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Diagnostics and Screening

Complete range of basic and advanced fertility investigations to diagnose causes of male and female infertility, making way for personalized treatment plans.

Infertility Assessment Panel

Female infertility tests involve a combination of blood tests and ultrasounds to assess ovarian reserve, thyroid function, blood sugar, specific genetic conditions and uterine health. Male infertility tests involve a complete physical check-up, blood test and semen analysis to assess sperm count, sperm motility and sperm morphology.

Ultrasound – 3D Ultrasound / Colour Doppler

Investigations to assess ovarian reserve, study the uterine shape, volume and vasularity as well as endometrial lining and fallopian tubes.

Tubal Patency Tests (HSG, SSG)

Investigations to diagnose blocked or diseased fallopian tubes that may be preventing natural or assisted pregnancies.

Advanced Semen Analysis

The collected semen sample is tested for sperm count, sperm motility (the ability of sperm to move forward), sperm morphology and certain genetic disorders.

Preimplantation Genetic Screening (PGS)

Pre-implantation genetic screening or PGS involves checking the chromosomes of embryos from an IVF cycle for any chromosomal abnormalities.

Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis (PGD)

Pre-implantation genetic diagnosis or PGD involves screening the genes of the embryos from an IVF cycle for a specific genetic condition. Healthy embryos can be transferred to achieve a pregnancy or frozen for future fertility treatments.

Genetic Panel

Comprehensive panel for patients who require genetic testing to check for specific conditions or for chromosomal variations in the embryos to minimize the risk of passing on any genetic condition to the child.

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