Female infertility assessment encompasses a thorough evaluation of female reproductive health through hormonal assessments, imaging studies like ultrasound or hysterosalpingography, ovarian reserve testing, and assessments of the uterine cavity. This comprehensive evaluation aims to identify issues such as ovulatory dysfunction, tubal blockages, uterine abnormalities, or ovarian reserve depletion, guiding personalized treatment plans.
Male infertility assessment involves a comprehensive evaluation of factors affecting male reproductive health, including semen analysis, hormonal profiling, genetic testing, and imaging studies. These assessments aim to identify potential causes such as sperm abnormalities, hormonal imbalances, anatomical issues, or genetic factors impacting fertility. Results guide tailored treatment strategies or further investigations to address male infertility.
Fertility-enhancing surgeries address anatomical or structural issues impacting fertility in men and women. For men, surgeries may involve procedures to repair varicoceles, correct obstructive or non-obstructive azoospermia, or retrieve sperm for assisted reproduction. In women, surgeries can address conditions like endometriosis, fibroids, fallopian tube blockages, or uterine abnormalities, optimizing reproductive function and improving the chances of conception. These surgeries are tailored to specific fertility concerns, aiming to enhance fertility potential and improve pregnancy outcomes.