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Female Fertility Blood Work

Understanding female fertility blood work testing

If you’re struggling with getting pregnant, our San Antonio reproductive endocrinologist may suggest a series of blood tests to evaluate your fertility. These blood tests, also known as female fertility blood work, can provide valuable information about your ovarian reserve, hormone environment and overall reproductive health.

At our Texas Fertility Center, we offer comprehensive female fertility blood work to help our patients understand the underlying causes of their infertility. We work with you to design a customized testing plan that addresses your unique needs and concerns.

What information can be gathered from female fertility blood work?

Ovarian reserve. Certain hormones in the bloodstream, such as follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH), estrogen, and anti-Mullerian hormone (AMH), can guide your fertility doctor in understanding your ovarian health and timeline for reproduction. These hormones can give clues into the optimal treatment protocols if medications are needed.

Hormonal environment. Fertility blood work can also measure hormone levels important for a healthy pregnancy environment, including thyroid function and blood sugar.

Other health factors. Female fertility blood work can also uncover underlying health issues that may be affecting your fertility, such as under- or over-active thyroid disease, polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), or elevated prolactin.

By analyzing the results of your fertility blood work, our San Antonio reproductive endocrinologist can develop a personalized treatment plan that addresses your unique needs and maximizes your chances of success.

Take control of your fertility health

Our compassionate care team understands that struggling with infertility can be a difficult and emotional experience. That’s why we offer comprehensive fertility blood work to help you take control of your fertility health and achieve your dreams of parenthood.

If you’re interested in learning more about female fertility blood work or scheduling an appointment with our San Antonio reproductive endocrinologist, please contact our office today. We’re here to help you on your fertility journey and provide the care and support you need to succeed.