Diagnosing Male Infertility

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Although the examination for diagnosing male infertility may be lengthy and require lab tests, most physicians can diagnose a patient based on semen analysis, medical history, symptoms and physical exam.

You will be asked for blood, urine and semen samples.

Infertile couples who really want that pregnancy and baby, need to complete all testing for both male and female.

One of the first tests to be ordered when diagnosing infertility in men is a semen analysis. The lab will be looking for problems with motility and other abnormalities while viewing the sperm under a microscope.

If there is a problem, you will likely be referred to a urologist for further examination and a more in-depth physical examination and medical history. It is important to answer all questionnaire questions thoroughly and truthfully.

Only after a thorough examination is treatment discussed.

At that time you can also discuss causes. Need more information on diagnosing male infertility? Click here. Dr. Christine Strong, NMD

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