Diagnosis of Infertility in Women
- Your menstrual history
- Your pregnancy history
- Use of contraceptives
- Your history of sexually transmitted diseases or reproductive tract infections
- Your current sexual patterns
- Any medications you may be taking or have taken in the recent past
- Your surgical history
- Any other health problems
- Your lifestyle and work environment
Ovulation Tests and Tests of Ovarian Function
Diagnosing Uterine and Other Physical Abnormalities
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- Reviewer: Andrea Chisholm, MD
- Review Date: 12/2013 -
- Update Date: 00/11/2014 -
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