Evaluation test for female infertility
There are several factors that contribute into female infertility but the problem is that all of these factors are hard to identify. A complete analysis of your body can be helpful to determine the possible chances of becoming pregnant. Each type of treatment comes with some side effects, price, chances of multiple pregnancy and success rates.
Determining the hormonal level
A female’s fertility potential is determined by hormones. Brain glands and ovaries release the hormones that have a considerable effect on menstrual cycles and her fertility. As many females reach mid-life, variation in hormones stress the reproductive parts to cease, and finally menopause occurs.
Who is eligible for test?
If you are facing problems in becoming pregnant, you should definitely chose testing in case there is no problem with your fallopian tubes. Moreover, testing should be conducted if you have irregular menstrual cycles and extensive vaginal bleeding, tiredness, mood swing, low sexual arousal, poor muscles and increased body fat.
What does the test include?
- 2nd and 3rd day FSH, LH and S Estradiol
- Thyroid checkup
- Anti-Mullerian Hormone checkup
Pelvic ultrasound is conduced to observe the ovaries, uterus, cervix and fallopian tubes state in a female.
A hysterosalpingogram that is a type of X-ray test in which a doctor deeply observes uterus and fallopian tubes and their surrounding parts. In this test, a dye is placed in a fine tube that enters into female’s vagina and then moves towards her uterus. The uterus and fallopian tubes are connected, so the dye enters into the tubes as well to collect pictures for any kind of wounds or abnormal structure of these organs. A block if present is detected that could hinder the combination of sperm and eggs. Other problems are also found if occur through this test.