Fertility Testing

A woman’s fertility is mainly determined by her age and the ovarian reserve. Fertility testing is recommended in advance.

Fertility is the natural capability to produce offspring. Female and male fertility is affected by age, genetic factors, lifestyle and the environment around us. Most people would like to start a family and have children at some point in their lives. To be aware of your fertility numbers, we recommend that women visit their gynecologist regularly. For men – sperm analysis gives a quick overview of a man’s fertility.

Fertility testing for women includes a thorough consultation with a gynecologist and a gynecological examination. Ultrasound and analysis can be used to assess a woman’s ovarian reserve. If for any reason you haven’t been able to conceive,  the doctor will help to explain the reasons for infertility and order necessary additional tests.

• Gynecologist consultation
• Gynecological examination
• Ultrasound examination
• Recommended hormone tests (eg AMH, FSH, E2, P4, PRL)
• Recommended tests for STDs (eg HIV, HBV, HCV, Syphilis, Chlamydia, Gonorrhoea, etc.)
• Additional tests if necessary (eg tubal patency check)


First step in fertility testing for men is sperm analysis (or spermogram), which helps to assess sperm count, motility and shape. If there are any abnormalities in sperm in these parameters, it is recommended to consult an andrologist. The andrologist will determine additional tests and examinations if necessary.

Sperm analysis
• Andologist’s consultation
• Recommended hormone tests
• Recommended tests for STDs (eg HIV, HBV, HCV, Syphilis, Chlamydia, Gonorrhoea, etc.)
• Additional test, if necessary

In certain cases (medical, social, ethical) it is recommended to freeze and store gametes in the Fertility Clinic Nordic Biobank.

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