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What tests test for infertility?

What tests test for infertility?

Many : You should see your obgyn, your husband( hopefully you are married at your age if you are trying to get preg) should ahve a semen ananlysis and your obgyn needs to do an exam on you with cultures and an ultrasound and determine if you are ovulating or not, and other tests can be done after that like tubal hsg, etc. ...Read more

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Which screening tests are performed for pregnancy?

Which screening tests are performed for pregnancy?

Beta HCG: If you mean test to diagnose pregnancy, urine and/or blood level of beta chain of human chorionic gonadotrophic hormone are tested. ...Read more

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What are serum prolaxtin tests for infertility?

What are serum prolaxtin tests for infertility?

Prolactin?: Do you mean prolactin? It's a pituitary hormone that, when elevated, can cause ovulatory dysfunction in females. ...Read more

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Abnormal for years imo. What are tests for adrenal tumor?

Abnormal for years imo. What are tests for adrenal tumor?

Hormones and CT: Tests for adrenal function: blood and urine tests for catecholamines (pheochromocytomas produce elevated BP and other symptoms), aldosterone blood levels (conn's syndrome produces elevated BP and low potassium blood levels) and cortisol levels (cushing syndrome). Ct may be useful if hormonal abnormalities are detected. If cushing's is strongly suspected, additional blood tests are required. ...Read more

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Are tests for myocarditis done in imaging?

Are tests for myocarditis done in imaging?

Two main tests: Echocardiogram (ultrasound) of the heart and biopsy of the heart muscle to confirm viral damage to the muscle tissue. ...Read more

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What tests are done for prostatitis?

What tests are done for prostatitis?

History and Exam: Symptoms guide the diagnosis of prostatitis. When the prostate swells it triggers irritation to the bladder. Urgency/frequency of urination and a variable stream are the norm. Pain typically involves the tip of the penis, groins, testicles, low back and perineum. Urine tests may be done, but not always. Treatment with antibiotics, nsaids, prostate relaxation and bladder calming meds can fix it. ...Read more

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How can doctors test for autoimmune disease? Are there specific tests?

How can doctors test for autoimmune disease? Are there specific tests?

Autoimmune Disease: When you have an autoimmune disease, your body produces antibodies against some of your own tissues. Diagnosing an autoimmune disease involves identifying the antibodies your body is producing. Tests may include: antinuclear antibody tests, autoantibody tests, complete blood count (cbc), c-reactive protein (crp), erythrocyte sedimentation rate (esr). ...Read more

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What are the tests for klinefelter's syndrome?

What are the tests for klinefelter's syndrome?

Chromosome analysis: A basic chromosome test on blood is the most definitive study. Humans have 23 pairs of chromosomes, one derived from each parent. Klinefelter patients have an extra female X chromosome giving them 47 chromosomes in every cell instead of 46. ...Read more

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What tests are needed for diagnosing cushings disease?

What tests are needed for diagnosing cushings disease?

Complicated: Cushings syndrome is diagnosed by first having a clinical suspicion followed by careful testing: late night salivary cortisol, urinary cortisol or a Dexamethasone suppression test. Tests must be clearly and reproducibly abnormal. Further identification of the cause of the syndrome needs to be tailored to your particular situation. ...Read more

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Are RNA tests accurate for testing for HIV?

Are RNA tests accurate for testing for HIV?

Yes, but...: The HIV RNA tests are checking for the presence of certain parts of HIV. When positive, it can give us an idea of how much HIV is present. Most of the time, when positive, it highly suggests HIV infection. However, in rare instances, there can be false positive tests, which mean that a positive test may represent something else, not HIV. Thus, the best test for HIV is a standard HIV antibody test. ...Read more

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For what purpose are torch tests conducted?

For what purpose are torch tests conducted?

Congenital infection: Torch testing checks baby for congenital infections meaning infections that baby could be exposed to and acquire while in your womb during pregnancy. Those infections are: toxoplasmosis, rubella, cmv, syphilis, herpes. ...Read more

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Are there some prenatal tests for phenylketonuria (pku), or just the newborn screening test?

Are there some prenatal tests for phenylketonuria (pku), or just the newborn screening test?

Prenatal Dx of PKU: Phenylketonuria, pku is the result of the deficiency of the enzyme phenylalanine hydoxylase which converts phenylalanine to tyrosine. There is a prenatal test available to detect this enzyme deficiency. However there are rare forms of pku that result from cofactor deficiency or other enzymes that are involved in the conversion of phenylalanie to tyrosine. Pku is not a fatal genetic defect. ...Read more

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How is genetic testing for heart conditions done? Blood test?

How is genetic testing for heart conditions done?  Blood test?

Geenetic consult: It is known that the heritability of heart disease is 45-55%, but only 10% of possible genetic causes have been found. Genetic testing usually begins by meeting with a genetic counselor and/or medical geneticist physician, individualized risk assessment; blood work for genetic testing when indicated. ...Read more

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Are all diagnostic tests for klinefelter's syndrome done locally? What are they?

Are all diagnostic tests for klinefelter's syndrome done locally? What are they?

Blood test: Most localities have access to chromosomal analysis. Usually, labs send these blood tests out to a reference lab to be analyzed. So the blood can be drawn just about anywhere. ...Read more

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Which screening tests are don't for women and men?

Which screening tests are don't for women and men?

Many: There are many recommended tests including cholesterol blood tests, colon / breast / cervical cancer screening, tests for depression, obesity, osteoporosis, and abdominal aneurysm. There are other recommendations, too. For a complete list of preventive recommendations by age/gender and risk factors (if you have an ipad/ipod/ipad see the prevention checklist 2013 app. ...Read more

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What are tests for diagnosis for cerebrovascular disease?

What are tests for diagnosis for cerebrovascular disease?

Cerebrovascular: Mra's, carotid dopplers, and carotid computed tomographic angiograms provide the structural backdrop for assessing the cerbrovasculature. ...Read more

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How accurate are STD urine tests for men?

How accurate are STD urine tests for men?

GC & Chlamydia: Very accurate for gonorrhea and chlamydia, but not used for most other infections. ...Read more

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What are the tests for male fertility?

What are the tests for male fertility?

Semen Eval & bloods: The basic test is the semen analysis which is typically collected by masturbation into a sterile cup. This is best done in a specialized reproductive lab, as commercially done analyses are often not very reliable. Hormonal evaluation of testicular and pituitary hormones is also done, and in many cases a special physical examination to evaluate the testicles and scrotal sac (for varicose veins). ...Read more

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What are the prenatal tests for jacobsen syndrome?

What are the prenatal tests for jacobsen syndrome?

CVS or amnio: A woman can undergo chorionic villous sampling between 10-13 weeks or amniocentesis between 15-24 wks for chromosomal analysis which will reveal the 11q deletion. ...Read more