Walk-in Testing

Walk-in Testing

A semen analysis can provide some potential insights into fertility and overall health. Our laboratory makes it easy to obtain a semen analysis, with results available often times in the same day.

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Learn more about some potential health benefits and implications of semen analysis:

Male Fertility Assessment

Semen analysis is primarily used to evaluate male fertility. It helps assess the sperm’s ability to fertilize an egg, which is essential for successful conception. Abnormalities in sperm count, motility (movement), and morphology (shape) can indicate potential fertility issues. Low sperm count, poor motility, or abnormal sperm morphology may contribute to infertility. Semen analysis results can guide healthcare professionals in recommending appropriate fertility treatments. Depending on the findings, interventions such as in vitro fertilization (IVF) or intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) may be suggested. For individuals undergoing fertility treatments, periodic semen analyses can help monitor the effectiveness of interventions. Adjustments to treatment plans can be made based on the observed improvements or lack thereof.

Early Detection of Health Issues

Semen analysis may uncover underlying health conditions, such as hormonal imbalances, infections, or structural abnormalities. Early detection of these issues can lead to timely medical intervention. Lifestyle factors, such as diet, exercise, smoking, and alcohol consumption, can impact semen quality. Semen analysis results can encourage individuals to make healthier choices.

Post-Vasectomy Verification

Semen analysis is often used to confirm the success of a vasectomy. After a vasectomy, men are advised to undergo semen analysis to ensure that no sperm are present in the ejaculate, confirming the effectiveness of the procedure.

Research and Development

Semen analysis data contributes to research in reproductive medicine, helping scientists understand the factors influencing male fertility and leading to the development of new diagnostic tools and treatment options.