Male Sperm Count Test
Male Sperm Count Test

A semen analysis is always done and often blood will be drawn to access hormone levels such as FSH, LH and testosterone. Depending on the results of these tests, the healthcare provider may require more tests such as a sperm function test, testicular biopsy or vasography. This section of DITC – DNA identity Testing Center gives you detailed explanations of these male-specific tests. Most healthcare providers take the time to explain these procedures to their patients. However, it is always helpful to learn as much as you can on your own so you can be better prepared when you meet with your healthcare provider.

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Semen Analysis
Semen Analysis
A semen analysis is used to determine whether a man might be infertile—unable to get a woman pregnant. The semen analysis has many parts and test a lot of aspects of the semen and sperm. A semen analysis to determine fertility should be performed on a minimum of two samples at least seven days apart over a period of two to three months because some conditions can affect sperm levels.
Sperm Analysis
The sperm analysis also can be used to count sperm after a man has a vasectomy. If there are still a lot of sperm present in the semen, the man and his partner will have to take precautions so that his partner will not become pregnant. He will have to return for one or more sperm counts until the sperm are cleared from his sample(s).
Sperm Count
The semen analysis also can be used to count sperm after a man has a vasectomy. If there are still a lot of sperm present in the semen, the man and his partner will have to take precautions so that his partner will not become pregnant. He will have to return for one or more sperm counts until the sperm are cleared from his sample(s).
Low Sperm Count
Low Sperm Count
Low sperm count, the leading cause of male infertility, can be temporary or permanent. Temporary reduction in sperm production is related to various causes like heavy duty cycling, exposure to extreme heat, ill fitting briefs, insomnia, performance pressure and emotional stress. All of these are causes of low sperm count in men.
Improve Low Sperm Count
Patients who suffer from this temporary low count can try out some helpful lifestyle changes to boost their sperm count. About six percent of males between the ages of fifteen and fifty struggle with infertility. Male infertility can be caused by a variety of problems.Get regular exercise,Perform relaxation exercises, Maintain a healthy weight and many more.
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