Diagnostic Tests for Male Infertility
If couples are unable to conceive naturally after trying for over a year, they should consult a fertility specialist. Male infertility accounts for upto 1/3rd of the couples who are diagnosed with infertility and are unable to have children.
The diagnosis is always given after checking the patients medical history and physical examination.
How is Azoospermia Diagnosed?
Azoospermia is a condition that affects around 1% of the male population and it is one of the main causes of male infertility. This condition is defined by no sperms…Know More
How is Asthenozoospermia diagnosed?
Asthenozoospermia is the condition where a man's sperm partially or completely lacks motility. Sperm motility is the ability of the sperm to move or swim once ejaculation happens. This movement…Know More
How is Oligospermia Diagnosed?
Oligospermia is a condition that leads to male infertility. It is characterised by a low sperm count, while other aspects of sexual health usually remain normal and typical. The ability…Know More
How is Teratospermia Diagnosed?
When a couple has been unable to conceive for over a year, visiting a fertility centre becomes essential. At the centre, the fertility parameters of both man and woman will…Know More
How is Hypospadias Diagnosed?
In hypospadias, the tube through which urine travels from the bladder to outside the body does not develop normally. In boys born with this condition, the urethral opening or meatus…Know More