We provide all tests necessary for diagnosing infertility. Usually, the male and female patients undergo analysis simultaneously in order to best determine the cause of the problems with getting pregnant.
When diagnosing female infertility, a sex hormone analysis, ultrasound of the reproductive system, evaluation of the correct construction of the uterus and a tubal patency test are performed. In the case of men, a semen analysis is key. If the seminal parameters differ from the norm, he may be referred for more detailed diagnostics by means of hormonal or microbiological tests.
We conduct full computerized semen analyses by using state-of-the art equipment which guarantees repeatability and comparability of results. The volume and quality of the sperm is analysed and its number, shape and vitality are verified. In the case that there is no sperm in an ejaculate, a testicle biopsy can be advised.
A hysteroscopy can be performed for a more detailed diagnostic treatment. This endoscopic gynecological procedure enables an evaluation of the uterine cavity.
After diagnosing the cause of infertility, performing a laparoscopy, which involves the insertion of an endoscope into the abdominal cavity, is, at times, necessary. This method enables samples to be taken for the purposes of histopathological testing.
Evaluation of the ovarian reserve
The basic test that allows for the evaluation of the ovarian reserve is establishing the level of the AMH (anti-Mullarian) hormone. It is performed on the basis of a blood sample. The results of the AMH level tests allow us to determine the remaining stock and quality of the women’s ovarian follicle.