TESTING WOMEN FERTILITY
Problem of female fertility is a major issue as it is observed in a huge part of female population. Couples generally try for a year to conceive and if they are unable to do so even after that then they should serious consider getting their fertility tested to find the real problem. Fertility test for women is very important because for the most part, women go through life without any knowledge at all about the status of their remaining fertility potential. Many women put off trying to get pregnant until a convenient time in their lives, and by the time the “right time” comes, their fertility potential might be reduced – or already gone forever.
To increase fertility naturally, natural and holistic treatments can be used. Treatments such as herbal and homeopathic remedies have a positive effect on the hormonal system, reproductive organs, and sex drive. If you are a smoker, stop smoking naturally with non-nicotine based herbal and homeopathic remedies and cut down on all alcohol consumption to increase your chances of falling pregnant and having a healthy pregnancy.
Blood tests, Ultrasound of the ovaries, Hysterosalpingography to check for physical problems of the uterus and fallopian tubes, Laparoscopy to check the ovaries, fallopian tubes, and uterus for disease and physical problems are some of them
To confirm if ovulation is occurring by looking through your temperature charts, using ovulation predictor kits and blood tests and ultrasound.
Ovarian function tests
These tests are looking to see how the hormones are functioning and working during your ovulation cycle. Tests include the Day 3 FSH (measuring follicle stimulating hormone), Day 3 Estradiol (measuring estrogen), ultrasound (to confirm ovulation occurred) and blood tests to determine the levels of inhibin B.
Antral follicle count testing
This test basically determines the number of follicles left in a woman’s system that can produce a healthy egg in the future.
Female fertility test at home
Female fertility testing can be done in many ways few of which are mentioned above. Any interference that occurs during this fertilization process may bring about infertility. The first step to detect whether you may be infertile is to track your ovulation. This may be done by recording changes in your morning body temperature (basal body temperature) for several months, recording the texture of your cervical mucus and making use of a home ovulation test kit.