A good first step is to see a Fertility Specialist who can assess your
overall reproductive health and conduct some simple tests to
identify any underlying causes of pregnancy delay
Causes of infertility are many and varied and involve male, female
or a combination of factors. They include problems with:
the production of sperm or eggs
the structure or function of male or female reproductive systems; and/or
hormonal and immune conditions in both men and women.
After a woman’s age, a little known fact is that male infertility is the biggest single factor influencing a couple’s chance of conception [40% sperm related cause].
In 10-20% of couples no cause will be found, this is called Unexplained Infertility,
which can be particularly frustrating for you and your partner.
You may have undergone preliminary testing with your GP or referring gynaecologist.
Your fertility specialist will review your results and history before recommending
a treatment plan. Before we determine the best treatment plan for you, further
investigations may be necessary and typically these can include:
These fertility tests typically include:
A simple blood test that measures the level of Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH) in the
blood and provides a good indication of ovarian reserve. Find out more ....................
about the AMH test…
The most important male fertility test which measures the number of sperm in a sample as well as their motility and morphology. Find out more about a semen analysis including how to book a semen analysis…
For patients who are at risk of a variety of inheritable conditions we offer sophisticated scientific techniques to test for genetic disorders including pre-implantation genetic testing, karyomapping, and non-invasive prenatal testing. Find out more about genetic testing.
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