Are you having Infertility problems - call for immediate diagnosis
The percentage of Infertility among women is on the rise, however proper diagnosis in time can help in reducing the chances of infertility. About 10% of woman faces problems in conceiving due to various reasons like age, weight, smoking and drinking, health diseases like diabetes and thyroid, Polycystic ovary syndrome, Uterine fibroids, Endometriosis and Pelvic inflammatory disease and damages in the fallopian tubes. In order to get pregnant a woman should have unprotected sex for 6 consecutive months. Before that she can speak to her doctor and get her health checked and fertility assessed so that she is ready to conceive.
Fertility testing is recommended for a woman who is over 35 years of age. The other particular diagnosis addition to checking the medical history and total physical check up including testing of the blood as well as urine so that the hormone level can be understood, ultrasonography and imaging so that the fallopian tubes and uterus can be checked. It is very important to know the cause of infertility before carrying out the diagnosis. Diagnosis is carried in two stages. The first is a generic diagnosis and the second one is a specific diagnosis. Diagnosis of female infertility can be carried on in few easy and simple steps which are cost effective.
The basal temperature of the body needs to be monitored. Ovulation happens at a certain temperature. The steadiness of your cervical mucus should be tested. If the mucus elongates for more than 1 inch, then you can be sure that you have conceived. This can also be tried at home with pregnancy test kits. The most common procedure that doctors follow in order to check whether you are pregnant is by taking the first sample of morning urine and testing it. It helps in detecting the formation of hormones. Few laboratory tests can also be done to check the cause of infertility. Blood as well as urine samples are taken in order to conduct tests to check hormonal levels for older women.