In this test, a special dye is injected through the cervix to determine if the fallopian tubes are blocked or if there are abnormalities in the reproductive tract.
This test will check if the woman can sustain a pregnancy, performed after Day 21 of the cycle. Here, the tissue from the inner lining of the uterus or the endometrium is collected and sent for biopsy. The result will show the status or development of the endometrium.
This test uses a fiber-optic telescope to examine the uterus, ovaries, and fallopian tubes to check for:
This is a surgical procedure done under anesthesia.
This fertility test involves a man collecting a sample of his ejaculate. The sample is then analyzed to determine whether the quality of sperm is normal and if there is enough sperm present to cause pregnancy. The test also checks for infection.
It can take over several months for your doctor to determine the cause of your fertility problems, so be patient and don’t get discouraged. Fertility tests to help conception can be anxiety-inducing and expensive, but they are done to help your doctor arrive at the proper treatment for you and your partner.
Learn more about Getting Pregnant here.