Yes because knowledge is power. Everyone's fertility healthy and journey will be different, but without an accurate and up to date view on your fertility healthy, it's difficult to make an educated plan. For women, the fertility test, also known as fertility MOT, includes a pelvic ultrasound scan and blood test. The pelvic ultrasound will check for any polyps, fibroids, cysts or other problems likely to affect fertility. The blood test will measure a hormone known as Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH), which will give an idea about your ovarian reserve. For men, the fertility MOT includes an analysis of the sperm which examines the density (sperm count), morphology (shape) and mobility of sperm. A normal sperm count would be measured at around 15 million sperm per millilitre of semen.
Together with your fertility specialist, with the results of vital tests, you can make an informed decision about the future - whatever those may be.