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5 Questions To Ask Your Doctor About Unexplained Infertility

Preparing for parenthood and then coping with unexplained infertility can be mentally tasking. You might not know the appropriate course of action or available treatments. A fertility doctor can make the process easier by assisting you in understanding your situation and making recommendations for treatment options.

At ReceptivaDx, we offer diagnosis services to help you understand the cause of infertility. We offer a test that diagnoses silent endometriosis, a possible cause of infertility. Here are five questions to ask your doctor about unexplained or idiopathic infertility:

1) What Could Be the Cause of My Infertility?

Understanding why you are experiencing difficulties getting pregnant is the first step toward finding a treatment. Many factors could be contributing to your unexplained fertility, such as:

  • Age
  • Nutrition/Diet
  • Past trauma
  • Substance abuse
  • Underlying medical conditions
  • Hormonal levels
  • Medical history
  • Silent endometriosis

At ReceptivaDx, we provide a test that evaluates different stages of silent endometriosis. Our tests help you identify if endometriosis is contributing to infertility.

2) Which Treatment Option Is Right for Me?

You may be concerned about the treatment option if you experience idiopathic infertility. Infertility treatment options are personalized and comprehensive since every person’s situation is different.

Following a thorough consultation and in-depth evaluation, including lab work and imaging tests, your fertility doctor can create a treatment plan. Treatment options that your specialist may suggest include the following:

  • Oral medications
  • Intrauterine insemination
  • In vitro fertilization (IVF)
  • Behavioral modifications
  • Sperm washing

At ReceptivaDX, we provide a test to diagnose endometriosis at all stages. Our specialists recommend different treatment options based on the details of your condition.

3) When Should I Start My Fertility Treatment?

If you’ve experienced challenges trying to conceive, you need to determine at what point you should seek medical treatment. Seek out infertility management services if you have struggled to conceive for more than 12 months.

Your infertility specialists can assess and make a diagnosis determining when you should start your treatment. At ReceptivaDx, we conduct a test to diagnose silent endometriosis and guide you on when to begin your treatment plan.

4) How Likely Am I To Get Pregnant After the Fertility Treatment?

This is a common question if you experience unexplained infertility. The likelihood of getting pregnant after treatment is different for everyone.

Rest assured that at ReceptivaDx, we can conduct the necessary steps to help diagnose the cause of infertility. Depending on your diagnosis, we can initiate treatment and approximate how long it may take to conceive successfully.

5) How Does Endometriosis Factor in Unexplained Infertility?

Confirming the association between endometriosis and infertility can help you understand your situation better. At ReceptivaDx, we can help you understand more about silent endometriosis and conduct a test to diagnose the condition.

Ask All These Questions About Idiopathic Infertility Today!

You are not alone if you struggle to conceive and have many questions about your situation. Feel free to ask your fertility doctor about your concerns, including the treatment options to try.

At ReceptivaDx, we help you understand the cause of your unexplained infertility. Contact us for your tests today.

Bruce Lessey, M.D., Ph.D. – Scientific Advisor
Lessey’s Corner

The ReceptivaDxTM Test was developed by Cicero Diagnostics in conjunction with Pathology Consultants, Inc. of Greenville, SC. Pathology Consultants, Inc. is a laboratory certified under the Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments (CLIA). As with other laboratory-developed tests, this testing service has not been cleared or approved by the US FDA or any other federal regulatory agencies. Data have not been submitted to or evaluated by Federal regulatory agencies and the test is not for sale as an In Vitro Diagnostic (IVD) in the US or the EU.


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