In your first medical examination, your doctor will review your medical history and take a physical exam. If your husband’s sperm analysis is normal, your doctor recommends tests and diagnostic procedures appropriate for your age and general health. Although some procedures are performed in your doctor’s office, some of them may need to be done at the hospital.

Disease medial story Your doctor will ask you various questions about your medical history. Do not forget to mention previous surgeons, pregnancies and curettage, sexually transmitted diseases or other pelvic infections. At the same time, you will be asked about your menstrual periods and the frequency of sexual intercourse.

Physical checkup Your doctor will conduct a general examination, development of the breast, and also will consider fat and hair distribution, as this indicates the activity of your hormones. The gynecological examination examines the ovaries in terms of any developmental defects or infection.

Test for possible reproductive harm Depending on your age, your health status and your general examination, your tests start from the simplest to the least invasive. These tests can be repeated to confirm your diagnosis.

Blood tests A blood test is necessary to monitor health status, detect inflammatory diseases and pelvic infections, and some blood tests during menstruation. A blood test is needed to track the ovaries, the level of thyroid hormones and the pituitary gland.

Postcoital test is the determination of the amount and mobility of spermatozoa in the mucus of the cervix of a woman (cervical mucus) some time after sexual intercourse. In a very short time, within 12 hours after intercourse, a mucus sample is taken from the cervical canal of the cervix to study the amount and motility of spermatozoa in it. This test is usually performed one to two days before ovulation, these days, the secretion of the cervical canal is the most suitable for the passage of spermatozoa.