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Posted by: Bee Sting | 2012/04/17

Blood tests (cont.)

Hi there Doctor,

Me again....

Myself and hubby have to go for the following blood tests:
FSH
LH
E2
Fasting insulin (me and hubby)
TSH
Thyroid anti-bodies
Prolactin (me and hubby)
Growth hormone (me and hubby)
Rub IGG + IGM
HIV (me and hubby)
Cardiolipin anti-bodies
Fasting glucose (me and hubby)
Hep B (me and hubby)
Hep C (me and hubby)
AMH

What will this tell me that I don''t already know? - I KNOW that I ovulate already.
Have Hep B &  C anything to do with making a person infertile?

Thank you very much.

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Dear Bee Sting

There are several metabolic and endocrine problems that can contribute to fertility problems by affecting egg and sperm function and may affect fertilization and implantation. The infection screen is generally unnecessary for fertility.

Answered by: Dr M.I. Cassim

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Posted by: Fertility expert | 2012/04/26

Dear Bee Sting

There are several metabolic and endocrine problems that can contribute to fertility problems by affecting egg and sperm function and may affect fertilization and implantation. The infection screen is generally unnecessary for fertility.

Answered by: Dr M.I. Cassim

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