Diagnosis of male infertility
The diagnosis of male infertility starts with an investigation into medical and reproductive history, use of any medication, past surgical history, as well as physical examinations of the scrotum, testes, epididymis, seminal tubules, and other organs.
- Semen Analysis
It is the most important part when evaluating the fertility of male infertility patients. If possible, after undergoing an abstinence period of 3-4 days or more, a comprehensive evaluation is performed in consideration of physical examination and lifestyle, and in some cases, two or more re-examinations may be required.
- Hormone Test
Test for endocrine abnormalities in male infertility
Testing for genetic causes of male infertility
- Radiologic Examination
Includes transrectal ultrasonography, vasectomy, etc.