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Test required for IVF Treatment

Test required for IVF Treatment

Fertility Blood Tests

Our clinical team requests blood tests, which help us to understand how your ovaries are performing. The results allow our doctors to make the best decision as to what medication you may need.

Anti-Müllerian Hormone (AMH)

Knowledge of how you will respond to the hormone injections of an IVF treatment cycle is a very important part of fertility treatment. Depending on your own individual characteristics, you may fall into the extremes of response – an excessive response or an inadequate response.

It has been established that the AMH hormone, which is made by the ovarian follicle containing the egg, can accurately predict how your ovaries respond to fertility drugs.

This is sometimes called the ovarian reserve.

The AMH test is a simple blood test. It takes five minutes.

If the AMH concentration is high, it indicates a risk of OHSS (ovarian hyper stimulation syndrome) and we can modify our treatment to mitigate and manage this risk.

If the AMH concentration is low, it indicates that the response to traditional fertility treatment methods will be below average and your consultant will make adjustments to your treatment protocol.

Ultrasound Scan

Hospital should have state of the art ultrasound scan machines that give us clear images of the uterus and ovaries. Ultrasonography is painless and doesn’t involve an anesthetic.

The clarity of these images, allows our clinical team to easily look for any uterine problems that might exist. We continue using ultrasound technology throughout your treatment cycle to monitor your progress.

Laparoscopy

Laparoscopy is a minimally invasive surgical technique performed using an endoscope (a small device with a light on it) to view your ovaries, fallopian tubes and the outside of your uterus.

It is very helpful in diagnosing fertility issues and treating ailments such as endometriosis or ovarian cysts.

Laparoscopy and Dye

Often during the laparoscopy, the doctor will inject some dye into the cervix to observe if the dye is able to pass through both fallopian tubes or whether there is a blockage.

Saline Sonography (SIS)

The majority of our patients are required to have an SIS before fertility treatment commences. It is a routine procedure, designed to provide your doctor with as much information as possible.

SIS is an ultrasound procedure using contrast fluid – usually a salty water solution known as saline – to assess the pelvis. SIS measures the direction and length of the entrance to the womb and it also confirms that the inside of the womb (also called the endometrial cavity) has no abnormalities within it – such as polyps or sub-mucous fibroids. which could hinder the embryos from implanting in the womb. SIS may be used to confirm whether x-foam can pass through the Fallopian tubes into the pelvis and to ensure that one or more are not blocked.

 

 

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