InFertility refers to the inability to be able to conceive even after a year of trying. This can be a result of either male or female infertility or a combination of both. Female infertility contributes to one-third of the total reported cases of infertility. The cause of female infertility can be hard to determine without proper diagnosis and screening. Fertility test is a hypernym used for a broad spectrum of tests that help to determine a person’s fertility.
Not being able to conceive in the first year is not always an indication of infertility. However, if the female partner is above 35 years of age or has a medical condition that can affect her fertility, it is pertinent to opt for Fertility testing.
Female infertility can be a result of any of the following factors:
The test starts with an interactive session, wherein the doctor asks you several questions about your general health:
This is followed by questions about your sex life, such as:
The question and answer session is followed by a detailed physical evaluation, calculation of BMI and appropriate tests, which include: