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To reach a diagnosis, your infertility specialist will meet with you to review your previous medical records and past medical history. They will also run a number of assessments, and define the required fertility testing. The reproductive evaluation of a couple or individual may consist of four parts:
This is conducted by a blood test that may be covered by your insurance plan. It allows us to maximize a woman's ovulation and the quality of eggs involved with fertility treatments.
This would include the sperm concentration, motility, forward progression, morphology (shape), and the absence or presence of antisperm antibodies.
The patency will be evaluated via a non-surgical diagnostic study known as the hysterosalpingogram (HSG). This is the only non-surgical technique that allows insight into tubal patency. If questions of tubal patency are associated with other medical conditions, a laparoscopy or hysteroscopy may be performed to gain more information and are conducted in our J.S Hospital.
This evaluation is made to allow for successful implantation of an embryo and continued growth and delivery of a healthy baby. Pelvic ultrasounds are a routine part of the quality care rendered at our Fertility Center and, when combined with other ancillary diagnostic procedures, provide insight into optimal embryo implantation in order to reduce miscarriage risks.
After the infertility diagnosis, couples receive a review of their fertility treatment options during a subsequent consultation. Your treatment is conducted within the gentle, caring environment at our Fertility Center.