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  Male factor assessment

  1. Semen analysis
  2. Endocrine assessment-for hypogonadism,azoospermia and sever oligozoospermia various hormones eg FSH,LH,PRL,TSH and testosterone
  3. Evaluation of sperm function
    A- sperm migration test
        PCT(post coital test) enables the assessment of penetration capacity of   spermatozoa in cervical mucus.
    B- sperm survival test
       HOST(hypo-osmotic swelling test) quantifies the percentage of spermatozoa with intact and functional cell membranes.
  4. Immunological test
    Antisperm antibody in seminal plasma
  5. Microbiological test
    Semen culture and other microbiological test are mainly done in cases of symptomatic disease.
  6. Testicular biopsy
    In cases of azoosperma or severe oligozoospermia with atleast one normal sized testis and normal FSH.
  7. Doppler blood flow study
    For detection of blood flow pattern in testicular artery and veins and detection of vericocoele.
  8. Genetic test
    Karyotype done when family history indicates structural chromosomal anomalies,in cases of unexplained azoospermia or severe OATS and in  couples with unexplained infertility.
  9. Sexual and ejaculatory dysfunction test