at home, the tests are not actually giving me realistic results and that they are a complete waste of time. If, even when your levels are above 25, the test doesn’t identify this, it just gives people like me, false hope, and could delay people who haven’t had hospital tests yet, from seeing a doctor. Seeing a doctor sooner rather than later could make all the difference in some cases.

August 20, 2010 at 8:10 pm
(19) manjolie says:

I took the first response test today, cd 3, right before I left for the lab to have the levels checked at the lab(estraidol and FSH). I had 3 live births between the ages of 25 and 32. However, I have had 6 losses (1 set of twins,2 ectopics (loss of left tube and damage to my right), and 4 other pregnancy losses. Heartbeats were detected early but I still lost them all.
I had an ultrasound HSG test in May and conceived that month. That pregnancy resulted in my last loss, the ectopic pregnancy that occured in my left tube. I lost my baby and my fallopian tube. The HSG that I had done ONLY looked at my uterus and NOT MY TUBES.
So, here I am at 39 soon-to-be 40 with “limited hope” according to my RE.
I am thankful for my living children. But, that is not going to make up for my losses or loss of ability to have children.
I am not using this test at home to determine my fertility. It came as a sample with a box of 3 FRER HPT’s. So, I lost really nothing. I am interested in comparing it to the labs that were drawn today.
Using it to determine “IF” someone can get pregnant is printed on the box, BUT ALL the literature inside explains the limitations of the test and what it is testing for. I think that most people with at least some experience with the ttc process vs. “oops I am pregnant” can moderately understand.
I would not rely solely on this test no matter what because it says it does not address all fertility issues.
For me, it’s screening for egg quantity and quality. I have to have more labs done next month or the month after….(months seem like years after all this pregnancy losses and heartbreaks).

I also have an HSG test scheduled for next Fri. to check my uterus and tubes with contrast dye.

Good luck with all of your dreams and may they come true!!!!!!!!!!!!

September 11, 2010 at 6:27 pm
(20) Amie says:

I’m 27 and got one of these tests free in a box of pregnancy tests. I just finished my fourth cycle since going off birth control. If I’m not pregnant by the end of my sixth cycle, I’m making an appointment with my OBGYN to get things checked out. There’s no way I’m waiting a full year, and I chose this doctor because a friend who had fertility issues recommended him after he listened to their concerns and did testing early on instead of give them the standard “try for a year before testing” response.

In the mean time, I plan to use this test on the third day of this menstruation (I’m on day 1 now). I also plan on starting ovulation testing. If the results of both of those are normal and I still don’t get pregnant after six cycles, I’m still seeing my doctor and will be able to bring that information along with me. If either of them shows a problem, I’ll know I need to see my doctor sooner, rather than waiting two more months.

I really don’t see a problem with the tests. There’s nothing wrong with having more information about what’s going on in your body to take to your doctor, and I don’t think any sane couple is going to go through several months or more of failed attempts at conception without suspecting something is wrong and considering seeing a doctor, regardless of what a pee-on-a-stick test tells them.

September 22, 2010 at 12:17 pm
(21) steve rynberk says:

My wife just took the test and her results were too high according to the test. She asked me if the one line was darker than the other. She was all upset and is going to get her blood test. She now thinks that she can’t have another child even though her cycle is regular. Now we have to wait a week for the blood test results to see if her levels are normal. Even though her mom who is a nurse and the nurse at the doctor’s office said they don’t use them because they are not reliable.

December 19, 2010 at 10:44 pm
(22) Jen says:

I used the free FSH test that came in my preg test box. I didn’t know that spotting does NOT count as a day of period. I had 3 days of steady spotting like I always do, took the test and it said I had a bad/infertile response. I freaked. BUT…it was false and I got preg the next month. All the test did was cause unwanted stress. I wish it was never in that box and I had never taken it.

If you do use it, know SPOTTING DOESN’T COUNT. Only 3 days from bright red flow counts.

January 24, 2011 at 7:47 pm
(23) Kristina says:

The instructions on the box say that your first day of spotting DOES count. I’m confused. I spotted today and was going to test two days after today, which would be the third day…
I’m actually in the opposite situation as you guys here. I DON”T want to get pg and would WELCOME levels that told me I wasn’t able to!

February 16, 2011 at 11:21 am
(24) angi says:

I am 26 years old never had any children yet! I was 2 weeks late on my cycle so I bought the pregnancy tests with 1 free fertility test. For me it was not a waste of money. I said hmmmmm I wonder. I know that I do ovulate because I get the cramping and occasional bleeding. So that is not an issue for me. I haven’t really tried to get pregnant but haven ‘t been very careful either. And with me being 26 years old I was just curious. It came that I have normal levels so….. I am not going to worry unless I have been trying for a year. O I did read the fine print which wasn’t all that fine to begin with. I always read everything because there could be so many things that effect the test and the test instructions did say spotting does count as your first day any doctor would tell u that. This test will not keep me from my doctor but it does give me a piece of mind. Plus there is no ways he will give me any test levels.

