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What is Ela Fertility Treatment Diagnostic Calculator ?

Ela Fertility Treatment Diagnostic Calculator is an algorithm and medical information-driven proprietary engine which provides fertility treatment recommendation to the couple, to treat their infertility issues with the help of assisted reproductive technology solutions. It takes into consideration Ovarian, Fallopian, Hormonal and Semen profiles to reach a conclusion for your treatment.

  • Real Medical information utilized to calculate and guide the Patient
  • Algorithm based suggestion with over 42 Male and Female fertility factors
  • Transparent and unbiased recommendation
  • Easy to Use. Only required are the test report data to get a comprehensive analysis
  • Easy to Understand with No prior medical knowledge required.

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Do I need to keep any medical test reports with me for using the calculator? If yes, then what are they?

Yes, you will need to have fertility reports handy with you. Calculator can work with any amount of data you provide, however it gets more and more accurate with more and more data. We suggest that you get the following tests done to use the calculator with best accuracy.

  • AMH (Anti-Mullerian Hormone) test reports
  • Pelvic Ultrasound reports
  • HSG (Hysterosalpingogram test) report
  • Semen Analysis report {For male Infertility}

How does Ela Fertility Treatment Calculator work?

  • Fill in the details including the medical information regarding ovarian profile, fallopian tube profile, uterus profile and the details of male’s sperm motility and count.
  • Feel free to add as much data as possible to get more and more accurate Recommendation
  • See the detailed analysis of your reports within seconds
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Fertility Tests for Females:

  • AMH: AMH test is one of the important and primary tests which need to be done prior to reaching a decision regarding the right fertility treatment. AMH stands for Anti Mullerian Hormone test. A good level of AMH indicates that the woman has a good ovarian reserve. If the woman has AMH levels <0.75 ng/ml then IVF + Donor egg is indicated. This is because if AMH level is low, then the ovarian reserve is also low and it requires an egg donor for the successful fertilization and formation of a healthy embryo. Usually an AMH between 1.5 ng/ml and 4 ng/ml indicates for an IVF treatment.
  • HSG: HSG test stands for Hysterosalpingogram test. It is a basic test utilized in the examination of Fallopian tubes patency and the shape of the uterine cavity. Here, a contrast dye is injected through a tube inside the uterus cavity and fallopian tubes. Then, x-rays are taken. This helps in determining any kind of presence of fibroids or cysts in the uterus or fallopian tubes. It also helps in determining whether any of the tubes are blocked or open.
  • Thyroid: Thyroid gland increases by 10% during pregnancy and the levels of T3 and T4 hormones increases up to 50%. Therefore, TSH levels should be low in the case of a successful pregnancy. If thyroid levels of a woman are <5 mIU/L then no treatment is needed. If thyroid levels are greater than 5 mIU/L, then IVF or surrogacy is suggested.
  • Ultrasound: In the ultrasound imaging test, the doctor uses a transducer to ensure that the reproductive organs of a woman are clearly seen. To detect PCOS, number of ovaries, no. of fallopian tubes, cysts in fallopian tubes and the follicles size, pelvic ultrasound is done.

Fertility Tests for Males:

Semen Analysis Test: Semen Analysis is one of the most important tests which is performed for the successful analysis of several parameters of sperms which include:

  • Sperm Count or Sperm Concentration
  • Sperm motility (Movement of sperms)
  • Sperm Morphology (Shape and size of sperm)
  • pH of sperms

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Female Infertility Issues:

Females can have difficulty in conceiving when they experience abnormalities or fertility issues in their major reproductive organs such as ovaries, fallopian tubes and uterus. But with the help of assisted reproductive technology, it is now possible to conceive a child even with infertility issues. The complete diagnosis is based on the following profiles for a female:

Ovarian Profile

Ovarian Profile tells the fertility score of the ovaries. Following parameters are checked to determine the overall health of the ovaries. If any of the parameters have some disorders, the couple may require treatment to complete their family.

