Is Transvaginal Ultrasound Necessary If You Have HSG Checked?
1. My doctor has undergone HSG The results are there are no disturbances or blockages whatsoever. Then a few months later my friend advised me to be transvaginal. should I do transvaginal? 2. Can doctors know a good medicine to support fertility for husband and wife? Thank you
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I understand that you really crave the presence of a baby. You need to see an obstetrician to find out if there are any problems with your fertility. Fertility disorders need to be detected from interviews, direct examination, and then a further examination. The doctor will ask in more detail about your health and sexual history. The doctor will also ask if you have been pregnant or miscarried before. The doctor will ask how long the mother and partner planned a pregnancy. You will also be asked how often you have sexual intercourse and whether you have experienced difficulties during intercourse. Do not hesitate or be embarrassed to discuss this with your doctor. If you have used contraception before, you should explain this also. The doctor may also find out whether the mother or partner smokes, is overweight, consumes alcohol, takes drugs, or has a job or activity with a high stress level. Bring the results of the HSG examination that you took. After you have been examined directly, your doctor may plan a blood test (to determine whether you are releasing eggs every month), tests for sexually transmitted infections, and ultrasound examination. Ultrasound examination will start from the ultrasound through the stomach first. The doctor will look at the condition of your uterus, whether there are abnormalities that can cause fertility problems or not. If your HSG results do not have a blockage, the possibility of transvaginal ultrasound is not needed or depends on the doctor's assessment when conducting ultrasound through your stomach.
In addition to examining you, don't forget to check your partner with a urologist. Mother's partner will also be examined directly and asked to undergo a semen analysis examination in the laboratory. The semen analysis check is an examination to see if the ejaculate released by your partner is healthy enough to be able to fertilize the egg that you are removing. This examination includes checking the number of ejaculates released, the acidity of the ejaculate, sperm count, sperm concentration, sperm shape, and sperm motility. If there is interference with the results of the semen examination, the urologist will discuss this matter with the mother and partner. The doctor will explain what options you and your partner can take to get your baby.
That's all information from me. Hopefully this will help and hopefully soon children will be given as expected.