Female Fertility Tests & Analysis

Female Fertility Tests

First IVF conducts a range of tests for both females and males to assess reproductive health and identify any potential factors contributing to infertility.

What Tests Are Available?

Female fertility tests encompass a range of examinations to assess reproductive health. The results of these tests provide valuable insights into a woman’s fertility status, guiding our specialists in tailoring suitable treatment plans based on your individual needs and circumstances.

Ovulation Tests

Tracking hormonal markers like luteinizing hormone (LH) to determine if ovulation is occurring regularly.

Hormonal Blood Tests

Assessing levels of hormones such as FSH (follicle-stimulating hormone), LH, estradiol, and AMH (anti-Müllerian hormone) to evaluate ovarian reserve and hormonal balance.

Pelvic Ultrasound

Imaging the pelvic region to examine the uterus, ovaries, and fallopian tubes for abnormalities, cysts, or fibroids.


A minimally invasive procedure involving a thin tube with a camera to examine the interior of the uterus for abnormalities.

Thyroid function Tests

Evaluating thyroid function, as thyroid disorders can impact fertility.

Genetic Testing

In some cases, genetic tests may be recommended to identify hereditary conditions or potential risks to the fetus.

Postcotial Testing

Assessing the interaction between sperm and cervical mucus to determine the suitability of the cervical environment for conception.

Cervical Mucus Analysis

Evaluating the quality and quantity of cervical mucus, which plays a role in sperm transport.


HyCoSy, short for Hysterosalpingo Contrast Sonography, is a minimally invasive fertility procedure used to assess the fallopian tubes and uterus. During the procedure, a contrast agent is injected into the uterus through a catheter while an ultrasound scan is performed. This allows fertility specialists to visualize the shape and structure of the uterus and check for any blockages or abnormalities in the fallopian tubes.

HyCoSy is often recommended for couples undergoing in vitro fertilisation (IVF) to identify any potential issues that may affect the success of the treatment.

Saline Infusion Sonohysterography

SIS, or Saline Infusion Sonohysterography, is a diagnostic procedure commonly used in fertility evaluations. It involves the insertion of a small catheter into the uterus, through which a sterile saline solution is injected. This expands the uterine cavity, allowing clearer visualization via ultrasound imaging.

SIS helps fertility specialists assess the uterine cavity for abnormalities such as polyps, fibroids, adhesions, or structural defects that may impact fertility or increase the risk of pregnancy complications. SIS is a valuable tool in the pre-treatment evaluation of individuals undergoing in vitro fertilization (IVF) or other assisted reproductive technique

How Much Does Testing Cost?

Female fertility tests encompass a range of examinations to assess reproductive health. A list of pricing can be found here

How Can I Apply For Testing?

You can contact us by phone, email or through our appointment form below. We also accept GP referrals.

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Frequently Asked Question

Q1: How Do I Schedule an Initial Consultation?

A: To schedule an initial consultation, please contact our clinic directly via phone, email, or through our appointment request form. You may also ask your general practitioner or healthcare provider for a referral.

A: We offer a range of fertility services, including but not limited to IVF, IUI, egg freezing, and donor programs. Our experienced team will guide you through the available options based on your individual needs.

A: Infertility can result from various factors. If you’ve been actively trying to conceive for a year (or six months if you’re over 35) without success, or if you have known fertility issues, it’s advisable to seek consultation. Both partners should undergo initial assessments to determine the cause.

A: The process varies based on the chosen treatment, but generally involves an initial consultation, diagnostic testing, personalized treatment planning, and, if needed, assisted reproductive technologies such as IVF or IUI. Our team will guide you through each step.

A: Our team can discuss available financing options, and we recommend checking with your insurance provider to understand coverage details.

As of 2023, patients may avail of publicly funded IVF, IUI, or ICSI treatments through the HSE if they meet the eligibility criteria. 

A: Success rates can vary based on individual circumstances. During your consultation, we will provide you with personalized information based on your medical history and the specific treatment plan.

A: We welcome both couples and single individuals seeking fertility assistance. Our team provides support and guidance to individuals with diverse family-building goals.

A: Fertility treatments can be emotionally challenging, and the physical aspects vary. Our team is committed to providing compassionate care and support throughout your fertility journey.

A: Adopting a healthy lifestyle can positively impact fertility. Our team will provide guidance on factors such as nutrition, exercise, and stress management to optimize your chances of conception.

A: Patient confidentiality is a top priority. We adhere to strict privacy standards, and all information shared with our clinic is kept confidential.


We Offer High Success Rates!

With both frozen and fresh embryo transfer options available, we tailor our approach to suit each individual’s needs, maximising the chances of conception. Find our more about how our dedicated team of experts utilizes cutting-edge technology and personalised care to achieve outstanding results.


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