Sperm aneuploidi


Sperm aneuploidy examines if the number of chromosomes in the sperm are normal. Typically, 500 to 600 sperm are examined and chromosomes number 13, 18, 21 and X plus Y is investigated. The number of chromosomes in the sperm can be abnormal despite a normal number of chromosomes in the other cells of the body. Men with with normal fertility will typically have an abnormal number of chromosomes in less than 1% of their sperm.

Aneuploidy is rarely seen unless the man has a very poor semen quality. However, some fertility clinics require this test prior to treatment with egg donation.

You can only order the VMF-test after contacting SPZ Lab.

How quickly do you get the result:
It takes approximately 3 to 4 weeks before you will have the result.


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