When to See a Doctor When Suffering from Infertility

You can be diagnosed of suffering from infertility if more than one year after you get married, you still do not get pregnant. If that happens, then you need to consult a gynaecologist. If your age is 35 years or more, and before you have been trying for four or six months to get pregnant but still do not meet your goal, then you have to visit a doctor. Moreover, you can also try the pregnancy miracle to help you overcome your infertility using traditional Chinese treatments for infertility.


The first step which is usually taken for diagnosing female infertility is to determine whether ovulation occurs at predictable intervals. When the egg is released, it will cause a shift of sex hormones in the body. The shift of sex hormones can be detected in this way:

– Examination of body temperature in the morning

For this first step, you can use a regular thermometer to measure body temperature in the morning every day. After ovulation, usually, the body temperature will be slightly higher.

– Ovulation prediction test

This is a urine test which is usually done over the counter. It would predict the release of eggs. A positive test means that you are ovulating or soon will be ovulating, whilst a negative test is shown, it means that you are still not fertilised.

– Mucus of the intercourse hole

You can recognise a change in the look and consistency of your mucus of the intercourse hole. These changes signal the shift of hormones that indicate ovulation has occurred.

Your doctor will check the sex organs and pelvis. Sample mucus from the cervix and vagina coitus may be tested to see the possibility of infection.

If necessary, blood tests may be done to:
– Ensure that normal ovulation
– Indicates whether ovarian function properly in releasing the ovum
– Measure the function of the thyroid gland, pituitary and adrenal you.