The Diagnostic tests are required before infertility treatment. Your doctor will recommend you many tests before treatment. Tests and treatment trial periods may extend over several months. These tests can be expensive.
These tests can help us to predict how healthy you are to give a birth to a child. There are no of diagnostic tools available to help pinpoint the cause of infertility.
After examining the medical history your infertility specialist recommends you specific tests. These tests are very uncomfortable for some time for couples.
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Even there is no guarantee that even after testing and counseling you will get good results. You may undergo various physical examinations. There aredifferenttests available for men and women.
There are various tests that are performed to check infertility in men. These tests are performed to check testicles are producing enough healthy sperm or not.
Semen analysis: semen is obtained by masturbating or intercourse and ejaculating your sperm into a clean container.
Hormone testing: a blood test is performed to check the hormone level in men.
Post-coital Test:The post-coital test is used to examine the interaction between the sperm and cervical mucus
Testicular biopsy: this is performed to determine whether the sperm production is normal or not.
Ultrasound and other tests: these tests are performed to check whether sperm is able to fertilize the egg or not.
Genetic testing: Genetic testing may be done to determine whether there’s a genetic defect causing infertility.
It is important to remember that even women who experience a slightly abnormal result will often still be able to get pregnant.For a woman to be fertile, her ovaries must release healthy eggs.Tests for female infertility are attempt to determine whether eggs are fertilized with sperm or not.
Hysterosalpingography:Hysterosalpingography is a specialized form of X-Ray that produces the images of the uterus and fallopian tubes and the area around them.
Ovulation Testing. A blood test is performed to measure hormone levels to determine whether you’re ovulating,
Laparoscopic :Laparoscopic is a surgical procedure used to examine the problems of the organs. It is a minimally invasive surgery.
Imaging Tests: your doctor may recommend you this test to check the problems in fallopian tubes and uterus.
Genetic Testing: Genetic testing helps determine whether there’s a genetic defect causing infertility.
Endometrial Biopsy:A specialist takes a sample of the cells lining the uterus (endometrium) after ovulation occurs.