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Much of the time the emphasis is placed on women when it comes to fertility. But as we all know, it takes two to tango and male fertility is just as important for successful conception and pregnancy. Common issues that occur in relation to male factor infertility include low sperm count or reduced sperm quality. If a man goes to the doctor for investigations into their fertility, after a physical examination, the most common fertility test will be a sperm analysis. This test checks the semen for its quality and will look at different parameters. These include semen volume, sperm motility, sperm morphology, sperm concentration, sperm count and DNA fragmentation.
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