A standardized restorative reproductive medicine investigation usually results in the diagnosis of one or more abnormalities of reproductive function that are associated with infertility.
Abnormalities commonly identified include
. decreased production of estrogenic cervical mucus,
. intermenstrual bleeding or spotting,
. short or variable luteal phases,
. and suboptimal levels of the ovarian hormones estrogen and progesterone

Cervico, vaginal or pelvic abnormality

Diverse diseases

Fallopian tube or peritoneal disorders

Female Infertility

Functionnal Abnormality (PMS, PCOS, etc.)

Hypothalamic abnormality

Male infertility

Menstrual cycle abnormalities

Ovarian disorders

Personal or conjugal life, or psychologic problems

Uterine abnormality