Pre-Conception & Fertility Profile
The Riordan Clinic Pre-Conception and Fertility Lab Profile provides valuable information to individuals and couples trying to conceive. Research supports a relationship between proper nutrient levels and successful fertility for both males and females. Whether you are struggling to conceive or seeking to ensure the healthiest pregnancy possible, the Pre-conception and Fertility Lab Profile can help.
- Vitamin A is an antioxidant that can help protect sperm from free-radical damage, decreasing the risk of infertility or miscarriage. This important vitamin has also been shown to improve sperm quality and motility.
- Vitamin B-12 deficiency has been linked to low sperm count, and difficulty with ovulation and implantation.
- Vitamin C improves the likelihood of conception by increasing both progesterone production and iron absorption. Research also indicates that a person’s Vitamin C level can impact sperm health and motility.
- Vitamin B6 improves the likelihood of the ovaries releasing an egg at ovulation.
- Vitamin E helps support a woman’s cervical mucus, a factor that improves the length of time sperm can live, and ultimately allowing more opportunity for fertilization of the egg to occur.
- Zinc regulates normal hormonal function and ovulation in women. Zinc can also impact sperm quality and quantity in men.
Increase the likelihood of a successful conception with a proactive approach to fertility. Assess crucial nutrients and obtain easy-to-understand results to guide your next steps with our comprehensive Pre-conception and Fertility Lab Profile.
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- Copper (Serum, RBC)
- Essential Amino Acids
- Folic Acid (Folate)
- Free T3
- Magnesium (Serum, RBC)
- Manganese (Serum, RBC)
- Selenium (RBC)
- Vitamin A
- Vitamin B12 (Cobalamin)
- Vitamin B6
- Vitamin C (Plasma, Urine)
- Vitamin E
- Zinc (Serum, RBC)
Profile specific instructions for lab draw:
- This profile requires a 10 to 12-hour fast.
- Hold thyroid medication prior to lab draw.
- A urine specimen will also be requested at the time of the blood draw.
- Drink plenty of water the day before and leading up to the lab draw.
- Additional instructions may be provided upon ordering/scheduling.
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* All information subject to change. Please check with Bio-Center Laboratory with any questions.