I am in the US and planning on cycling on argentina in Aug, and need screening to send to clinic:
HIV (AIDS), Hepatitis B y C, y Syphilis
o Rubella serology
o PAP, breast examination, transvaginal ultrasonography and
o Cervical culture
o Blood type and Rh factor
o If the patient is more than 40 years old: hemogram, hepatogram,
lipidogram, glycemia, EKG (electrocardiogram), and
my question is who do I go to for a "one stop shop"- my old RE or OBGYN?
That's a good bit more extensive than what my U.S. clinic required for women over 45, never mind 40. They didn't require an EKG till 50. If they seriously want a hysterosalpingography, then I guess you'd want to go to your RE, BUT your RE is not very likely to be cooperative with helping you on a foreign cycle. Most of it, your GP would ordinarily perform or order; my GP ordered or performed most of the testing for my overseas cycle.
But I don't know whether anyone but an RE would really be equipped to do the hysterosalpingography. Maybe other ladies here will have an idea. I'm really surprised they want this -- yes, I know that tubes can be implicated in DE failure, but I've never heard of any clinic wanting this as a prerequisite for a DE cycle.
Maggie (in VA)