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Number of Ovaries
In general, every female has two ovaries. Now, there can be cases when a woman has single or no ovary. In such cases, the couple requires treatment to conceive a baby.
Number of OvariesDiagnosis TestReasons
2Normal
1Pelvic UltrasoundGenetic or ovarian removal surgery
0 (Both ovaries are absent)Genetic or ovarian removal surgery
Follicle Size (mm)Diagnosis TestReasons
>20mmNormal functioning of ovaries and hormones
<20mmFollicular Study or UltrasoundHormones such as estrogen, FSH and LH are imbalanced. Stress can also result in low follicular size.
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Follicle Size
A woman is born with millions of follicles in her ovaries but only 300-400 number of follicles develop into mature eggs. The follicles start to mature when the woman reaches her puberty. And each month a single mature egg is released from one of the ovaries. Now, the egg quality declines significantly with age. If egg quality is poor, then the ovulation may not happen at all. If ovulation happens with an immature egg, it will not lead to the successful fertilization. Hence, egg quality or follicle size should be good for the successful conception.
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Egg Quantity or Ovarian Reserve
If the ovarian reserve is very low or diminished, it indicates the woman can no longer produce mature eggs. Egg quantity decreases with age. But sometimes, a younger woman can also have lower ovarian reserve due to a number of reasons.
Ovarian ReserveDiagnosis TestReasons
Very High (AMH > 4 ng/ml)PCOS
NormalAMHAll hormones are balanced and the ovaries are functioning properly
Low / Very Low (AMH < 1.5 ng/ml)Chromosomal abnormality, chemotherapy, ovarian cysts, ovarian tumor, endometriosis
Size of PCOSDiagnosis TestReasons
Simple and smallPelvic UltrasoundSimple cysts can be formed due to endometriosis, PCOS or hormonal imbalance
Simple and large
Complex and smallLaparoscopyComplex cysts can be formed due to PCOS or an ovarian tumor. In case of larger and complex cysts, biopsy needs to be performed to rule out cancer
Complex and large
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Polycystic Ovaries (PCO)
PCOS is Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome. It mainly involves three features which include high male hormone levels, multiple cysts in ovaries and missed or irregular periods. The estrogen and progesterone levels are low then the required levels and the androgen levels are much higher. This leads to an imbalance in the female and male hormonal levels in the body of the woman having PCOS.

Fallopian Tubes Profile

Fallopian tube profile helps in determining the overall health and functioning of the fallopian tubes. When Fallopian tubes are blocked, then the transportation of eggs is hindered and this either prevents the occurrence of successful pregnancy or it leads to ectopic pregnancy. In the case of Fallopian tube blockage, the gynaecologist or infertility specialist performs laparoscopic surgery for removing the blockage of the Fallopian tubes successfully.

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No. of fallopian tubes
Both the fallopian tubes should be functional for the natural conception. If any of the tubes has problems then chances of natural conception are reduced significantly.
No. of fallopian tubesDiagnosis TestReasons
2Normal
1UltrasoundEctopic pregnancy, Genetic, removal due to infection or PID
0
No. of blocked fallopian tubesDiagnosis TestReasons
2Tubes can be blocked due to infection, PID, tubal ligation
1HSG
0Normal
2
No of blocked fallopian tubes
Both the tubes should be patent or open so that the egg released from the ovary can meet sperms in case one someone is trying to conceive.
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Cysts in fallopian tubes
Cysts in fallopian tubes can lower the fertility levels in women. Along with causing fertility issues, cysts can also block the tube sometime.
Size of Cysts in TubesDiagnosis TestReasons
Simple and smallUltrasoundEndometriosis, paraovarian cysts, cancer
Simple and large
Complex and smallLaparoscopy
Complex and large

Uterus profile

Uterus is the main reproductive organ in the female where baby stays during pregnancy. Uterus profile helps in determining the overall reproductive health of the uterus.

