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Many otherwise completely healthy men produce poor quality spermor may have other issues such as low male sex hormones. At Queensland Fertility Group, our expert fertility specialists and andrologists can help to diagnose male fertility issues and improve the chances of a healthy pregnancy. The most important test for male fertility is a semen analysis, which is performed at our in-house andrology laboratory.
Semen analysis is the first and most important male fertility test. It accurately measures the of sperm, their motility ability to movetheir morphology size and shapeand the volume and consistency of the ejaculated sample.
Queensland Fertility Group can also support you with any diagnosis, treatment or surgery required to improve fertility, or to help you and you partner conceive. Getting a semen analysis can seem daunting for a lot of men, however in reality it's a very simple process:. You Fertility Specialist or GP can provide a request form for a semen analysis, then you will just need to call your local QFG clinic to book an appointment.
You will be required to produce a semen sample by masturbation, after at least three days abstinence from sexual activity. You should collect the entire ejaculated amount in a clean, dry container provided by your Fertility Specialist or GP. You can produce this sample in a private room at one of our clinics, or at home. If producing a sample at home, you or your partner will need to bring it in to the clinic within one hour.
Our Andrology scientists will analyse and measure the of sperm present in the semen, their ability to move, their size and shape, and the volume and consistency of the ejaculated sample. A normal sperm count is at least 15 million sperm per ml, with at least half showing good forward motility. If our scientists find abnormalities, they will generally perform more tests to identify the nature and degree of any problems.
Your Specialist or GP will explain the of your semen analysis to you.
Sperm have a lifecycle of 72 days, so even if your indicate that there may be problems with your sperm, you may be able to improve this with simple diet and lifestyle changes. It detects raised levels of sperm DNA fragmentation damaged DNA in sperm which have the potential to reduce the likelihood of embryos implanting or pregnancies continuing. There are effective treatment strategies to minimise the effect of sperm DNA damage, such as using ICSI to isolate a single good sperm for fertilisation.
Once the semen analysis is complete our experts may recommend further test or treatments based on your .
A vasectomy reversal is possible, but it does not guarantee that your sperm will be of sufficient quality to achieve unassisted fertilisation and often the above techniques are preferentially recommended. For more information about male fertility issues and the treatments available, visit our Patient Information Booklets.
To find out more about getting a semen analysis, or to book an appointment, call us on or complete the form below. Understand the causes of abnormal sperm production Meet our fertility specialists about fertility treatments Getting a semen Private sex ladies Brisbane can seem daunting for a lot of men, however in reality it's a very simple process: Get a test request form and book an appointment You Fertility Specialist or GP can provide a request form for a semen analysis, then you will just need to call your local QFG clinic to book an appointment.
Produce a semen sample You will be required to produce a semen sample by masturbation, after at least three days abstinence from sexual activity. Semen is analysed in a laboratory Our Andrology scientists will analyse and measure the of sperm present in the semen, their ability to move, their size and shape, and the volume and consistency of the ejaculated sample. Your are explained Your Specialist or GP will explain the of your semen analysis to you. There can be a of issues that we may find with sperm including: Azoospermia- an absence of any sperm in the semen Oligospermia- low s of sperm in the semen Sperm antibodies.
It is usually recommended for couples where male fertility is a problem, especially relating to the or quality of sperm produced. ICSI can also be used in cases where a man has had a vasectomy and sperm are removed surgically from the testes. A Testicular Sperm Aspiration TESA is a procedure where sperm is retrieved by a fine needle, which is passed through the skin of the scrotum, into the testes. The procedure may be done under a local or a general anaesthetic, depending on the anticipated difficulty in finding areas of reasonable sperm production. The epididymis may then be surgically opened and its fluid aspirated to see if it contains live sperm, or a piece of testicular tissue may be surgically excised and passed to a scientist who dissects the tubules to look for live sperm.
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