Infertility is the inability to get pregnant within a year (or 6 months for those 35 and over). This infertility checklist will help you find out which tests to do to help you find the cause for infertility. The most common causes of infertility are male factors, tubal disease, and ovulatory dysfunction. Infertility tests are done to help a couple find the possible reasons for infertility and how to treat it and improve the chances of getting pregnant.

Semen analysis

Sperm count, morphology, motility

Ovulation (Y/N?)

Menstrual cycle regularity and length
Ovulation Predictor Kits (OPKs)
Basal Body Temperature Chart (BBT Chart)
Postovulation progesterone (7-10 dpo)
Urine LH
Ovarian reserve testing


Health issues
Prior pregnancies
Sexually transmitted diseases
Weight (BMI)
Smoking, drinking, other issues

Blood Tests:

 Free testosterone
 Anti-mullerian hormone (AMH)

Other Tests:

Clomiphene challenge
Follicular phase ovarian sonography
Endometrial biopsy
Genetic testing/Carrier screening

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