Male Infertility Diagnosis

Couples who are experiencing difficulty in conceiving often have problems which include abnormal sperm production or function.
The male is said to be infertile if his sperm quality is below the accepted 2010 World Health Organization (WHO) norms; the sperm density should be more than 20 Million/ml, motility should be more than 50%, and normal forms should be more than 14%, amongst a few other parameters.
A series of sperm function tests can provide important information for the physician to diagnose male factor infertility more accurately.
Sincere Andrology Laboratory employ advanced techniques for semen analysis and other sperm functional tests that are not available in general laboratories. Our objective is to partner the fertility fraternity to better serve their patients and assist them to achieve the goal of building a family.

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