Finding the specific medical reasons that cause infertility is the most important part of the medical evaluation. Most of the tests focus on checking these four critical factors: eggs, sperm, fallopian tubes and the uterus.
In order to understand why pregnancy doesn't ..
Being well informed can save you from wasteful and unnecessary Infertility tests that are a drain on resources and time. Here are some of the tests that are often ordered but not required for successful diagnosis, and a checklist of questions you should ask your doctor ..
What is laparoscopy ?
Laparoscopy ( also called endoscopy or pelviscopy) is a surgical procedure in which a telescope is inserted inside the abdomen through a small cut below the navel, so that the doctor can have a look at the pelvic organs in the infertile w..
TORCH (TOxoplasmosis, Rubella, Cytomegalovirus and Herpes) refers to infections that may be a cause for miscarriage. In our opinion, these tests are not worthwhile for most patients. A positive TORCH test simply means the patient has positive antibody levels against tha..
AMH (Anti-Mullerian Hormone), also called MIS (Mullerian Inhibiting Substance) is produced directly by the ovarian follicles. Women with lower AMH have lower antral follicular counts and produce a lower number of oocytes. AMH level testing can also be very useful for yo..