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Semen analysis is a critical test performed to evaluate male fertility. It is usually one of the first tests recommended when a couple has difficulty conceiving. The test assesses various parameters of the semen and sperm, such as their concentration, morphology (shape), and motility (movement). This information helps to determine a man's fertility status or verify the success of a vasectomy.

A semen analysis also aids in diagnosing diseases in the male reproductive system. It not only provides information on the physical characteristics of the semen but also details the health and viability of the sperm. It's a relatively non-invasive and straightforward procedure, but it can provide vital insights into male reproductive health.

Test Name Semen Analysis
Sample Type Semen
Preparations Required Abstain from sexual activity, including ejaculation and masturbation, for at least 48-72 hours before the test. Avoid alcohol, caffeine, and drugs as these can affect the results.
Report Time 6 Hours
Price ₹ 475

Why is a Semen Analysis done?

A semen analysis is primarily done to evaluate male fertility. It's also used to confirm the success of a vasectomy or reverse vasectomy, or to help diagnose disorders in the male reproductive system.

Do I need to fast before this test?

Fasting is not required for a semen analysis.

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What does the test measure?

The test evaluates several characteristics of the semen and sperm, including volume, count, concentration, motility, vitality, and morphology, among others.

How often should I have this test?

Frequency depends on your reasons for testing. If evaluating fertility, your doctor may suggest one or more tests over a period of time. For checking the success of a vasectomy, tests are typically done a few months after the procedure.

What are the normal values for this test?

Normal values can vary, but typically include: semen volume: 1.5 ml or more; sperm concentration: 15 million sperm per milliliter or more; total sperm count: 39 million sperm per ejaculate or more; sperm vitality: 58% live sperm or more.

What precautions should I take before and after the test?

Before the test, you should abstain from ejaculation for 48-72 hours. After the test, you can return to your normal activities.

What are the modifiable factors affecting semen quality?

Modifiable factors include lifestyle habits like smoking, alcohol, and drug use, obesity, stress, and exposure to certain environmental toxins.

What are the non-modifiable factors affecting semen quality?

Age is a significant non-modifiable factor. As men age, semen quality tends to decrease.

Who should I consult if my test values are abnormal?

If your semen analysis results are abnormal, consult your doctor, usually a urologist or a fertility specialist, who will interpret your results and guide further investigations or treatments.

Does this test involve any risks?

The test is non-invasive and does not involve significant risks.

Can semen quality vary from sample to sample?

Yes, semen quality can vary significantly from one sample to another, which is why multiple samples may be required over time.

Can I do anything to improve my semen quality?

Yes, healthy lifestyle changes can often improve semen quality. This includes a balanced diet, regular exercise, avoiding alcohol, tobacco and recreational drugs, and minimizing stress.

Can certain medical conditions affect semen quality?

Yes, conditions like varicoceles, infections, hormonal imbalances, and genetic disorders can affect semen quality.

Can medications affect semen quality?

Yes, certain medications, including some antibiotics, anti-inflammatories, antipsychotics, and anti-androgens, can affect semen quality.

What does it mean if my sperm count is low?

A low sperm count, also known as oligospermia, can reduce your chances of conceiving a child with your partner. It may require further investigations and fertility treatments.

Understanding your fertility status is a crucial step in planning for a family. The Semen Analysis test is a simple yet informative way to gain insights into male reproductive health. If results are abnormal, consulting with your doctor is essential to discuss potential treatments or interventions. Staying informed and proactive can make all the difference.

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