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.
Though not directly related to your fertility, infectious disease labs allow us to guide you on a safe and healthy journey to parenthood.
You will also be offered Genetic Screening. This information allows you to find out the chances of having a child with a genetic disorder.
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