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What questions will your doctor ask for a fertility test?

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Your doctor will also have questions about things connected with your periods, such as:

  • Have you been pregnant before?
  • How often have you had periods over the last year?
  • Have you had irregular and missed periods or had spotting between periods?
  • Did you have any changes in blood flow or the appearance of large blood clots?
  • What methods of birth control have you used?
  • Have you ever seen a doctor for infertility, and did you get any treatment?

SOURCES: American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists: "Evaluating Infertility." American Society for Reproductive Medicine. Resolve.org. The Merck Manual, 17th Edition, 2000. Doherty, C. , Addicus Books, 2002. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services: "Endometriosis," September 2002. American Urological Association: ''Male Infertility.'' News release, Norgenix Pharmaceuticals LLC.  








The Fertility Handbook: A Guide to Getting Pregnant

Reviewed by Traci C. Johnson on August 16, 2019

SOURCES: American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists: "Evaluating Infertility." American Society for Reproductive Medicine. Resolve.org. The Merck Manual, 17th Edition, 2000. Doherty, C. , Addicus Books, 2002. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services: "Endometriosis," September 2002. American Urological Association: ''Male Infertility.'' News release, Norgenix Pharmaceuticals LLC.  








The Fertility Handbook: A Guide to Getting Pregnant

Reviewed by Traci C. Johnson on August 16, 2019

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