The 3 major tests for infertility are: Checking for Ovulation, Checking his spermcount (spermanalysis), Checking tubal patency (Hysterosalpingogra or Laparoscopy)
The essential infertility work-up and testing includes an assessment of his sperms, whether and when ovulation takes places, and if the fallopian tubes are open.
Chromopertubation is a procedure usually done during a laparoscopy where dye is injected through the cervix in order to visualize the fallopian tubes to see if they are patent or open.
Is it true that ovulation stops after a hysterosalpingogram (HSG)?
Is it possible that I have less pain after my hysterosalpingogram (HSG)?
An abnormal uterus can have different shapes like unicornuate bicornuate didelphus and septate uterus.
Personal Experiences with Hysterosalpingogram (HSG).
Many women wonder how long they should wait to get pregnant after an HSG a hysterosalpingogram.
Just because there is no pelvic pain does not mean the fallopian tubes are open. Fallopian tube diseases and blockage are among the top three reasons for infertility.
How is it done?
Am I more likely to get pregnant?
A hysterosalpingogram or HSG is often part of the infertility evaluation. It is a test to check the uterine cavity as well as the patency (openness) of the fallopian tubes.
What is the basic infertility workup?
Should everyone have an infertility workup?
What can be done about thin uterine lining?