A pelvic ultrasound will take place during another appointment based on your menstrual cycle. This will allow us to see the shape of your uterus, calculate its measurements and see if any abnormalities are present. The ultrasound will also give us an overview of the ovaries and antral follicle count, also known as AFC (Antral Follicle Count).
An additional test known as “sonohysterosalpingogram” may also be requested by the doctor. It is an ultrasound where the doctor injects water in the uterus to see the interior of the cavity and observe the permeability of the fallopian tubes. (Most testing is covered by the RAMQ with the exception of ultrasounds and sonohysterography.)
Once all tests are completed, a diagnosis can be considered. If everything is normal, you will begin the next step, treatments. If there are any abnormalities (fibroids, polyp, Ashermann, etc.) we will offer you a treatment plan or a surgery that is right for you.