A semen analysis evaluates certain characteristics of a male's semen and the sperm contained therein. It is done to help evaluate male fertility. Collection techniques and precise measurement method may influence results.
The most common reasons for laboratory semen analysis in humans are as part of a couple's infertility investigation and after a vasectomy to verify that the procedure was successful.
A man will have a semen analysis done as part of routine pre-pregnancy testing. At the laboratory level this is rare, as most healthcare providers will not test the semen and sperm unless specifically requested or there is a strong suspicion of pathology in one of these areas discovered during the medical history or during the physical examination.
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