Infertility testing begins with a joint visit of a man and a woman to a gynecologist. After a detailed discussion, a gynecological examination and vaginal ultrasound are performed, which can be supplemented with a three-dimensional (3D) ultrasound examination.

Reserve (ovarian capacity) is assessed by ultrasound examination and analysis of anti-Müllerian hormone (AMH) from the blood.

Thyroid hormone analysis and chlamydia test (possibly gonococcal if there is clinical suspicion) are also done.

The patency of the fallopian tubes is examined with 3D vaginal ultrasound by injecting contrasting fluid into the uterus and following its the movement through the uterus and fallopian tubes.

In case of suspicion of tubal obstruction or changes in the uterine cavity, a laparoscopy or hysteroscopy can be performed.

In men, the spermogram is analyzed first. When there are deviating values, an andrological examination, hormonal analyzes and possibly genetic analysis are performed.

If IVF is planned, tests for hepatitis B and C, HIV and syphilis are performed for both partners.


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