Male Fertility Testing
Male Testing

Infertility caused by a problem in the male, for example, inability of ejaculate or insufficient number of sperm.

Infertility is not just a disease that affects women—men suffer as well. In fact, new studies show that in approximately 40 percent of infertility couples the male partner is either the sole cause or a contributing cause of infertility.

While most of fertility diagnostic tests are performed on female patients, there are a few studies that are needed to determine if there is male factor infertility. There are multiple factors to male fertility. We start with a simple semen analysis (SA). If the results are abnormal, additional testing, such as genetic and hormonal lab work and repeat semen analysis, may be ordered to identify the problem.