When Afton Vechery told her OB-GYN she wanted a fertility test, the doctor was puzzled. “Why would you want a fertility test if you’re not trying to get pregnant and you’re only 27?” she asked. Vechery wasn’t planning on having kids soon, but she still wanted to know whether her reproductive system was healthy. She ended up paying an infertility clinic more than $1,500 for the test, but she decided that there needed to be a better solution.