Fertility Tests For WomenInfertility is a condition when a woman intends to become a mother but has failed, despite frequent unprotected sex for more than a year. Infertility has been one of the biggest problems for women since a long time. New treatments are evolving every day and latest techniques are now available to deal with this problem. First and foremost, you need to know how “fertile” you are and what are the chances of conceiving. Incidiently, you also need to keep track of your menstrual cycle as it plays an important role in conception. Studying the ovulation pattern provides some vital clues about any disorders that may exist. If a woman has not been able to get pregnant after trying for a long period of time, it becomes important to see a doctor who could recommend a series of fertility tests in order to better define and identify any underlying adverse condition. What are the fertility tests for women?When you plan to conceive, one of the important steps is to have an evaluation of the sexual health and whether the reproductive organs which include the uterus, Fallopian tubes and ovaries are in a healthy and functioning state. You could be suggested to undergo various procedures to detect the health of these organs. Some of the usual tests are Hysterosalpingogram – This is also known as tubogram. These are a sequence of x-rays of the uterus and Fallopian tubes. A dye (liquid form) is injected via the vagina. An alternative method includes using air or saline in place of dye, and then an ultrasound scan is done. This test helps in knowing if there is a blockage in the Fallopian tubes or if there is an issue with the uterus and is usually performed between the 6th and 12th day after the menstrual period. Transvaginal ultrasound – Also called endovaginal ultrasound. This is a type of ultrasound test that uses sound waves of high frequency to generate images and is helpful in examining the internal organs, the uterus, Fallopian tubes, ovaries, and vagina. This type of testing involves inserting a probe into the vaginal canal. It is unlike other ultrasounds where the transducer rests on the external parts. Hysteroscopy – This is a type of procedure that helps to investigate the inside of the uterus to diagnose and treat any underlying abnormal condition of the uterus such as abnormal bleeding. Firstly, the cervix is dilated to allow insertion of the hysteroscope, a thin, illuminated tube. It is then introduced into the vagina and passed through the cervix to the uterus. Laparoscopy: Small slits are made on the abdomen to introduce instruments, which include a camera that helps survey the pelvis and diagnose problems like endometriosis. Other fertility tests:In addition to all the above tests, doctors might recommend going through different tests to better diagnose fertility problems. Some of them are • Hormones such as FSH (follicle-stimulating hormone), LH, Progrestrone, Prolactin, AMH etc. – These are responsible for the growth and development of eggs in the ovaries and also for carrying out other functions in the process of conception. Imbalance in the levels of these hormones could indicate a decreased fertility rate. .• Pap smear is usually done to identify if there are any changes in the cells within the cervix which could be causing conditions that can interfere with fertility in women.• Screening for sexually transmitted diseases also has now become an integral part of prenatal testing as these diseases are also among the major causes that affect fertility. No problem is too grave to find a cure. It only needs determination and perseverance to deal with the issues and succeed. If you are suspicious of infertility, let it not push you towards depression and frustration. Remember that no one is singled out, there are many couples with this problem. You just need the right advice at the right time by the right doctorUnderstand your body better, know your reproductive health, talk to a doctor. Let nothing impede the dream of motherhood. GarbhaGudi IVF Centre- Delivering happiness for more than a decade. The best choice for reproduction healthcare with the highest success rate. For further details, you can also write to GarbhaGudi at email@example.com or directly talk to our team at 8880000909Follow us on Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Instagram Pinterest
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