Male factor infertility is diagnosed in 40-50% percent of couples. For a man to be fertile, his sperm cells must be healthy and be transported to their destination – the egg. Most cases of male infertility are due to sperm abnormalities, yet any of the following can play a role:
- Low sperm count
- Abnormally shaped sperm cells
- Sperm that are immobile or have impaired movement
- Impaired delivery of sperm
A semen analysis is a simple lab test that determines the health of a patient’s semen.
Semen health is determined by:
- the quantity (number)
- motility (movement)
- morphology (shape)
Semen analysis testing is done on site in our andrology laboratory and results are available within 48 hours. Other diagnostic measures may include a physical examination, blood tests, hormone evaluation, and genetic testing.
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