Infertility Diagnosis and Testing
Reproductive Sciences Medical Center is the leader in infertility solutions. Many fertility centers don’t take the time to correctly diagnose a couple’s infertility. They’ll immediately recommend costly and time-consuming treatments, when only basic fertility treatment might be necessary. At Reproductive Sciences Medical Center, our doctors recommend a customized set of diagnostic tests after they’ve been evaluated.
In the United States, approximately 6% of couples who want to get pregnant either cannot conceive or are unable to carry a pregnancy to term. The numbers break down as follows:
- One-third are due to female infertility,
- One-third are due to male fertility,
- Both partners infertility attribute to the remaining third
How is Female Infertility Diagnosed?
If a woman under 35 is unable to conceive after a year of unprotected sex, or 6 months if she’s over 35, then it may be time to consider infertility tests. Health care providers may utilize different diagnostic exams along with her medical history.
- Ovulation Testing: Doctors may run a blood test to measure progesterone levels. This will determine if enough is being produced and