Fertility Evaluation

Fertility Evaluation

Proactively Prioritizing Fertility Health.

“Embarking on the journey of fertility evaluation is the first step towards understanding and optimizing your reproductive health.”

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Fertility Evaluation Facts

  • In approximately 40% of couples facing infertility issues, the male partner is either the exclusive cause or a contributing factor, according to the American Society of Reproductive Medicine.
  • 1 out of every 8 couples face challenges conceiving or maintaining a pregnancy.
  • Women in their mid-20s have about a 30% chance of getting pregnant each month. By the time they reach 40, this probability decreases to a mere 5%. (source)
  • Effective methods to address male infertility include weight loss, abstaining from smoking, and avoiding placing laptops directly on the lap.

Evaluation For Women

  • Complete physical examination
  • Uterine cavity study
  • Sonohystogram or recent HSG
  • Trial of transfer if IVF is to be done
  • Lab appointment for blood draw on day 1-4 of your menstrual cycle to assess ovarian reserve. (Including FSH/estrogen/AMH/transvaginal sonogram for antral follicle count.)

Other Blood Tests Performed For Women

  • Blood Type
  • Hepatitis B serology
  • Hepatitis C serology
  • RPR serology
  • HIV serology
  • Thyroid serology
  • Vitamin D

What To Do After An Infertility Diagnosis

  • Medical and reproductive history evaluation
  • Semen analysis
  • Sperm function test

Other Blood Tests Performed For Men

  • Blood Type and Rh factor screen
  • Hepatitis B serology
  • Hepatitis C serology
  • RPR serology
  • HIV serology
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