Male Fertility Test in Coimbatore
Evaluation of Sperm and Sperm function is given high priority in Infertility treatment. Semen test is also known as Semen Analysis or Seminogram, which analyzes the health and viability of a Man's sperm. Semen is the fluid containing sperm (plus other sugar and protein substances) that is released during Ejaculation. A Semen Analysis measures three major factors:
• Sperm quantity (the number of sperms)
• Sperm Morphology (the shape of the sperm)
• Sperm Motility (the movement of the sperm)
Two to three separate Semen Analysis is conducted from seven days to over the period of three months. The average of the three results will be the most conclusive result. Sperm Counts can vary on a daily basis. We at Sakthi Fertility provide Semen Count Analysis test in Coimbatore, Tamilnadu.
Seminogram in India is available at most of the fertility centers and some laboratories outside the hospital. It is required for
Test for Male Infertility
If a Women having problems in getting Pregnant, Semen Analysis is done to find Male Infertility. The analysis will also help in determining whether low Sperm Count or Sperm Dysfunction is the reason behind Infertility.
Test for Vasectomy Success
Semen Analysis is done consecutively for three months to check for the presence of sperms in the Semen after Vasectomy.
Doctor will explain about how to get prepared for Semen Analysis. It's very important to follow these instructions for accurate results
• Absence of Ejaculation for 24 to 72 hours before the Semen Analysis test
• Avoid Alcohol, Caffeine, and drugs such as Cocaine and Marijuana, two to five days before the test
• Avoid any Hormonal medications as instructed by your doctor
• Stop taking any Herbal medications, such as St. John's wort and Echinacea, as instructed by your doctor
The Semen must be collected in a wide mouthed sterile container generally through Self stimulation (Masturbation). The Semen collection can be done in a private room within the clinic.
Two main factors are important for having a good testing Semen sample. First, the Semen must be kept at body temperature. The results will be inaccurate if it gets too warm or too cold. Secondly, the Semen must be delivered to the testing facility within 30 to 60 minutes of leaving the body.
Interpreting Semen Analysis
|Thread < 2 cm
|Homogenous, gray opalescent
|Sperm number ( million/ejaculate)
|Sperm concentration (million/ml)
|Morphology (% normal)
|Total motility PR+ NP (%)
|Progressive motility PR (%)
|Vitality (% Live spermatozoa)
Not always, there may be other factors affecting the Semen Testing too
• If the Semen is not properly collected or the container is dirty
• Delay in delivering the sample for laboratory testing
• Abstinence of less than 3 days before the Semen collection
• Recent illness that suppress the Sperm count temporarily
Glossary related to Semen Quality
|Motility of sperms <40%
|No sperms in the Semen
|Sperms found only in centrifuged pellet
|Red blood cells present in the Semen
|Leukocytes in the Semen
|Dead sperms in the Semen
|Sperms within normal limits
|Sperm count less than 20 million / ml
|>40% of Morphologically abnormal
We have our inbuilt Sperm Count test lab in Udumalpet, Coimbatore to carry out all Infertility related tests, including Semen Testing. Our expert lab technicians, along with the latest apparatus ensures error-free and timely report generation.
Semen Testing is one of the initial investigation that is essential to probe into the Male fertility related issues; hence it is very important to do a perfect Semen Analysis. We at Sakthi Fertility value your time and money, so we do not leave our works to other where you have to visit external pathological units to undergo test and bear the added expense. Our fertility specialists will guide you accordingly after you get the report.
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