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How can I tell if im fertile ?

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Dr. Peter Corrado
Family Medicine
5 doctors agree

In brief: Complicated question

A women under the age of 35 who has regular periods is generally considered fertile.
After a year of unprotected intercourse with no pregnancy an infertility evaluation would be appropriate. Women over 35 and women with irregular menses can be evaluated sooner. Infertility should always be considered a couples problem and complete male evaluation is also indicated. No one test proves fertility.

In brief: Complicated question

A women under the age of 35 who has regular periods is generally considered fertile.
After a year of unprotected intercourse with no pregnancy an infertility evaluation would be appropriate. Women over 35 and women with irregular menses can be evaluated sooner. Infertility should always be considered a couples problem and complete male evaluation is also indicated. No one test proves fertility.
Dr. Peter Corrado
Dr. Peter Corrado
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Dr. Michael Opsahl
Fertility Medicine

In brief: Egg Quality

Female fertility potential is possible with blood and ultrasound testing.
Egg quality is the most important factor for fertility and measuring amh, fsh, and antral follicle count (inhibit b?) can give you a great idea. No question that tubes and seprm are critical. We find that we are testing women before cancer treatment and career women before delayed families. Just a thought. Best wishes.

In brief: Egg Quality

Female fertility potential is possible with blood and ultrasound testing.
Egg quality is the most important factor for fertility and measuring amh, fsh, and antral follicle count (inhibit b?) can give you a great idea. No question that tubes and seprm are critical. We find that we are testing women before cancer treatment and career women before delayed families. Just a thought. Best wishes.
Dr. Michael Opsahl
Dr. Michael Opsahl
Thank
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Dr. Peter Corrado
very interesting information,thank you
Dr. Michael Opsahl
You are welcome.
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