In older times, a couple’s inability to conceive a child would have been thought solely due to fault in the woman. Male infertility was a concept that was not known or considered. However, with the advent of IVF, male infertility has been identified and acknowledged. The male partner is equally responsible A simple semen analysis gives a lot of information on the fertility status of the male partner as the female partner for the couple not conceiving. Sperms are looked under the microscope for their number motility, appearance(morphology),amount of semen(volume),and other measures during a semen test. A low sperm count is the commonest cause of male fertility problems. The second important cause of male infertility is low sperm motility.
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