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Fertility Tests for Men and Women

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Fertility Tests for Men and Women

A fertility blood test is used to measure your hormone levels and is usually the first fertility test that your doctor will prescribe if you are finding it difficult to conceive and suspect that you may be infertile.

Blood test results are primarily used to detect hormonal causes of infertility. The blood test is taken at the start of your menstrual cycle (days 2 to 5) and typically measure levels of the hormones FSH, LH, oestradiol and sometimes prolactin.

It is a relatively easy way of identifying why it is taking you some time to get pregnant and in some cases, this may be enough to pinpoint the root of the problem.

Blood tests are often performed alongside a semen analysis which allows your doctor to find out whether the problem is due to male or female-related fertility problems.

Routine Blood Test: A typical routine blood test is the complete blood count (CBC). It counts your red and white blood cells as well as measures your hemoglobin levels and other blood components. This test can uncover anemia, infection, and even cancer of the blood.


There are many reasons that can cause infertility in men such as Varicocele, Infection, Ejaculation issues, Hormone imbalances, Celiac disease. Other Environmental and lifestyle habits can also be the reason such as Industrial chemicals, Radiation or X-rays, Heavy metal exposure, Drug use, Alcohol use, Tobacco smoking, Obesity.
There are many reasons why women may be infertile. Some of the causes are medical conditions like issues with the uterus, issues with fallopian tubes, ovulation issues, hormone issue that prevents ovulation, abnormal menstrual cycle, obesity, being underweight, endometriosis, uterine fibroids, cysts, tumors, Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs), Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS), Primary Ovary Insufficiency (POI). Other lifestyle habits that may cause infertility are obesity, drug use, alcohol use, and tobacco smoking.
Infertility treatment can differ depending on the gender. There are many infertility treatments that the doctor may recommend you or the patient depending on the medical conditions if there are any. However, some of the most common and popular medical treatments for infertility are medicines, surgical procedures, therapies and assisted conception – including intrauterine insemination (IUI) and in vitro fertilisation (IVF).

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First step towards infertility is correct diagnosis and NOT treatment.