Diagnostic Tests

Male infertility can be caused by low sperm production or low sperm count caused by abnormal sperm

Ultrasonography is now a commonly employed method for diagnosing infertility in men and

A testicular biopsy is a tissue sample taken from the testicle to diagnose the causes of male infertility

Male infertility can be caused by low sperm production, abnormal sperm function or blockages that

Genetic Testing

An anti-sperm antibody test ascertains the presence of proteins that fight against the individual’s

DNA is the hereditary material in humans, and other organisms. The information in DNA is stored as a

Sperm mapping is also known as the know-before-you-go procedure. Instead of opening up the testis

Sperm vitality is the number of live sperm in the semen sample. And this parameter is even more vital

Semen analysis is the most common test of a man’s fertility as it measures several features of the sperm

For a normal result, more than 50 percent of sperm must move normally an hour after ejaculation.

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