Sperm Fish

The sperm Fish test, which allows important data about sperm genetics to be obtained, analyzes the chromosomes 13, 18, 21, and X-Y. If there is a morphological problem with the sperm or if there are recurrent miscarriages, the suitable strategy is used. After being marked with a special paint, prepared sperms are processed with a genetic analysis. Because the number of faulty sperms is high in some analyses, the embryos may also need to be genetically screened.

The sperm test, which is generally completed between 7 and 15 days, can be used to successfully evaluate infertility in men. Important information about the properties of the sperm, such as mobility, morphology, and count, can be obtained. Sperm Fish testing can also be used in cases of recurrent miscarriage, sperm anomaly, and aneuploidy in the sperm, as well as in some hormone screenings.