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    Overview

    Worldwide, it’s believed that around 15% of couples who are actively trying to conceive are dealing with infertility. A variety of infertility concerns in men and women may be resolved thanks to improvements in Assisted Reproductive Technology.

    You may learn more about your fertility and capacity to conceive with the aid of a complete male and female infertility evaluation panel. Better diagnostic judgments, individualized protocols, and an improved treatment experience are all made possible thanks to your comprehensive fertility examination and patient-focused therapy approach.

    Everything You Need To Know About Infertility Assessment

    What is an Infertility Assessment

    Infertility is a couple’s inability to conceive after a year of regular, unprotected coitus, which occurs at least twice a week.

    Tests to determine the underlying causes of infertility are included in infertility exams. Both you and your spouse should undergo infertility evaluation tests to determine whether or not you are having difficulty conceiving. If you or your spouse do not have any major health issues, infertility is usually treatable.

    Who Needs It?

    Infertility panels are indicated for couples who have been trying to conceive for over a year but have been unsuccessful so far. However, if the female spouse is above 35 years old, an infertility evaluation panel is advised after six months of unsuccessful attempts to conceive a child. Couples who have had endometriosis, ovulation difficulties, or have had cancer treatment in the past should also do this test to determine their chances of becoming pregnant. The fact that both men and women may have reproductive issues means that if one spouse is having difficulties becoming pregnant, both should be evaluated.

    What Happens During It?

    Most patients are required to have a full physical exam and a set of infertility tests after a first consultation to evaluate their medical history in detail. During this phase, your fertility expert will run a battery of blood and hormone testing to help determine the root reason for your infertility.

    There are three primary methods of therapy when a diagnosis has been made:

    • Re-establishment of fertility with medication (for example, the use of drugs for ovulation induction)
    • Infertility restoration surgery (for example, laparoscopy for ablation of endometriosis)
    • Assisted reproduction techniques (ART) – other than vaginal intercourse-related therapy. Gametes or embryos are routinely handled in this process.

    Treatment Options for Infertility

    The following are a few infertility treatment options:

    • In-vitro fertilization (IVF) therapy: IVF, or In Vitro Fertilization, is a method of conception in which the eggs and sperm are combined outside the body for fertilization. It’s an IVF process done in a glass room (in vitro). You have to take out the egg (or eggs) and let them be fertilized in liquid while you wait for it to be fertilized by the sperm.
    • Azoospermia Treatment: Men with azoospermia have no sperm in their ejaculate, which is a medical disease known as azoospermia. It affects 15% of all males, while only 1% of infertile men are afflicted by this condition. Hormonal imbalances, blockages in the reproductive system, testicular dysfunction, and difficulties with ejaculation may all cause this.
    • Follicular study: When the doctor monitors the development of this follicle from the beginning of the menstrual cycle until it is ready to release an egg, it is known as a follicular study or follicular monitoring.
    • Ovulation induction: Ovulation induction is a quick fix that involves taking hormone medications to get your cycle back on track.
    • ICSI: Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection, often known as ICSI, is a popular and effective therapy for male infertility in the United States. Also, couples who failed to conceive through IVF might use this technique.
    • IMSI: IMSI, or Intracytoplasmic morphologically selected injection, is a treatment that is done in conjunction with IVF. It gives physicians the ability to distinguish between changes in sperm structure and rule them out. During the injection into the egg, doctors use a high-magnification digital imaging microscope to execute this process.

    When to Visit a Specialist?

    If you have any of the following symptoms, you should see a doctor:

    • Unexplained infertility (no identified male or female cause)
    • Ovulatory disorders
    • Infertility in men is caused by tubal injury
    • Uterine or peritoneal disorders 

    In the absence of a recognized reason for infertility, a woman of reproductive age who has not conceived after one year of unprotected vaginal sexual intercourse should be provided additional clinical screening and study.

    Women of reproductive age who use artificial insemination (with partner or donor sperm) who do not get pregnant after six cycles of treatment, in the absence of any recognized cause for infertility, should have further clinical examinations and inquiries made. This should involve her spouse for clinical evaluation and inquiry if it’s done using partner sperm.

    Conclusion

    Couples who are experiencing primary infertility have never become pregnant. Secondary infertility is a diagnosis given to a couple who has already had one successful pregnancy, either an abortion or an ectopic conception.

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