One in six Australian couples experience trouble conceiving. 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. These fertility tests typically include:
Female Infertility Tests
A combination of blood tests and ultrasound scans to help identify any specific issues such as PCOS or endometriosis and to check ovulation is occurring each month.
Egg count (AMH) Test
A simple blood test that measures the level of Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH) in the blood and provides a good indication of ovarian reserve.
The most important male fertility test which measures the number of sperm in a sample as well as their motility and morphology.
Genetic Testing – make this in capitals
For patients who are at risk of a variety of inheritable conditions we offer sophisticated scientific techniques to test for genetic disorders.
Natural Killer Cells
A simple blood test to measure that number and activation levels of the Natural Killer Cells, the main immune-cell type found in the uterus involved in the implantation of an embryo.