Male Fertility Tests + Treatment
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We offer a variety of diagnostic tests to confirm the parameters of treatment and determine the best course of action.
Our patient-centric, modern fertility care, support and education – empowers you to take control of your fertility health as your one-stop fertility companion.
Private Semen Analysis
A common cause for male infertility is low or abnormal sperm production, so a semen analysis is one of the primary tests we provide. Through a sperm sample, we are able to analyse a number of parameters including sperm concentration, motility, morphology (the size and shape of sperm), volume, chemical make-up (pH levels) liquefication time (how long it takes to become liquid), viscosity, appearance and presence of abnormal cells.
Male Hormone Profile Test
A number of things can potentially cause fertility problems in men, including hormonal issues. For diagnosing male infertility, one of the first steps is semen analysis and if a low sperm count is detected, further tests and investigations may be required to help determine why this is the case. Men with a very low sperm count may have hormonal problems, which can be detected via a male hormone profile test. These can measure a range of male hormones which may affect fertility, such as FSH, LH, Testosterone and Prolactin.
A male hormone profile test is a straightforward procedure that involves a simple blood test. The results may point to the underlying cause and guide our advice for treatment.
Virology screening tests before fertility treatment are a standard step, which all patients will need to undergo before we can embark on any treatment. This enables us to check for viral infections – namely Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C and HIV – which in some cases, people may not be aware that they have. A positive result does not automatically mean you cannot undergo fertility treatment, but it’s important that these infections are identified before commencing treatment so that any appropriate additional steps can be taken. Having virology screening tests before fertility treatment generally involves a simple blood test, and results are usually available quite quickly. If you have any concerns or queries about the tests or results, your consultant will be happy to discuss these with you.
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