Infertility

Embryologist Adding Sperm to Egg

World Health Organization (WHO) reported that infertility is called as a reproductive disease defined by the failure to achieve a clinical pregnancy after 12 months or more of regular unprotected sexual intercourse.

The male partner can be evaluated for infertility or subfertility using a variety of clinical interventions, and also from a laboratory evaluation of semen.

SPERM QUALITY
SCREENING

SPERM QUANTITY &
QUALITY CHECK

HORMONE TESTS
 

 

Sperm quality screening is the first step done using the semen sample. SwimCount offers a convenient test which can be done at home! The simple steps convey in the product leaflet is very much user friendly and easy to follow.

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SWIMCOUNT Catalogue

PDF, 513 KB

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Sperm Quantity & Quality Check

BEION; a bench top sperm quality and quantity analyzer. It is designed according to the WHO laboratory manual for the examination and processing of human semen.

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BEION S3 Catalogue

PDF, 513 KB

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A few hormone tests are pre-requisite to detect the hormone levels in female. The values are paramount important to seek for the right treatment either pre-pregnancy or during pregnancy itself. SNIBE offers a precise instrument for hormonal tests related to fertility and it is well-designed to meet health personnel requirements and needs.

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SNIBE Catalogue

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Hormone Tests

 
 

Sperm Quality Screening