Reading the results of male fertility testing can be akin to reading
Latin with phrases like sperm motility, sperm morphology and sperm
agglutination. What is agglutination and will it prevent you
from conceiving a child?
A semen analysis is one of the most basic ways to evaluate
infertility in men. It gives the doctor information about your sperm
count and quality, and how well the sperm cells are able to move.
I recently read a case study from a doctor at Mount Sinai that left me
wondering just how many couples undergo expensive fertility testing when
the answer to fertility problems is FREE.
According to one man, he was asked about his shaving habits on a fertility questionnaire, but he couldn’t figure out why how often he shaved was important to his fertility and medical history.
If you are considering going to a fertility specialist, you may want to
do a little history searching before you make that appointment. You will
be required to fill out a medical history form at the doctor’s office
or partake in a medical interview with the doctor.
Alarmingly, the average sperm count for adult males has decreased by 50
percent since 1938 and is currently declining at a rate of 2 percent
each year, according to a study in the British Medical Journal.
Male infertility can be caused by a variety of problems. Find out tips on improviing sperm count and his fertility.
Finding out if you are fertile is important so if there is a problem it can be addressed as soon as possible. Here is a quick 12-Step program to assess your fertility.
A sperm analysis or sperm count is necessary to evaluate the man's male fertility. Finding out about his fertility is the second most important information to know when trying to get pregnant.
When should we consider having a spermanalysis and how do we have it done?
The first test in the evaluation of the infertile male is the semen analysis which is also known as sperm count.