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 Testing Egg Health

Ovarian Reserve - Why screen?

Testing egg quality and quantity are known as the ovarian reserve. Fertility declines with a women's age, therefore the number of eggs and quality affects your chances of achieving a pregnancy. Although age is an important factor when testing ovarian reserve, other outside sources like chemotherapy, radiation, smoking, and certain health conditions can also affect the quality of egg health.

For more ovarian reserve and testing egg health information please view the presentation below and read our Fertility Clinic Blog post about Egg Health Testing and Diminished Ovarian Reserve (DOR).

Slide Show - Testing Egg Health

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