Tests for the presence of viruses and infectious diseases
Before starting each treatment at our clinic, the patient must perform tests for viruses and infectious diseases.
Anti-HIV is a test recommended for couples planning to get pregnant. Infection of a future mother with HIV poses a risk of transmission to the foetus.
HBs AG, Anti-HBc, Anti-HCV-Ab
Are performed to detect hepatitis B and C.
This test can exclude or confirm the presence of bacteria responsible for syphilis development. In extreme cases, syphilis infection can cause miscarriage, premature birth or even death of the newborn.
Chlamydia trachomatis PCR (cervical smear)
Without the diagnosis and treatment of chlamydiosis, the infection may cause the obstruction of the fallopian tubes, and thus decrease fertility and increase the risk of ectopic pregnancy. Read more >>>
Cytomegalia IgG, IgM, Rubella IgG, IgM, Toxoplasmosis IgG, IgM
These viruses are the cause of early miscarriages and fetal defects.
No special preparations are needed for a blood test. The absence of IgG and IgM antibodies means that there is no cytomegalovirus infection and indicates that the patient has never been in contact with it. The IgG antibodies suggest a former infection and the IgM antibodies are a sign of a current infection.