Male Fertility MOT

How do you know if you’re producing enough sperm? What could you do to improve your sperm quality?

The Male Fertility MOT includes a semen analysis. This means you’ll need to provide a fresh sample of sperm, either at home or in the clinic. You need to avoid ejaculation for 3-5 days beforehand. If you prefer to produce a sample at home, remember to ask us for a sample pot. You will then need to bring your sample to your appointment within 30-60 minutes of producing it.

We’ll send a copy of your result to your GP, as well as directly to you (if you wish). We can also arrange a telephone call to discuss the outcome.

Enhanced Male Fertility MOT

Some men opt to have an Enhanced Fertility MOT, which is a more detailed male fertility test. It includes some additional tests of sperm health and function. And it gives us a far greater insight into your reproductive health. It can be very helpful if previous or home sperm tests have been normal and your infertility remains ‘unexplained’. Or when these tests have been abnormal but you have not been given an explanation as to why.

The Enhanced Fertility MOT also includes a short telephone consultation with your doctor. They’ll discuss your results with you, and may recommend some lifestyle changes or treatments.

“At the Agora you are not made to feel like ‘just another patient’; you feel like you come in as a patient and leave as a friend. They absolutely go above and beyond!”