A simple trans vaginal ultrasound is a safe and non-invasive test that will show many important aspects of the female pelvis such as ovarian maturity and egg reserves, uterus lining and abnormalities, evidence of scarring, fibroids, etc. The proper development of the follicle, which contains the egg, and the timing of its release is critical to the evaluation of infertility.
Does an Unexplained Infertility Diagnosis Really Mean “I Don’t Know?”
Your reproductive endocrinologist chose his or her fertility sub-specialty to help find the causes of male infertility and female infertility, and resolve the issues. When your fertility specialist classifies your case as unexplained infertility, does that mean: “I give up?” Read more>>