IVF Viral Screen Test

IVF Viral Screen Test


Before beginning fertility therapy, a simple blood test is performed to screen for viruses such as HIV, hepatitis B and C, as well as syphilis.

A simple home blood test that check for viruses including syphilis, HIV, hepatitis B and hepatitis C before starting fertility treatment.


Is IVF fertility test for you?

Are you about to begin IVF fertility therapy and need to demonstrate that you are clear of infectious diseases? Has your fertility clinic requested that you and your spouse undergo a virus screening before beginning treatment? Or are you already pregnant and want to be sure you're free of infectious infections that might damage your unborn child? If so, this HIV, hepatitis B, hepatitis C, and syphilis screening is for you.

Why IVF fertility test?

Virology screening tests before to fertility therapy are a common procedure that all patients must go through before we can begin any treatment. This allows us to screen for viral illnesses, such as Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C, and HIV, which some individuals are unaware they have. A positive test does not immediately rule out fertility therapy, but it is critical that certain infections be discovered before beginning treatment so that any necessary further precautions may be performed. Having virology screening tests before fertility therapy usually entails a simple blood test, with findings available promptly. If you have any questions or concerns regarding the tests or results, your consultant would gladly address them with you.

Before beginning IVF therapy, you and your spouse will be tested for specific viral and bacterial illnesses. This is done to reduce the possibility of unknowingly passing on a disease to your kid, as well as to safeguard the medical team who will be dealing with you. This IVF viral screen searches for indications of present or previous HIV, hepatitis B, hepatitis C, and syphilis infection.

Are you pregnant already and want to ensure that you are clear of infectious diseases that could potentially harm your child?

Are you starting IVF fertility treatment and need to be able to show that you are free of infectious diseases?

CAUTION: This is VENOUS only test. You will need a medical professional to take your blood sample.