Female tests measure the number of eggs you have, as well as the health of your ovaries,
uterus and ovarian follicles.
This allows your doctor to assess your pelvis and check for any fibroids,
ovarian cysts, or other problems that may affect your fertility
This test can give you an idea of how many eggs you have left.
It can be important to know what your ovarian reserve is when considering
having a baby.
Sperm shape (To identify abnormalities
in the sperm’s midsection, head or
tail. The sperm could be immature and
therefore not able to fertilize an
Movement (The number of sperms that are
Sperm count (The number of sperm present
within the ejaculate)
Anti-sperm antibodies present
Infections present within the sample