We will usually recommend that couples who are finding it difficult to conceive have a sperm test done, if only to remove male factor problems from the equation. Normal NHS tests provide only the most basic of information about the quantity and quality of sperm. But there are more sophisticated tests available, some of which we run as standard here at the Clinic.
Assuming there is a problem (which there won’t be at least 50% of the time), these can usually identify the particular cause, from which we can either refer you, if necessary, for further medical tests and investigations to our in-house male fertility specialist, Dr Sheryl Homa, or more likely, recommend natural ways in which to help to improve your status.
New sperm is being manufactured all the time, and sensible lifestyle management over a period of a few months has been shown to have a positive effect, along with modifications to your diet. There is more and more evidence to support the valuable contribution that changes to lifestyle, diet and nutrition can make to sperm health. Over the years we have helped improve the fertility of hundreds of men using these techniques. Sperm can be improved - a poor result doesn't mean you have to sit back and accept it!
Click here if you would like us to arrange for you or your partner to have a semen anaylsis.