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Size of the uterus
There are different types of uterus depending upon the shape, position and the size. Abnormal shape and size suggest fertility treatment.
Size of the uterusDiagnosis TestReasons
NormalDesirable
BulkyEndometrial cancer, hormonal imbalance, fibroids, adenomyosis
AntevertedHSGGenetic and normal
RetrovertedGenetic and normal
AxialGenetic and normal
SmallGenetic and normal
Endometrial Lining ThicknessDiagnosis TestReasons
>11mmEndometrial cancer, hormonal imbalance
8 - 11 mmDesirable
6 - 8 mmHSG
4 - 6 mmLow estrogen production, hormonal imbalance, premenopausal stage
0 - 4 mm
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Endometrium Lining
Endometrium lining is an important part of the lining of the uterus which comprises of three main layers. Endometrium lining sheds in the times of menstrual cycle and it is restored in the case of pregnancy. In case of a positive pregnancy and absence of menstrual cycle, endometrium lining attaches and joins with the other layer of uterus known as myometrium. The levels of progesterone increase in case of pregnancy which helps in thickening the endometrium lining thereby providing a solid guard to the growing baby.
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Presence of fibroids
Fibroids are the non-cancerous growths which are present in or around the uterus of a woman. Some of the common symptoms which a woman with fibroids can face include heaving bleeding during menses, long duration menses, pain or feeling pressure in the lower abdomen, pain in the lower back. It can be detected with the help of Ultrasound and pelvic MRI.

In case of the presence of fibroids, fertilization of eggs and sperms is compromised to a certain extent. Also, the implantation of the embryo in the uterus is hindered due to a decrease in the normal size of the uterus.
Fibroid SizeDiagnosis TestReasons
No FibroidsDesirable
Small FibroidsHSG or ultrasoundHormonal imbalance, usage of birth control pills. Unhealthy lifestyle
Large Fibroid
TB in uterusDiagnosis TestReasons
NegativePCR TestDesirable
PositiveTB in uterus
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TB in Uterus
Genital TB or uterine TB is the most common cause of infertility observed in women. Depending upon the severity of TB, the type of fertility treatment can be decided and followed accordingly.
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Absence/ Presence of uterus
Uterus is the must to have an organ to sustain a pregnancy for 9 months. If the uterus is absent genetically or removed due to an infection or cancer then surrogacy is the last option to have one’s own baby.
Presence of UterusDiagnosis TestReasons
YesUltrasound or HSGDesirable
NoHysterectomy, Large fibroids, uterine cancer

Hormonal Profile

The hormonal profile helps in determining whether the vital hormones such as TSH, FSH, LH, and Sugar are balanced or not. Disturbance in their balance can cause disorders in the functionality of reproductive organs. These hormones level can be easily determined with the help of the blood test.

TSH LevelsDiagnosis TestReasons
<0.3 mIU/LThyroid Function testHyperthyroidism
0.3 - 3 mIU/LDesirable
3 - 5 mIU/L
5 - 10 mIU/LHypothyroidism due to hormonal imbalance
>10 mIU/L
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Thyroid tests
Thyroid function test is a blood test which is performed to check the functionality of thyroid gland in the body. It includes measuring certain parameters such as TSH, T3 and T4.
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FSH test
FSH is follicle stimulating hormone which is responsible for the development of follicles inside the ovaries. This hormone is released by the pituitary glands. Very high and lower values of FSH indicates problems in egg development.
FSH ValueDiagnosis TestReasons
Very lowGenetic, Pituitary tumor, thyroid disorder
Normal RangeBlood testDesirable
Very HighIndicates ovarian failure
LH ValueDiagnosis TestReasons
Very lowOvarian failure
Normal RangeBlood testDesirable
Very HighGenetic condition, PCOS, premature menopause
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LH test
LH is Luteinizing hormone which is responsible for the triggering of ovulation.
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Blood sugar test
Blood sugar test is performed to check whether the individual has diabetes or not. If blood sugar levels are not in the range, then it can have effects on achieving a successful pregnancy.
Blood Sugar LevelsDiagnosis TestReasons
Very Low (Hypoglycemia)Too much insulin medicines, Skipping meals
Normal RangeBlood glucose testDesirable
Very High (Hyperglycemia)Diabetes, Hyperthyroid, pancreatic cancer, stress, taking certain medicines
Prolactin ValueDiagnosis TestReasons
NormalBlood TestDesirable
Very High (hyperprolactinemia)Pregnancy, post pregnancy, liver disorders, kidney disorders, pituitary tumor, hypothyroidism
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Prolactin test
Prolactin hormone is responsible for milk production after pregnancy delivery. But sometimes due to certain disorders non pregnant women can have higher levels of prolactin which indicates infertility.
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Age Factor
Age of the female partner has a direct impact on the fertility levels. With increasing age, egg quality and quantity deteriorates a lot and fertility treatments are required to complete one’s family. Chances of miscarriage and stillbirth also increases with increasing age.

