Diagnostic tests

Transvaginal Scan

This scan allows examination of a woman's reproductive organs (cervix, uterus and ovaries) across and through the vagina. It currently offers the best images of the reproductive organs.

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Hormone and endocrine investigations

This is a series of biochemical, blood investigations (often part of your baseline investigations) that allow us to know the levels of your reproductive hormones and function of your endocrine system. Understanding what happens to your body every month, it will help us deduce what can possibly go wrong for your current infertility status.

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Tubal patency

These physical tests allow assessment of fallopian tubes for any blockages or any other problems. They can be part of your baseline investigations.

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Hysteroscopy

This method allows examination of the uterus interior (womb) through the use of a hysteroscope, a small fiber-optic tube connected to a computer screen. The doctor assesses the womb from the transferred images.

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ERA test

This test is a personalized investigation that helps us to find out the status of your endometrial receptivity and to define the most optimum timing (or implantation window) for embryo transfer in your womb.

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Thrombophilias

Testing for thrombophilia is a specialized test intended for cases of recurrent pregnancy loss. It may involve a series of blood tests or a more comprehensive genetic test, depending on the case. 

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Immunology evaluation

We evaluate the status of your immune system when all other causes and reasons for infertility have been ruled out. For the analysis, we collect a blood or a semen sample.

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Recurrent miscarriage investigation

A range of different investigations relating to conditions contributing to recurrent miscarriages. These are employed depending on your individual circumstances and medical history. They take place after 2 or more spontaneous and consecutive pregnancy losses.

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Implantation failure investigation

A range of different investigations addressing maternal, paternal or embryo factors contributing to a failed implantation. They take place when a woman has experienced 3 or more unsuccessful implantations with more than 8 good-quality embryos.

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