Semen Analysis in Marathahalli

Semen Analysis Test in Marathahalli, Bangalore

At Neo Fertility Clinic, a renowned fertility centre in Marathahalli, Bangalore, we recommend a few tests to evaluate their fertility when couples complain of conception issues. A Semen Analysis Test is one of those tests we recommend for fertility evaluation. Through it, we confirm whether male factor infertility causes conception issues or not. Due to higher accuracy, fast test result, and medical ethics, Neo Fertility Clinic is the best place for Semen Analysis Test in Marathahalli, Bangalore.

Semen Analysis – What Is It?

Also acknowledged as a seminogram, spermiogram, and sperm count test, semen analysis is a type of reproductive health test to detect infertility in males. Semen is a type of fluid that comes out from a male’s penis during sexual intercourse or masturbation. It contains water, sperm, and sugar & protein substances. Reproductive health experts advise a Semen Analysis Test to know:

  • The number of sperm
  • The shape of sperm
  • The motility/movement of sperm

Sperm count, shape, and motility vary from one male to another. So, such a test report is done to find whether sperm count, shape, and motility is within normal ranges or not.

Why Do We Recommend A Semen Analysis Test?

Usually, we recommend a Semen Analysis Test in Marathahalli, Bangalore when a couple complains of conception difficulties. We advise it for detecting male infertility and vasectomy success.

Normal Ranges of Semen Analysis Test Report

Every male is different. And so, a male differs from others in terms of sperm count, motility, and shape. However, the World Health Organisation (WHO) has explained what normal ranges should be displayed on a Semen Analysis Test report card. A male’s semen analysis report card should be like the one mentioned below:

Total sperm count in ejaculate 39 to 928 million
Semen volume 1.5 to 7.6 mL
Sperm concentration/count 15 to 259 per mL
Total sperm motility (progressive and non-progressive) 40 to 81%
Progressive sperm motility 32 to 75%
Sperm morphology 4 to 48%

Usually, a sperm count from 15 to more than 200 million per millilitre of semen is a normal sperm count. Anything lower than 15 million sperm a millilitre of sperm is low sperm count (oligospermia) and zero/no sperm is azoospermia. With oligospermia or azoospermia, a male faces difficulties in making her female partner pregnant.

At Neo Fertility Clinic, we advise for the Donor Sperm Program in the case of azoospermia and IVF, ICSI, and IUI in the case of oligospermia (low sperm count. After semen analysis test report, we provide all the possible support to couples to facilitate them in their parenthood journey.