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Men’s Fertility Test Panel + Semen Analysis

The Men’s Fertility Test Panel + Semen Analysis helps diagnose and evaluate the condition of the testicles and sperm quality, supporting the treatment of male reproductive diseases. 

– Gender: Male.

– Sample type: Blood.

– Age: Subjects from the age of adolescence.

– Results: 03-24 hours, depending on the test type.

– Frequency of implementation: When there are any symptoms related to the genitals or the need to check for health problems.

– Note: Semen analysis is only done at Cao Thang headquarters | No need to fast before the test | The urine collected should be the first passed in the morning after waking.

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1. Overview of Men’s Fertility Panel + Semen Analysis

The reproductive system plays an important role in men’s lives. In addition to maintaining healthy sexual habits, it is important to have regular check-ups and tests. Monitoring your reproductive health helps avoid dangerous complications such as infertility or sexual disorders.

The Men’s Fertility Test Panel + Semen Analysis helps to assess the status and function of the testes, male sex hormones, and testosterone levels to improve reproductive health and quality of life.

2. Who Should Take the Men’s Fertility Test Panel?

The test panel is suitable for subjects showing the following signs:

– Infertile but wants to have children.

– Experiencing erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation, or delayed ejaculation.

3. Significance of the Men’s Fertility Test Panel

The test panel provides 7 types of tests with the following meanings:

– FSH (Follicle Stimulating Hormone) – Oocyte Stimulating Hormone: Because FSH regulates reproductive function, this test helps evaluate reproductive health and find the cause of infertility and physiological weakness.

– LH (Luteinizing Hormone): This test is used to evaluate the condition of the hypothalamic-pituitary-gonadal axis. Serum LH levels help distinguish between primary and secondary hypogonadism – the cause of male infertility or impotence.

– Free Testosterone: Testosterone is an important hormone for men in stimulating sexual desire and increasing erection capacity, sperm count and quality. Therefore, performing the test helps to evaluate male physiology.

– Estradiol: Elevated estradiol/estrogen causes infertility or erectile dysfunction. This test helps evaluate the amount of estradiol to determine the level of this hormone in the male body.

– Prolactin: Along with the estradiol test, the Prolactin test is performed simultaneously to evaluate reproductive health, diagnose the cause of infertility or erectile dysfunction in men.

– Semen Analysis: Semen analysis is authorized and recommended by the World Health Organization (WHO). Accordingly, based on analyzed and evaluated parameters such as quantity, motility, shape, etc., it helps to assess the quality and condition of sperm.

4. Why Should You Test At Diag?
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Come to Diag – Testing Center, present for more than 20 years in Vietnam. You will experience a streamlined testing process with outstanding facilities such as:

– State-of-the-art analytical equipment such as Alinity (Abbott) and Cobas 8000 (Roche) with certified chemicals, a closed and scientific process to bring fast, absolute results.

– Possessing certificates of test quality such as ISO 15189 and EQAb.

– A variety of tests to meet the needs of patients. Diag uses modern vacuum blood collection techniques to reduce pain and the risk of rupturing veins or red blood cells.

– If you are far away from the center or busy with work, Diag Laboratories offers you a home sampling service. Your sample will be taken at home, and you can track your profile information online and receive results via SMS.

Men’s Fertility Test Panel + Semen Analysis is important for men to protect their sexuality and reproductive health. If you notice any abnormal signs, get in touch with Diag immediately or call the hotline on 1900 1717 for 24/7 advice from dedicated staff or to schedule testing.

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