Until now, there have been few accurate ways of measuring a man’s fertility. Traditionally, the diagnosis of male infertility has relied on a semen analysis. This test provides the basic information on which fertility specialists need to make their initial diagnosis. However, their clinical value in assessing fertility or predicting success with fertility treatment is very limited, particularly if the semen analysis results are normal.
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