Infertile partners evaluation

  1. Ovulation:
    • proving the presence or absence of ovulation using test strips that are immersed in urine, measure the peak (maximum) of the concentration of LH hormone, basal temperature measurement. Chlomiphene citrate challenge test would give us information about the ovarian reserve, the ability of the cephalopods to respond to hormonal stimuli.
  2. Ultrasound evaluation of genital organs:
    • In the 2D, 3D or 4D projection, the uterus, tubes, ovaries are excluded / confirmed by changes in them (myomas, hydrosalpings, endometrial polyps, cysts and ovarian tumors).
  3. Hormone status: analysis on TSH, FSH, LH, Estradiol, Testosterone, Prolactin, AMH. 
  4. HIV Testing, Hepatitis B / C, Siphilis, Gonnorhea, Chlamidia 
  5. Hysterosalpingography (HSG):
    • a procedure for inserting a contrast fluid through the cervix into the cavity of the uterus and using a X-ray to take a shot. In doing so, defects in the fulfillment of the uterus and the permeability of the tubes are required.
  6. Diagnostic Hysteroscopy:
    • with the help of a hysteroscope, in short intravenous anesthesia it enters the uterus, where the entire cavity, the openings of the tubes are visualized, and if there are changes such as septum, submucous myoma, polyp, they can be removed. This procedure is performed immediately after menstruation, ie between 5 and 12 days of the cycle.
  7. Diagnostic laparoscopy:
    • micro invasive method, whereby three small openings of the abdomen enter a small pelvis and with the help of a camera the anatomy of the uterus, ovaries, tubes, the removal of cysts, myomas, and adhesions from previous operations is observed. During the intervention, a chromotherapy is also performed, which means the introduction of methylene blue in the tubes and their transitability is seen (the same can have a therapeutic effect if the inflammation is low).
  8. Seed material analysis:
    • to exclude or confirm male infertility factor.