Female & Male Infertility Testing

Initial test is essential to understand cause or causes of your fertility problems as well as determine the best treatment for you.

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Fertility Test for Both Men & Women

Male fertility testing

During the introductory consultation we will establish your medical history and reproductive health history. This will help us assess the cause or causes of your fertility problems as well as determine the best treatment for you. Foreign patients are kindly asked to bring the preliminary tests with them for the interview.

Detailed case history

  • Diseases
  • Previous fertility
  • Infections
  • Lifestyle
  • Other factors affecting fertility

Blood samples to test for HIV and Hepatitis:

  • anti-HBc
  • HBsAg
  • anti-HCV
  • anti-HIV 1/2

* These test must be performed in a laboratory that is accredited according to the Indian medical standards

Female fertility testing

During the introductory consultation we will establish your medical history and reproductive health history and conduct a series of tests. This will help us assess the cause or causes of your fertility problems as well as determine the best treatment for you. Foreign patients are welcome to bring the necessary results with them for the interview.

Detailed case history

  • Menstrual cycle
  • Previous pregnancies
  • Infections of the internal female sexual organs
  • Other diseases
  • Lifestyle (obesity, smoking, alcohol)
  • Other factors affecting fertility

Gynaecological Test

  • An ultrasound scan of the uterus and the ovaries
  • A pap smear from the cervix
  • A test for Chlamydia bacteria from the cervix
  • An X-ray examination of the passage through the fallopian tubes with the aid of a contrast medium (HSG)

Blood samples for hormone analyses

On the second (second to third) day of the menstrual cycle

  • LH
  • FSH
  • Oestradiol
  • AMH
  • Prolactin
  • TSH

Blood samples to test for HIV and Hepatitis*:

  • anti-HBc
  • HBsAg
  • anti-HCV
  • anti-HIV 1/2
  • Rubella (if negative, you will need to be vaccinated)

* These test must be performed in a laboratory that is accredited according to the Indian medical standards

Dr-Madhuri

Written by
Dr Madhuri Roy

IVF specialist and Gynecologist

Click here to know more
about her.

Contact options
Dr Madhuri Roy

IVF specialist and Gynecologist

Call Now

Email Us

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