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Max-Fertility panel - Male (Basic) Test

Includes 10 tests
Blood Grouping and RH Factor
Fasting Blood Sugar (Glucose)
+8 More
₹ 3850

Overnight Fasting of 10-12 Hours is Required



Sample type :

Blood Grouping and RH Factor (FBS) EDTA Serum Serum Semen Analysis Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH) - Ultrasensitive Urine Routine And Microscopy

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

The Max Fertility Panel Male Basic Test is a comprehensive diagnostic tool designed to assess male reproductive health and identify any potential issues that may be affecting fertility.

One common method used in male fertility testing is semen analysis. During this test, a sample of semen is collected and examined under a microscope. The analysis looks at factors such as sperm count, motility (ability to move), morphology (shape and structure), and overall health of the sperm.

Avoiding substances that could negatively impact sperm quality is crucial. This includes reducing alcohol consumption and quitting smoking. It's also recommended to limit caffeine intake leading up to the test.

The answer is yes, male fertility can indeed be tested using certain blood markers. When assessing male fertility, doctors may look for specific hormones in the bloodstream that play a role in reproductive function. These hormones include testosterone, luteinizing hormone (LH), follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH), and prolactin. By measuring these hormone levels, doctors can gain insights into various aspects of male reproductive health.

Once you have completed the test and sent your sample back to the lab, it typically takes about 5-7 business days for the results to be processed. This includes analyzing your sample and generating a comprehensive report detailing your fertility status.

This comprehensive fertility panel is designed for men who are concerned about their reproductive health and want to assess their fertility potential. It can be a valuable tool for those planning to start a family or experiencing difficulty conceiving.

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