Zora Health

Fertility Assessments

Fertility has become a growing concern worldwide, with up to one in six couples experiencing difficulties conceiving. The causes of infertility can be complex and varied, ranging from underlying health conditions to lifestyle and stress. A thorough fertility health screening can help pinpoint the root cause of any issues and provide peace of mind.

We understand your challenges when trying to conceive or wanting to understand your own fertility and the importance of seeking professional advice and guidance. Taking a fertility test is a wise first step if you have been trying to conceive naturally without success.


Fertility assessment offers an excellent starting point for evaluating your fertility health and identifying any underlying issues causing infertility. Our comprehensive screening process is designed to provide valuable insights into your reproductive health.

Fertility Test is suitable for:

  • Couples who are preparing for marriage
  • Couples who have been trying to conceive for 1-2 years without success
  • Couples over the age of 35 who are interested in having a baby
  • Singles who want to understand their own reproductive health 

Zora Health's IVF Package


For women:

  • Medical history discussion: Check for ovulation or menstrual cycle issues
  • Pelvic examination


  • 8 comprehensive blood tests
    To check your hormone levels and ovarian reserve (the number of potential eggs remaining in a woman’s ovaries).

    – Follicle-Stimulating Hormone (FSH) Test
    – Luteinizing Hormone Test
    – Prolactin Hormone Test
    – E2 Test
    – Thyroid Function Test
    – Egg Reserve (AMH) Test
    – Rubella Antibody Test
    – Full Blood Count Test

  • Transvaginal ultrasound scan
    Check the health of the endometrium (uterine lining) for fibroids and fallopian tubes to ensure they aren’t inflamed and will examine your ovarian volume (the size of your ovaries).

For men:

  • Semen test
  • Review with a fertility specialist 
    Upon the availability of results, you will have a review with a fertility specialist. This is an important step to understanding the results and implications on your fertility health.

    The specialist will explain the results in detail, discuss any underlying issues that may cause infertility and recommend any necessary next steps. 

    The fertility specialist will provide guidance and support to help you achieve your goals and ease any concerns you may have.


  • Any additional tests and follow-up consultations recommended by the specialists


* Pricing varies by location and final treatment plan determined your fertility specialist. Prices listed do not apply to “Powered By Zora Fertility” locations.

Transparent pricing

  • Flat price without hidden fees or surprise costs

The Zora Difference

  • List of questions to ask your specialists 
  • Appointment concierge


What lifestyle factors can affect fertility or IVF success for women?

Your lifestyle and environment can have an impact on your fertility. Research consistently shows that numerous lifestyle factors can affect fertility in women, men, or both, including but not limited to:

  • Nutrition, weight, sleep quality and exercise
  • Physical and psychological stress
  • Environmental and occupational exposures
  • Cigarette smoking
  • Substance and drug use and abuse
  • Alcohol and caffeine consumption
  • Medications

For instance, research has found that:

  • Obesity is linked to lower sperm count and quality in men
  • Women with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) who have obesity can greatly improve their chances of ovulation and pregnancy by losing 5% of body weight
  • Being underweight is linked to ovarian dysfunction and infertility in women
  • Strenuous physical labour and taking multiple medications can reduce sperm count in males
  • Excessive exercise can affect ovulation and fertility in women
  • Using body-building medications or androgens can affect sperm formation
  • Substance use, including smoking tobacco, using other tobacco products, marijuana use, heavy drinking, and using illegal drugs such as heroin and cocaine, can reduce fertility in both men and women
  • High blood pressure can change the shape of sperm, thereby reducing fertility
  • Radiation therapy and chemotherapy can cause infertility in females and males. Those who have to undergo these types of treatments may want to consider fertility preservation.

Lifestyle factors are modifiable habits and ways of life that can greatly influence overall health and well-being, including fertility.

What can I expect on my first visit?

During the first visit, our fertility specialist will meet you and your partner to understand your health and fertility history and current status. 

We understand that you may have a list of questions in your mind, so we recommend you prepare them to ensure that you do not miss the chance to ask them.

How long is the fertility assessment?

Your blood or ultrasound test typically takes no more than 30-60 minutes. Once the test is done, the specialist will analyse the results carefully and aim to provide you with your report within 3-5 days. 

Can I claim insurance for fertility assessment?

Regrettably, insurance coverage does not extend to fertility assessments.