Semen Analysis – Post-Vasectomy – Great Neck

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Semen Analysis – Post-Vasectomy – Great Neck

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$150.00 30 minutes

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A Post-Vasectomy Semen Analysis measures the specimen volume, total count, concentration, motility, viability, and fructose analysis.

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Product Description

A post-vasectomy semen analysis is an evaluation of an ejaculated specimen performed after the vasectomy. The absence of sperm on two or more centrifuged specimens, given by the patient a week or more apart, is usually required to confirm clearance of sperm from the ejaculate. A Post-Vasectomy Semen Analysis consists of:

  • Volume – a measure of the amount of seminal fluid.
  • Concentration – the number of sperm in a specified volume of ejaculate.
  • Total Count – the total number of sperm in the specimen.
  • Motility – how the sperm move. The test includes both the percent of motile sperm as well as a measure of how fast, and in what direction, they move.
  • Viability – If sperm are present, but not moving, this test identifies whether they are alive.
  • Fructose test – when no sperm are seen this test confirms that the specimen contained fluid from the seminal vesicle.

Please review the Semen Specimen Requirements.