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Infertility refers to the inability of a regularly sexually active couple that does not use birth control to conceive a child within one year. The chances of getting pregnant start decreasing around age 30 and begin dropping even more precipitously by one's late 30s.
WHAT DOES THE EXAMINATION CONSIST OF?
Infertility can be primarily linked to either the woman or the man, but always involves them both as a couple, and therefore both are always examined as part of the infertility examination.
Examinations for women
- taking a medical history
- hormone test, ovarian reserve test
- anatomical examination: uterine cavity assessment (ultrasound, sonohysterogram, hysteroscopy), examination of the fallopian tubes (HyCoSy)
- vaginal fluid test
- haematological, immunological, genetic and metabolic tests, as required
- endometrial histological assessment, if warranted
- recurrent miscarriage assessment
Examinations for men
- sperm analysis
- sperm function tests
- hormonal, bacteriological and genetic tests
- andrological examination, as required