Male Partner Evaluation and Interpretation of Semen Analysis

An often ignored and sometimes less understood subject but finally a course that makes it simple and practical

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Course Description

A male partner is a 50% partner when conception is desired but that also makes his 50% of the problem when reports are not good. Unfortunately as simple as it may seem a simple semen analysis report is not used the best way it should be.

  • What are the instructions to be given before doing a semen test?
  • How should the test be carried out ?
  • What does each aspect of the test from Liquefaction to Agglutination to Count, Motility and Morphology tell us ?
  • How do we use each aspect aspect of the semen test as well as the clinical history and physical examination, quite so like a detective and find out exactly why the male is infertile and how to go about treating that male?
  • An Andrologist is a valuable part of an Fertility team but what are the basics that every Gynaecologist should know and what must one do before referring to another specialist?

All the possible questions that you had in your mind are answered through this course.

Course Beneficiaries
  • Post Graduate trainees in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Gynaecologists Infertility specialists
  • Physiology of Sperm Production
  • Step by step evaluation of the Infertile Male
  • Questions to ask in Clinical History
  • How to get the perfect semen analysis report?
  • What is the WHO 2010 Criteria for Semen Analysis?
  • What to do after you receive an abnormal semen report?
  • Who requires an Endocrine evaluation?
  • Which of the males require Genetic Evaluation?
  • What are the Grades of Varicocele?
  • Does poor sperm parameter in Obese men differ from Thin men?
  • As a Gynaecologist or even an Infertility expert what are the aspects of Semen Analysis that one should look into. How should one interpret the semen report. Which factor holds more importance?
  • MBBS

  • Introduction

  • Part 1
  • Part 2

  • Doctors will be able to better interpret the semen analysis report and understand how to take the patient to the next level of investigation and treatment based on the report.

  • Part 1
  • Part 2
  • Part 3
  • ₹2,500
  • ₹1,000
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This course includes
  • On-demand video
  • 2 downloadable resources
  • Start from where you left
  • Research Materials
  • Access on Tab and Mobile
  • Certificate of Completion