No single test can estimate a couple’s reproductive capacity. Their fertility depends on many factors, which must be evaluated by a qualified Gynaecologist.
The woman’s age is a key predictor of fertility.
As her age increases, the probability of pregnancy decreases, especially after the age of 35 years.
After 40, chances of pregnancy are severely reduced and, by 45, they are minimal.
Similarly, the age of the male partner affects the couple’s fertility, especially after the age of 40.
Diagnostic tests are used to identify possible causes of infertility and should always be evaluated within a broader clinical evaluation of the couple.