If you’re under 35 and have been trying to get pregnant for more than 12 months, or over 35 and trying for more than 6 months, then a Fertility Assessment can be a great option to empower you with information regarding your fertility health. Results may show that everything is fine in which case I will recommend you continue trying naturally. Or it may uncover issues that we can spend time discussing and then ensure I recommend the most appropriate treatment to give you the best possible chance of having a baby.

A Fertility Assessment will include the following:

Female

Blood tests
A blood test in the first week of your cycle to measure the levels of estrogen hormone, luteinizing hormone (LH), follicle stimulating hormone (FSH), antimullerian hormone (AMH) and thyroid stimulating hormone (TSH) levels.

A pelvic ultrasound
A pelvic ultrasound will determine if there are any physical changes, such as fibroids or polyps, that may affect your treatment, and to also check for the presence of ovarian cysts. It will also measure the size of your ovaries and count the number of small follicles present in your ovaries. The ultrasound also provides a ‘baseline’ report that can be used as a reference during your treatment.

Male

A semen analysis to assess the following:

Motility: The sperm’s swimming ability.

Morphology: The shape of the sperm.

Count: The number of individual sperm.

Vitality: The capacity of the sperm to live and endure.

IBT (anti-sperm antibodies). These antibodies can attach to the sperm’s tail and may impede the sperm’s ability to travel through the cervical mucus.

Book a Fertility Assessment

If you’re under 35 and have been trying to get pregnant for more than 12 months, or over 35 and trying for more than 6 months, then a Fertility Assessment can be a great option to empower you with information regarding your fertility health. Results may show that everything is fine in which case I will recommend you continue trying naturally. Or it may uncover issues that we can spend time discussing and then ensure I recommend the most appropriate treatment to give you the best possible chance of having a baby.

A Fertility Assessment will include the following:

Female

Blood tests
A blood test in the first week of your cycle to measure the levels of estrogen hormone, luteinizing hormone (LH), follicle stimulating hormone (FSH), antimullerian hormone (AMH) and thyroid stimulating hormone (TSH) levels.

A pelvic ultrasound
A pelvic ultrasound will determine if there are any physical changes, such as fibroids or polyps, that may affect your treatment, and to also check for the presence of ovarian cysts. It will also measure the size of your ovaries and count the number of small follicles present in your ovaries. The ultrasound also provides a ‘baseline’ report that can be used as a reference during your treatment.


Male

A semen analysis to assess the following:

A semen analysis to assess the following:

Motility: The sperm’s swimming ability.

Morphology: The shape of the sperm.

Count: The number of individual sperm.

Vitality: The capacity of the sperm to live and endure.

IBT (anti-sperm antibodies). These antibodies can attach to the sperm’s tail and may impede the sperm’s ability to travel through the cervical mucus.

Book a Fertility Assessment