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One-Stop Fertility Test at Shrewsbury

One-Stop Fertility Test is done using out-patient advanced 3D-Doppler ultrasound scan to check the lining of your womb, ovarian reserve (reserve of eggs) and to check the blood flow to your ovaries and womb. You may require an additional blood test to check the hormone Anti Mullarian Hormone.

Here is a list of One-Stop Fertility Test places in Shrewsbury, Shropshire. Please send us your contact information if you want to be listed here:

Davies, G
01939 220295
Clive Medical Practice
Shrewsbury
T.R Watson
01743 891401
The Surgery
Shrewsbury
Bennett, J
01939 220295
Clive Medical Practice
Shrewsbury
Russell, N
01743 231817
Radbrook Green Surgery
Shrewsbury
Ballantyne, J
01939 220295
Clive Medical Practice
Shrewsbury
Eden, B W
01743 231817
Radbrook Green Surgery
Shrewsbury
Edmond, S J
01743 790325
The Surgery
Shrewsbury
Wem Medical Practice
01939-232424
New Street
Shrewsbury
Otter, A E
01743 362223
Mytton Oak Surgery
Shrewsbury
Marysville Family Medical Practice
01743-366999
1 Burlington Place
Shrewsbury

A “One-Stop” Fertility Test was pioneered by Dr.Nargund and her team in 2001 .It can be done at lunch hour or within an hour.

This test is done using out-patient advanced 3D-Doppler ultrasound scan to check the lining of your womb, ovarian reserve (reserve of eggs) and to check the blood flow to your ovaries and womb. You may require an additional blood test to check the hormone Anti Mullarian Hormone. The test is non-invasive done with a simple ultrasound scan. A tubal patency test (to check that fallopian tubes are open) called “HycoSy” can also be performed at the same time if necessary.

This test is not painful as the X-Ray test HSG (HysteroSalpingography) .Since there is no exposure to x Rays; it allows you to try for a pregnancy in the same cycle

It is simply aimed at checking the Seed, Soil and Passage involved in Conception.

The detailed 3D –Doppler ultrasound scan is used to examine the following:

  • The Size of your ovaries
  • Antral Follicle Count (egg sacs) in your ovaries
  • The Blood Flow to your ovaries
  • The inside cavity of your womb and the lining of your womb
  • For Fibroids or other problems with your womb
  • The blood flow to your womb and the lining of your womb
  • The Fallopian tubes for patency

You are required to take antibiotics two days before the test if you would like your fallopian tubes tested. There is no need for antibiotics if you are having an “ovarian reserve” scan. The research shows that if blood flow to your ovaries is good, you are more likely to produce good quality eggs and similarly if the blood flow to your womb is adequate, you are more likely to conceive and furthermore less likely to miscarry. Recent scientific research also confirms that ovarian follicle count; size and blood flow can indicate quantity and quality of eggs…

Profile of the Author: This article is written by Geeta Nargund , FRCOG, Consultant in Reproductive Medicine at Create Health Clinic, Harley Street, London.

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