At Fertility Tasmania we will carry out preliminary investigations to assess the cause of infertility. This may involve tests such as analysis of hormone levels for both males and females; Egg Timer Test to assess ovarian reserve; genetic tests and general health assessments. A follow-up appointment will then be scheduled with your Doctor to review the test results, discuss a diagnosis and offer treatment options.
Smoking, alcohol, certain chemicals and a variety of other factors can affect the health of sperm. A semen analysis is the single most important piece of information needed to assess male fertility. It measures the amount and quality of a man’s semen and sperm – assessing characteristics such as sperm movement.
At Fertility Tasmania we are committed to providing the highest quality standards when providing a semen analysis. We perform our analysis according to the latest World Health Organisation (WHO) criteria – the gold standard in performing a semen analysis. Samples are analysed within an hour to get the most accurate results.
AMH Blood Test
The AMH Blood Test helps to measure the hormone associated with a woman’s ovarian reserve levels – the lower the number of eggs, the lower the level of Anti-Mullerian Hormone. Women with a diminished ovarian reserve have diminished fertility and an increased risk of miscarriage. This test provides a snapshot early on so a decision can be made on when to start trying for a baby and when to access fertility treatment. This test can be done at any time during a normal menstrual cycle.