Poor ovarian reserve


One additional ovum can make all the difference when you’re trying to getpregnant. Analysis of the genes associated with ovarian reserve means that,not only can we reach a diagnosis, but we can also determine the mostappropriate medication for each patient and improve their prognosis.


The test is a genetic analysis of ovarian function. The results obtained meanthat your team of doctors can personalise your assisted reproductiontreatment and retrieve a larger quantity of ova following stimulation.

How can the Poor Ovarian Reserve Prebiotest help you?

Have you been diagnosed with poor ovarian reserve? Now you have theopportunity to increase your chances of pregnancy because the aim is tooptimise ovarian stimulation and increase the quantity of ova. Prebiotest is the most comprehensive ovary genetics test availablebecause it includes an analysis of the polymorphisms in FSHR, IL-11,POLG and AR genes and their pharmacogenetic orientation.

Tried and tested: more oocytes

Achieving more oocytes means more embryos and, therefore, morechances of getting pregnant. We have proven the efficacy of thetest by performing a comparative analysis in patients who hadconventional in vitro fertilisation treatment and comparing thoseresults with the result of a second course of IVF. In their secondcourse of treatment, after having taken the Ovary Genetics Prebiotest, they obtained an average of three additional oocytes. The diagnostic advantage of the test has been endorsed by leadingjournals and congresses specialising in reproductive medicine andgenetics.

The advantages: pharmacogenetics

Prebiotest is a powerful tool. The hormones that are used to stimulatethe production of oocytes, the gonadotropins that are prescribed,achieve their objective in one way or another depending on the FSHR, IL-11, POLG and AR genes. Administering the most appropriate type ofmedicine for your genetic make-up will improve how your ovary respondsand help to achieve more oocytes.

Who is the test for?

  • Women who have been diagnosed with poor ovarian reserve.
  • Women over 35 years of age, which is when ovarian reserve begins todecrease.
  • Women who are about to embark on treatment and want to optimise theresults.


We can extract the necessary DNA from a simple saliva sample:
  • Request the test from the comfort of your home and from any country.
  • We will send you the kit.
  • The kit includes a cotton bud. All you need to do is rub it against the insideof your mouth in order to take the sample.
  • Send it back to us so that we can analyse it.

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