October 20, 2011 at 11:36 pm
(25) eastern mind says:

I think that the test would be great, however I would love it if it could tell you your exact level. I was going to an infertility doc, but decided that IVF is not for me. I am currently having accupunture done, and would like to know if it is actually improving my FSH leves, since that is the only thing that the docs could find wrong with me.

October 26, 2011 at 4:51 am
(26) questionable says:

I have just been reading the comments and totally confused now!

I bought the test recently as hadn’t had my period in 13 weeks. It has always been irregular. I was curious to see whether my test was positive or negative.

Got my period and tried a test where it said you didnt have to wait for day 3, although i did do the test on day 3 anyway. My results show the 2 lines as equally dark – obviously not the result i wanted.

We aren’t planning children just yet but it has made me extremely sad today in that now i feel like I will have problems and I would hate it if i cant have children. It may be a good thing though as I should take the plunge and see my GP so we can start planning for when it does come to trying for a baby.

Im not sure whether the test is good or not. For $22 that I paid, it wasn’t a waste and I can look into things more now, but it was also a concern i probably could do without right now!!

December 8, 2011 at 1:44 pm
(27) MysteriesOfLife says:

To throw even more complexity into the mix, my friend eagerly wanted a child when she was 36. She had her hormones checked and was told she had less than 1% chance of bearing kids. She felt very depressed, but plodded along. She is in a same sex partnership, so her plan involved a sperm donor. She started doing yoga, eating right, and got pregnant on the first try with the donor sperm. Loving motherhood of her first born, she decided to try again in her early 40′s. I am not sure if she bothered with doctors this time. She now has two lovely kids. The lesson to me has been that doctors can’t always tell you what’s going on either. Certainly they have information, but it is incomplete. There are many mysteries of life that take courage, humility, humor, creativity and fortitude to endure–and hopefully even embrace. Good life to you all.

March 4, 2012 at 8:41 am
(28) amy says:

I was about to buy one today but u r right I will make my appointment. I think if u r just really impatient or curious u could are what this text says but prov a waste of money!

April 15, 2012 at 12:25 pm
(29) Katia says:

I did the test this morning and the results were abnormal. I regret taking it! the results actually make me more stressed out. I have fairly regular periods and I have had my hormones checked given normal results. My husband and I have been trying, but we’re not very committed. Has someone that you know got abnormal results but was able to get pregnant later on? Just want to have some sense of relief!

May 3, 2012 at 7:24 pm
(30) genelle says:

I guess I have the opposite problem- I’m 32 with 2 kids and most likely done. I’ve been having irregular periods for over a year now- some months almost 2 weeks early, some months up to 2 weeks late. They came like clockwork my entire life until then. The women in my family hit menopause early- early to mid 40′s. I’m terrified that I am in the early stages. I’ve been suffering fatigue, sleeplessness, and other changes. I had my FSH tested (to be an egg donor, between my 2 kids) in my late 20′s and it was borderline high at that point. As a stay-at-home mom now, I have no health insurance. So seeing my doctor and having tests done would be cost-prohibitive. But I am very curious and an at-home test sounds appealing. It may be the only way for me to get some possible answers at this point. If the test were “normal”, I guess I’d keep on wondering… however if it showed high levels at least I’d know most likely what’s going on.

September 16, 2012 at 2:38 am
(31) Coitouxuffhet says:

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January 22, 2013 at 1:02 pm
(32) Angel Nichols says:

I just recently took this test, and it stated my FSH levels are normal. I hope it is telling the truth. See my husband and I have been trying to conceive for 8 years, and I have always been to scared to take this fertility test, but I finally did. Yes it gave me alittle more hope, but what does this mean now? I cant afford to go to a fertility specialist, but would love to conceive a child. Now I think it is time to have him tested as well.

May 31, 2013 at 6:46 am
(33) Emily says:

I’m 20 and not planning on trying for a few years, but was curious about my chances. My mother has ovulation issues (I’m a “blessing”) and I know in some cases it’s passed down.
I would like to save money on condoms and birth control if my chances are low. If high, stick to my safety.
The bf and I have had a few unprotected nights in the past few years and no scares.
I was just curious about my body, but from what I read, doctors it is! :/

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Frodo Budowanie (<A HREF=”http://xcity-magazine.com/2011/03/world-service-director-criticises-cuts/”>http://xcity-magazine.com</A&#062 ;) sykn__ z bólu.
Kupi_ zbnyt wiele ziemi, chcia_ zape_ni_ jeszcze naskórkowe

wci_cie, które wsta_o na przestrzeni udeptywania. Wszak ponaci_gane mi__nie odmówi_y

pos_usze_stwa, trzonek skr_ci_ si_ w d_oniach. Nizio_ek odrzuci_ _opat_, zacz__

rozciera_ przedrami_.

- Co otó_ to stoisz! – warkn__. – Co, zatka_o? Mi.

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