Proper diagnosis and timely treatment can help aged couples in completing their family successfully. Know when should you visit a doctor:

- Female age (<30 years) : If a couple tries actively to conceive a child for more than 1 year and still unsuccessful, in such cases infertility evaluation is recommended
- Female age (30 - 40 years) : If trying to conceive for more than 6 months, then consult an Reproductive Endocrinologist for complete infertility evaluation
- Female age (>40 years) : Female fertility levels drops remarkably after 40 years of age. In such cases, it’s better to consult a gynaecologist before trying to conceive.

Male infertility issues

Whenever a couple faces problems in conceiving, it can be due to either male or female infertility. Male fertility levels can be checked by semen analysis test where certain semen parameters are checked to determine the overall quality of semen.

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Semen Profile
Semen profile helps in determining the overall reproductive health of the males. It includes checking various semen parameters before deciding the course of treatment.
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Sperm Count
Sperm count is the number of sperms present in the semen of a man. The sperm count which is considered to be normal is 50 million sperms. If the sperm count is less than 50 million, then it is called as oligospermia. If the sperm count is NIL due to obstructive azoospermia then the different course of treatment is followed.
Sperm countDiagnosis TestReasons
>50 millionNormal
0.3 - 3 mIU/LSemen Analysis TestAlcohol use, low testosterone, stress, overweight, diabetes, hereditary
10 - 30 million
0 - 10 million
Sperm Motility (%)Diagnosis TestReasons
>50 %Normal
30% - 50%Semen Analysis TestSmoking, heat, stress, overweight, medications, genetic, age
10% - 30%
0 - 10%
b
Sperm Motility
Sperm motility is the movement of the sperms. If the movement of the sperms is above 50% then motility is considered to be normal. Rapid progression motility or the number of active motile should form a larger proportion of the motility. Low sperm motility is also known as asthenozoospermia.
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Sperm Morphology
Sperm morphology parameter helps in determining the percentage of normally shaped sperms inside the semen sample.
Sperm Morphology (%)Diagnosis TestReasons
>4%Normal
2% - 4%Semen Analysis TestGenetic, infection, heat, continuous exposure to harmful chemicals
1% - 2%
<1%
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Semen pH
Semen pH is also an important factor in determining the quality of the semen or the health of the male reproductive organs.
pH ValueDiagnosis TestReasons
<7 (Acidic)Blockage in the ejaculatory duct or obstruction in the vas deferens
7 - 8Semen Analysis TestNormal
>8Infection
2
Erectile dysfunction
Erectile dysfunction is a male ejaculatory disorder in which male is not able to keep a penis erection for a long time.
Status of erectile dysfunction (ED)Diagnosis TestReasons
AbsentBlood test/ Urine TestDesirable
PresentDiabetes, Obesity, high cholesterol, Heart diseases, high blood pressure, stress or genetic

FAQS

Q 1. Which are the important reproductive organs in females and males?

The important reproductive organs of females include :

  • Ovaries - Ovaries are reproductive glands which produce eggs for fertilization with sperms. Ovaries also produce estrogen and progesterone hormones. Both the ovaries should have good ovarian reserve and quality of eggs to conceive a child naturally.
  • Fallopian Tubes - Fallopian Tubes are the uterine tubes which carry eggs from the ovaries to the uterus of a woman every month. In case, sperms are present during the time of egg release, fertilization takes place in the fallopian tube. After successful fertilization, the embryo implants itself into the lining of the uterus.
  • Uterus - Its basic function is to shield the embryo and provide the baby to grow peacefully in the mother’s womb for the nine months. Uterus lining should be optimum to support nutritional requirements of the baby during pregnancy duration.

The important reproductive organs of males include

  • Testes - Testes or testicles store sperms in them. They also produce testosterone hormones.
  • Epididymis - It is one of the crucial male reproductive organs present in the form of thin tubes which carries sperms present in the testes to ductus deferens (vas deferens) present in a male’s body. If epididymis is blocked, it can result in azoospermia.
  • Vas Deferens - Vas deferens (ductus deferens) is a muscular tube which carries sperm to ejaculatory duct from Epididymis