en en pl ru ro es

Fertility tests for women & men

Infertility refers to the inability to conceive after a period of one year of regular contraceptive-free sexual intercourse.

Menopause & Andropause tests

Testing the concentration of individual hormones is performed in the case of various hormonal disorders such as menstrual disorders and menopause.


We usually carry out tests of the pituitary gland (FSH, LH, prolactin) or tests of the ovary (estradiol and progesterone). The FSH and LH level should be determined on the 3-5 day of the menstrual cycle. However, prolactin is usually determined in the second half of the cycle (around 21 day of the cycle).


Estradiol can be determined along with FSH and LH (in diagnostics of hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal insufficiency and ovarian failure) and if you monitor ovulation also on the 12-14 day of the cycle; in turn, the progesterone concentration – on the 21 day of the cycle.

Name of screen/tests Components
Female Infertility Profile LH – FSH – PRL – E2 – PRG
Male Infertility Profile LH – FSH – Prolactin – Sex Hormone Binding Globulin – TestosteroneCholesterol,TSH

Centre for diagnosing and treating men’s and women’s infertility 
Sperm test – morphology
Bacteriological semen analysis
Determining hormone levels in women
Determining hormone level in men
Tests preparing for insemination
Tests preparing for in vitro fertilisation
Karyotype and other genetic tests
Insemination procedure