A complete sperm analysis measures the quantity and quality of the fluid released during ejaculation. It evaluates both the liquid portion, called semen or seminal fluid, and the microscopic, moving cells called sperm.
The DNA sperm fragmentation investigation is a separate test to the semen analysis and can help us to identify if there is DNA damage present within the sperm which may be a contributing cause to infertility.
Yes. Without thorough testing and assessment, we have no way of determining the correct treatment path for you. Once we have a clear picture of your medical and fertility health, we will be able to assist you with a treatment plan that will give you the best chance at a successful outcome.
Knowledge is power. Finding out the reason for infertility can oftentimes allow for a simple solution. No matter what we find out through the fertility tests, our team will do their best to assist you in your dream of becoming a parent.