The analysis recommended to an infertile women are:
- Hysterosalpingogram (HSG): This is an x-ray procedure to see if the follopian tubes are open and if th shape of the uterin cavity is normal. A catheter is inserted into the opening of the cervix through the vagina. A liquid containing iodine is injected through the catheter. The contrast material fills the uterin cavity and enters in the tubes, fallopian tubes and peritoneal cavity through the catheter and fluoroscopic images are taken.
- Transvaginal ultrasound: A doctor places an ultrasound ”wand” into the vagina and brings it close to the pelvic organs. Using sound waves, he”ll be able to see images ovaries and uterus to check for problems there.
- Urinary Luteinizing Hormone(LH): LH Test can predict ovulation before it occurs. It helps define the times of greatest fertility: the day of the LH surge and the following two days.
- FSH: Triggers your ovaries to prepare an egg for release each month. High FSH means lower fertility in women. The FSH blood levels get checked early in your menstrual cycle.
- AMH: Low AMH levels accurately predict which women have fewer eggs of lesser quality and therefore a lower chance of conceiving.