Specialised Fertility Evaluation

A specialised fertility evaluation is an in-depth assessment of a couple's potential to conceive. It goes beyond the basics, exploring both medical history and lifestyle factors to gain a comprehensive understanding of a patient's fertility potential. Undertaken by a specialist fertility expert, the evaluation aims to identify any underlying issues that could be preventing conception, helping couples make informed decisions about their treatment options.

What is a specialised fertility evaluation?

A specialised fertility evaluation is a comprehensive assessment of male and female reproductive health. It includes an in-depth evaluation of hormone levels, semen analysis, imaging techniques, physical examinations, and genetic tests to determine the cause of infertility. The analysis results are used to develop individual treatment plans for couples to help them conceive a healthy baby.

What are the different types of specialised fertility evaluations?

There are various types of specialised fertility evaluations. These include hormone profiles, semen analysis, imaging tests such as ultrasound and transvaginal scans, hysteroscopy and laparoscopy, ovarian reserve testing, and genetic testing. Hormone profile tests measure the levels of hormones in a patient's blood that can impact fertility. Semen analysis assesses sperm count and motility. Imaging tests provide detailed pictures of the reproductive organs. Hysteroscopy is an examination of the uterus with a camera. Laparoscopy uses cameras to view the outside of the reproductive organs. Ovarian reserve testing measures egg quantity and quality. Genetic testing identifies any inherited conditions or chromosomal abnormalities that may affect fertility.

What symptoms suggest that you may require a specialised fertility evaluation?

A specialised fertility evaluation may be recommended if a couple experiences difficulty conceiving or has experienced recurrent miscarriages. Common signs and symptoms include irregular menstrual cycles, missed periods, difficulty maintaining a pregnancy, and/or infertility. Other associated symptoms include pelvic pain or discomfort, painful intercourse, and unusual vaginal discharge. Men may experience low sperm count or motility. In some cases, no obvious physical symptoms are present; however, it is important to speak with a doctor if you have been trying to conceive for more than six months without success.

Who qualifies for a specialised fertility evaluation?

Anyone with unexplained infertility, recurrent miscarriage, or polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) may qualify for a specialised fertility evaluation. In addition, couples with a history of failed IVF cycles may also be eligible. The assessment includes an evaluation of the female's reproductive system and sperm analysis for the male partner. The findings are then used to determine the cause of infertility and develop an appropriate treatment plan.


Specialised fertility evaluation can help identify underlying issues, allowing couples to pursue the right treatment for their circumstances. It can be a difficult process both emotionally and physically, but the results of this test can provide valuable information, empowering those affected to make informed decisions about their fertility. With the assistance of an experienced fertility specialist, couples can take control of their reproductive potential and create a plan that works best for them.

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1. How does a fertility evaluation assist in diagnosing fertility issues?

A fertility evaluation can help identify potential causes of infertility, such as ovulatory disorders, endometriosis, fallopian tube damage, and sperm abnormalities.

2. What specific tests are used to diagnose infertility?

Tests used to diagnose infertility may include semen analysis, hormone testing, imaging exams like an ultrasound or hysterosalpingogram (HSG), and laparoscopy.

3. How often should couples have a fertility evaluation?

Couples who have been trying to conceive for one year without success should consider visiting a fertility specialist for an evaluation.

4. Are there certain lifestyle factors that can contribute to infertility?

Yes, certain lifestyle factors can affect the ability to conceive, including smoking, excessive alcohol use, obesity, and stress. Additionally, exposure to environmental toxins may also pose a risk of infertility.

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