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Fertility Testing

Infertility is a serious worry for many couples because it’s a diagnosis that has the potential to dramatically alter the life that you always imagined for yourself.

If you’re concerned about infertility, the best thing to do is to make an appointment with our doctors specialist in infertility. He or she will start by talking with you and your partner about your medical health and habits. Although you may find some of the questions awkward or embarrassing, it’s the best way to evaluate what might be causing your trouble. In many cases, infertility is the result of a combination of problems, sometimes in each partner, which makes a thorough examination important.

Fertility testing for couples

  • Initial consultation with fertility specialist (gynaecologist) and examination of both patients’ medical histories
  • Comprehensive gynaecological check-up
  • Ultrasound of the reproductive organs
  • Blood test for female partners (day 2 or 3 menstruation) : FSH, LH, oestradiol AMH, PRL, TSH Chlamydia, HIV, VDRL hepatitis B, hepatitis C toxoplasmosis, rubeola CMV etc
  • Bacterial swab: ureaplasm, mycoplasma, chlamydia etc
  • Hysterosalpingography
  • Blood test for male partners
  • Spermogram
  • Final consultation with the gynaecologist

Price: 5’400 CHF

Around 7-10 days are sufficient for a comprehensive examination.
It is best to take a swab just (2-3 days) prior to the start of the monthly period
Blood test for female partners on the second day of the monthly cycle
Hysterosalpingography, immediately after menstruation or in the first third of the monthly cycle
Spermogram requires a 2-day abstention from sexual intercourse prior to testing

Female fertility testing

  • Initial consultation with with fertility specialist (gynaecologist) and an examination of medical history
  • Comprehensive gynaecological check-up
  • Ultrasound of the reproductive organs
  • Blood test (day 2 or 3 menstruation) : FSH, LH, oestradiol AMH, PRL, TSH Chlamydia, HIV, VDRL hepatitis B, hepatitis C toxoplasmosis, rubeola CMV etc
  • Bacterial swab: ureaplasm, mycoplasma, chlamydia etc.
  • Hysterosalpingography
  • Final consultation with the gynaecologist

Price: 4’200 CHF

Around 7-10 days are sufficient for a comprehensive examination.
It is best to take a swab just (2-3 days) prior to the start of the monthly period
Blood test for female partners on the second day of the monthly cycle
Hysterosalpingography, immediately after menstruation or in the first third of the monthly cycle

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