Sperm DNA damage is a leading cause of male infertility
Healthy sperm DNA improves the chances of a successful pregnancy
Sperm DNA damage reduces the chances of natural pregnancy
Sperm DNA damage reduces the likelihood of success of both IVF and ICSI
High levels of sperm damage can more than double the risk of miscarriage
Good quality sperm increases the likelihood of the development of a healthy baby
The most accurate fertility tests available for men over and above semen analysis.
DID YOU KNOW?
Fertility 2023 is held in our home city of Belfast.
Examen is delighted to be hosting stand 20 at Fertility 2023 in its home city of Belfast. Its CEO Prof Sheena Lewis has been on the organizing committee and the conference is full of exciting updates.
We look forward to welcoming over 755 delegates from over 23 countries and 198 exhibitors to the Joint Annual Fertility Conference hosted by the Association of Reproductive & Clinical Scientists, the British Fertility Society and the Society for Reproduction and Fertility.
Dr Vivienne Hall, Consultant Fertility Specialist at Harley Street Fertility Clinic, is keen to investigate couples as thoroughly as possible before embarking on assisted conception cycles. She joins us to discuss the latest developments in sperm DNA fragmentation testing.
Dr. James Hotaling, Associate Professor of Surgery (Urology) and Director of Men’s Health at University of Utah speaks to Professor Lewis about the latest developments in sperm selection and the impact this can have on fertility.