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Fertility Assessment

It is a medical procedure where a magnifying device is used to examine the cervix, vagina, and vulva for abnormalities. It’s often performed after abnormal Pap smears, aiding in the detection of cervical issues like precancerous lesions or HPV-related changes.

It is a blood test used in fertility assessment. It measures ovarian reserve, indicating the number of eggs remaining. AMH levels help estimate fertility potential and guide decisions regarding assisted reproductive treatments.  

The emotional and psychological well-being of individuals or couples undergoing IVF is important. Counseling can provide support and coping strategies during the IVF process.

This surgical procedure involves inserting a thin, lighted tube through small incisions in the abdomen to examine the reproductive organs directly. It’s used to diagnose and address conditions such as endometriosis or adhesions.

This test evaluates the optimal timing for embryo transfer by analyzing the receptivity of the uterine lining. It helps ensure that the uterus is ready to receive the embryo.

Genetic screening or specifically Karyotyping is performed for couple to identify any chromosomal or genetic abnormalities that could affect fertility or lead to recurrent miscarriages.  

This involves inserting a thin, lighted instrument into the uterus to visualize the uterine cavity. It can help identify polyps, fibroids, or other abnormalities that may impact fertility.

It is a diagnostic procedure using ultrasound and a saline solution to assess the uterus and fallopian tubes. It helps identify issues affecting fertility, such as uterine abnormalities and tubal blockages.

This is an X-ray procedure that examines the fallopian tubes and the uterus. It can identify any blockages, abnormalities, or structural issues that may affect fertility.

For male partners, a semen analysis evaluates the quality and quantity of sperm. Parameters examined include sperm count, motility, morphology, and overall semen composition.

This assesses the quantity and quality of a woman’s remaining egg supply. Common tests include measuring anti-Müllerian hormone (AMH) levels, follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH) levels, and antral follicle count (AFC) via ultrasound.

This involves tracking the growth of ovarian follicles and the timing of ovulation. It typically includes blood tests to measure hormone levels (such as luteinizing hormone and estradiol) and ultrasound scans to visualize the ovaries and follicles.