Infertility refers to the inability to achieve clinical pregnancy even after a year of regular, unprotected sex. Male infertility accounts for nearly 30 per cent of the cases and may be a result of problems related to the quality and number of sperms as well as their shape and mobility. Infertility can affect men of any age group, however, the risks increase with age. Some other risk factors that are usually associated with male infertility include excessive smoking, high alcohol intake, obesity and exposure to toxins.
Zeeva offers a broad spectrum of Male Infertility Testing techniques to diagnose, assess and evaluate the problem as well as to find out a treatment plan that would help such males to start a family of their own. We have a team of some of the best infertility treatment doctors in Noida, who adhere to very stringent benchmarks when it comes to patient privacy, and keep your satisfaction at the forefront to give you an experience that is at par with excellence.
Harmful antibodies that target and destroy the sperm.
The test starts with an interactive session where you discuss your problem with the doctor. The latter may ask questions related to your general and sexual health which include:
Since the reproductive mechanisms of both partners are completely different, there are distinct sets of Fertility tests for males and females. The question and answer session is followed by proper physical evaluation, BMI calculation and appropriate tests, which include:
Semen analysis- A sample of semen collected from the male partner is thoroughly examined so as to detect any abnormality in the structure and motility of the sperms. Semen analysis also helps to diagnose infections that can affect the production of sperms. The semen analysis, with evaluation for ruling out any sexual dysfunction, usually suffices in the assessment of the Fertility of the male partner, and is recommended by all the leading infertility treatment doctors in Noida, Below mentioned tests are required in case some abnormality is detected in the basic evaluation:
Scrotal ultrasound can help to assess the following: