As per a research, male fertility tends to decrease at around 50 years.
A general physical examination is an essential part of the evaluation of male infertility.
- General physical examination includes an examination of genitals and questions concerning medical history, illnesses and disabilities, medications and sexual habits
- Semen analysisis performed to determine the quality, volume, concentration and motility of sperms.
- Transrectal and scrotal ultrasound are performed to look for conditions such as retrograde ejaculation and ejaculatory duct obstruction.
Keeping in view the male infertility factor, we, at Surya Fertility Centre, have started ‘DNA Fragmentation Study’.