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Diagnostic Services - Postcoital Test
The postcoital test (PCT) is a test in the evaluation of infertility.

A postcoital test checks a woman's cervical mucus after intercourse to see whether sperm are present and moving normally. This test may be used if a woman is not able to become pregnant (infertility) and other tests have not found a cause.

This test is typically performed 1 to 2 days prior to ovulation when the cervical mucus is thin and stretchy so that sperm can easily move through it and into the uterus. Within 2 to 8 hours after you have sexual intercourse, your doctor collects and looks at a cervical mucus sample. The test is a good positive test, which means it rules out sperm delivery problems if healthy, sufficient, moving sperm are found. However, the validity of a negative test is questionable.
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