SpermComet DNA Damage Test

In many cases, couples who have been diagnosed with ‘unexplained infertility’ may be missing out on vital information that could improve their chances of success. Research has shown that in up to 80% of couples with ‘unexplained infertility’ the man has problems with the quality of his sperm DNA and a conventional semen analysis will not reveal these hidden problems.

Sperm DNA damage can also reduce fertility treatment success. If the sperm DNA damage level is high, then the best chance of success might be for the couple to go straight to ICSI treatment rather than starting with IVF.