Fertility assessment & Diagnosis
At the Universal Shrushti Fertility Centre in Hyderabad, we place a particular emphasis on fertility testing, since accurate diagnosis is the ground upon which everything else we do is based. With the assistance of the most cutting-edge diagnostic instruments that we have at our disposal, the infertile couple will need to undergo some examinations so that we can establish their level of reproductive potential throughout the evaluation phase.
To establish a diagnosis of female infertility, it is necessary to perform many tests. These tests include:
- The testing of ovulation
- Evaluation of ovarian reserve with the use of ultrasonography and blood tests
- Imaging tests
- Examination of hormones
- The testing of genetics
In addition, tests of the endocrine system are a part of the fertility scan that women have at US fertility. The endocrine system is comprised of all of the glands in the body that produce hormones and is responsible for regulating the body’s growth, metabolism, and development of sexual characteristics. The following are the tests that are performed on the endocrine system:
- Charting of the Basal Body Temperature, often known as the BBT
- Endometrial Biopsy Testing for LH-Luteinizing Hormone Home
- testing Serum Hormone that stimulates follicle development
- testing TSH in the serum is short for thyroid-stimulating hormone.
- Ultrasonography to measure serum AMH, also known as anti-mullerian hormone
In the male infertility examination, the state of the seminal parameters as well as the male reproductive history and lifestyle are both evaluated. A couple that is having difficulty conceiving may find that the sperm analysis provides many of the answers they are looking for. This test evaluates four aspects of a sperm sample, each of which is critical to the process of fertilizing an egg and carrying a pregnancy to term. These characteristics include –
The number of sperm, the volume of the sperm, and their motility and morphology
In a few cases, the male partner may also be recommended to get a urological examination. We have specialized andrologists and urologists on staff who are well-versed in all aspects of the male reproductive system. The following are components of the urology examination:
- Kidney and bladder assessment
- An inspection of the testicles
- examination of the varicocele if it is present
During the first evaluation, the patient is asked to provide all of his or her medical histories, since this information may have an effect on the kinds and doses of medicine as well as the quantity of observation that is necessary on a case-by-case basis.