At Pollin we offer a wide range of advanced fertility testing options to help identify and address various reproductive challenges. Our fertility experts are equipped with the latest advancements in the field, including epigenetic sperm testing, endometrial receptivity assessment, and autoimmunity studies, granting deeper insights into your fertility journey.
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Hormone Blood Tests
These blood tests evaluate various hormones (AMH, FSH, LH, Estradiol, Testosterone, Progesterone) to assess both egg and sperm quantity and quality.
Ovarian Reserve Testing
A combination of hormone blood tests (AMH, Day 3 FSH) and vaginal ultrasound evaluates if your egg count is in a normal range for your age. It also helps predict how you may respond to various fertility treatments.
An internal ultrasound can evaluate the uterus and ovaries. This test helps determine antral follicle count (a marker of ovarian reserve of eggs), as well as diagnose ovarian cysts, fibroids, polyps, or other malformations.
Saline Infusion Sonohysterogram (SIS)
This specialized transvaginal ultrasound procedure is used to evaluate the uterus and the fallopian tubes. Sterile saline fluid is infused inside the uterus via a thin catheter, allowing your physician to visualize the uterine shape and cavity, while assessing the patency (openness) of your fallopian tubes.
This sperm sample test evaluates complete sperm health, including volume, concentration (number of sperm), motility (swimming ability), morphology (sperm shape), and if there are any infections present.
Sperm DNA Fragmentation (DFI)
Sperm DNA Fragmentation index (DFI) is a sperm test that measures any damage to the DNA, the genetic material of the sperm.
At Pollin, all fertility testing is personalized to the individual, however common fertility testing procedures include blood tests for hormone levels and genetic screenings, ultrasound examinations of reproductive organs, and semen analysis for male fertility.
Most common fertility tests are covered by OHIP. For more information about Pollin’s fertility testing pricing, click here.
Depending on your personalized diagnostic plan, preparation for fertility testing may involve specific instructions regarding medication, fasting, or timing related to your menstrual cycle. Your care team will provide specific instructions prior to your tests to ensure you are fully informed on what to do and what to expect for your tests.
At Pollin, we believe that having a clear picture, and understanding of one’s own fertility and reproductive health is important for everyone and at any age. Whether you have a suspected or diagnosed reproductive health issue, have experienced pregnancy loss, or simply curious about your fertility health, fertility testing empowers you to move forward on your current or future fertility journey with more clarity and confidence.
At Pollin, we aim to make fertility care as accessible as possible. If you have a family physician, you can ask them to complete a referral form found on our website (under “Referring MDs”) and we will contact you upon receipt.
No referral? Not a problem!
Book your first consultation through our website without a referral and we will facilitate one for you through our medical partner (covered by OHIP).