IVF Tests

IVF TESTS

Females:

  • HEMOGRAM - A complete blood count, also known as a full hemogram test, is a series of tests done on a blood sample. The hemogram is a wide screening panel that checks the body for the presence of diseases and infections.
  • TOXO Ig G - IgG and IgM antibodies are the two types of antibodies. A positive Toxo IgG test indicates that the patient possesses anti-toxoplasmosis antibodies, which protect her from re-infection with the parasite.
  • TOXO Ig M - If the molecular test is positive for T. Gondii DNA, the person tested has an active toxoplasmosis infection
  • CMV Ig M – IgM antibodies are the first to be produced when the body responds to Cytomegalovirus infection. Within a week or two of initial exposure, they are present in the majority of people.
  • HBsAg - Hepatitis B surface antigen (HBsAg) - A "positive" or "reactive" HBsAg test result indicates hepatitis B infection. This test can determine whether the hepatitis B virus (also known as the "surface antigen") is present in your blood.
  • Anti - HIV – is a test conducted to see if you've been infected with the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), The virus that causes AIDS.
  • ANTI-HCV - The HCV antibody test examines the blood for antibodies to the hepatitis C virus. When a person is infected, antibodies are substances released into the bloodstream.
  • VDRL - Syphilis - VDRL (venereal disease research laboratory test). The VDRL test is a syphilis screening test. It detects antibodies, chemicals (proteins) produced by your body after coming into contact with the bacteria that cause syphilis.
  • Rubella - A rubella blood test detects antibodies generated by the immune system to help destroy the rubella virus. These antibodies can last for years in the bloodstream. Specific antibodies indicate that you have had a recent infection, a previous infection, or that you have been immunised against the disease.
  • VİTD3- test for Vitamin D plays a variety of roles in human reproduction. Several recent studies have found that vitamin D levels in vitro fertilisation are predictive of implantation and pregnancy rates (IVF).
  • PT2 - Factor II & V and MTHFR Gene Mutation Tests for Inherited Thrombophilia
  • All types of thrombophilia ('sticky blood conditions') can make it difficult to keep enough blood flowing to the uterine lining and the growing placenta, leading to an increased risk of implantation failure and miscarriage.
  • INR - The International Normalized Ratio, or INR, is a measurement of how quickly your blood clots. Another blood test used to determine your INR is the prothrombin time (PT).
  • Blood Type - Blood typing determines a person's ABO blood group and Rh type by detecting the presence or absence of these antigens.
  • HSG - The X-ray test hysterosalpingography, or HSG, shows the internal structure of the uterus and whether the fallopian tubes are blocked.
  • Breast Usg - Breast ultrasound is an imaging exam that looks at the inside of your breasts using sound waves to examine and screen for cancer or/and other breast abnormalities.
Tests that need to be done on the 2nd or 3rd day of the period:
  • AMH - The ovarian follicles secrete anti-Müllerian hormone, and the higher your level, the more follicles (potential eggs) you're likely to have. AMH testing is commonly used to determine your egg count.
  • FSH - The level of follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH) in your blood is measured with this test.
  • LH - Higher-than-normal levels of LH suggest ovarian failure and polycystic ovary disease, according to the LH blood test.
  • E2 - The higher the estradiol level, the more eggs or follicles there are. The level of E2 in the blood can determine how well the ovaries are reacting to the medications.
  • PRL - For women experiencing menstruation or reproductive issues, a prolactin test is frequently advised. It's standard procedure before IVF therapy.
  • TSH - TSH (thyroid-stimulating hormone) is a hormone that plays a vital role in fertility, pregnancy, and IVF. A TSH test will reveal if you have too much or too little of the hormone.
  • FT4 - Free thyroxine (free T4) tests are used to assess thyroid function and detect thyroid disorders, such as hyperthyroidism and hypothyroidism after the thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH) level is abnormal.

Males:

  • Hemogram - A complete blood count, also known as a full hemogram test, is a series of tests done on a blood sample. The hemogram is a wide screening panel that checks the body for the presence of diseases and infections.
  • Anti-HIV - is a test conducted to see if you've been infected with the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), The virus that causes AIDS.
  • Anti-HCV - The HCV antibody test examines the blood for antibodies to the hepatitis C virus. When a person is infected, antibodies are substances released into the bloodstream.
  • HBsAg - Hepatitis B surface antigen (HBsAg) - A "positive" or "reactive" HBsAg test result indicates hepatitis B infection. This test can determine whether the hepatitis B virus (also known as the "surface antigen") is present in your blood.
  • VDRL - Syphilis - VDRL (venereal disease research laboratory test). The VDRL test is a syphilis screening test. It detects antibodies, chemicals (proteins) produced by your body after coming into contact with the bacteria that cause syphilis.
  • Blood Type - Blood typing determines a person's ABO blood group and Rh type by detecting the presence or absence of these antigens.
  • Spermiogram - The number of sperm, their motility (ability to move), their morphology (size and form), and the amount and consistency of the ejaculated sample are all reliably measured with a semen analysis.