A Look at Male Fertility Testing

Male infertility has many causes, including low sperm count and poor-quality sperm. Male fertility testing measures both the quantity and quality of sperm produced during ejaculation to determine whether these factors could be causing infertility.

This video explains how male fertility testing is performed. During fertility testing, a sample of semen is collected and the number, motility, and shape of the sperm examined. Normal fertility is defined as the production of 20 million sperm per milliliter of ejaculate, with 40-50% motility and at least 30% of the sperm possessing normal physiology.

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