Male Factor


  • 50% of reproductive dysfunction resides in the male.
  • The male factor is evaluated with a seminogram that will indicate if there are alterations in the number of spermatozoa (oligozospermia, azospermia), mobility (asthenozospermia), morphology (teratozospermia) or a mixture of all these parameters.
  • If necessary, the study is complemented with: karyotype, microdeletions in Y chromosome, mutations of the CFTR gene (cystic fibrosis) and alterations in meiosis.
  • According to the degree of seminal alteration, we will recommend: Artificial Insemination, In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) and/or Testicular Biopsy + ICSI.