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Assessments

Assessments are an important step to uncover key insights about your fertility and to identify potential risks. From there, we can determine a treatment plan that best suits your situation.

Here are some of the tests and imaging that may be be provided to help evaluate your fertility health:

The physical exam includes an external pelvic exam and an internal pelvic ultrasound.

Blood samples are taken to analyze blood type, and to look for conditions, viruses and immunizations that may influence fertility. Evaluation of  baseline hormones such as FSH, LH and E2 is also included. Endocrine testing can also be used in cases of anovulation or when anomalies have been detected through the semen analysis.

A sample of secretions from the cervix to test for chlamydia, gonorrhea, and cervical irregularities.

Analysis of a freshly ejaculated sperm sample done under the microscope or assisted by computer (CASA), to examine sperm motility, morphology and viability. 

An ultrasound-based examination, during which, a radio-opaque substance is injected to study the Fallopian tubes and the shape of the uterine cavity. 

Performed at a hospital, this is a day surgery procedure to look at the reproductive organs (uterus, Fallopian tubes, etc.) as well as to detect possible endometriosis.

Improve Your Well-Being

To improve your fertility treatment outcomes and your overall experience, we offer a variety of services to nurture your physical and mental well-being throughout your fertility journey. 

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