First of all the affected couple should seek and take into account your medical history. The first step after the medical history is often the exploration of the reproductive tract of women. Using ultrasound will discard any gynecological problems that could interfere with pregnancy or fertilization. You must also take samples for possible infections.
To rule out possible hormonal diseases will conduct a study of women’s hormone levels. The serology of both partners must confirm that there is no risk of hepatitis B, hepatitis C, HIV, rubella, toxoplasmosis and syphilis.
At this point, and as appropriate, may also be needed hysterosalpingography (radiological study of the female reproductive system), to see if the tubes are permeable or not.