Female infertility diagnosis
Infertility is generally defined as the inability to get pregnant after a year of trying (or six months for women over 35). In addition, women who are able to get pregnant but have difficulties or are unable to remain pregnant.
About 10% of U.S. women (6.1 million) ages 15-44 deal with infertility, but there are options to address it. First, further testing should be done to determine the cause of infertility.
Fertility tests available at GPHW include:
- Ovulation testing
- Ovarian reserve testing
- Hormone testing
- Imaging tests
- Genetic testing