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Infertility tests will usually include detecting viruses such as vaginitis or HPV with coloscopy and cryotherapy or a biopsy. Since there may be a variety of causes related to the condition, a complete history of physical examination is needed to determine the exact cause. As a rule, semen analysis is done after 2-3 days of abstinence. The count, motility, shape, and other data are evaluated. Infertility tests will usually include detecting viruses such as vaginitis or HPV with coloscopy and cryotherapy or a biopsy.

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Vaginitis, Cryotherapy

A couple may be offered to take blood analysis, PCT, endometrial biopsy, laparoscopy, and pelvic exam. Women are usually advised to watch for changes in the mucous discharge throughout the menstrual cycle and measure temperature daily before rising to note that is associated with presumptive ovulation. Infertility tests will usually include detecting viruses such as vaginitis or HPV with coloscopy and cryotherapy or a biopsy.

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Dr. Joe Glickman, Jr., M.D.

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