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What goes into a fertility evaluation ?
Infertility is a serious worry for many couples. It’s a diagnosis that can dramatically alter the life that you always imagined for yourself. If you’re trying to get pregnant and are having difficulty, you know just how much of an emotional roller coaster it can be. For most, achieving pregnancy causes no problems, but some couples do experience difficulties. More than 80% of couples where the woman is under 40 will conceive naturally within one year of having regular unprotected sex.
A standard fertility evaluation includes physical exams and medical and sexual histories of both partners. Men undergo a semen analysis that evaluates sperm count, movement and structure.
For women, doctors first check to see whether ovulation is occurring or not through blood tests, ultrasound, or an ovulation home kit. An irregular menstrual pattern would be suspicious of an ovulation problem, but it's also possible with regular periods.
It's time to check with a doctor if you've had regular sex without birth control for 6 to 12 months. It is important for the couple to go for consultation together. In many cases, infertility is the result of a combination of problems, sometimes in each partner.
Trying to conceive can be an emotional process, so it's important to support each other as much as possible.