No at-home male fertility test can assess all of the various factors that can affect your fertility.

Get professional, clear answers about your male fertility from Midwest Fertility Center.


“Home sperm tests…typically measure only one factor related to fertility. They also haven’t been well studied to see how reliable they are. Some common factors of infertility may be missed by home sperm tests. Having your semen tested by a lab is the best way to know whether you’re fertile. Relying on a home sperm test might lead to delays in getting a diagnosis and starting treatment, if needed.”

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❌ Semen volume*

❌ Total number of sperm

✅ Sperm concentration

❌ Percentage of sperm alive in a sample (sperm vitality)

❌ Movement of sperm (motility)

❌ Shape of sperm (sperm morphology)

❌ Partner testing


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✅ Semen volume

❌ Total number of sperm

❌ Sperm concentration

❌ Percentage of sperm alive in a sample (sperm vitality)

❌ Movement of sperm (motility)

❌ Shape of sperm (sperm morphology)

❌ Partner testing


Male Fertility Test

✅ Semen volume

✅ Total number of sperm

✅ Sperm concentration

✅ Percentage of sperm alive in a sample (sperm vitality)

✅Movement of sperm (sperm motility)

✅ Shape of sperm (sperm morphology)

✅ Partner test included


Get the results and advice you’d want your future kids to have.

Dr. Amos E. Madanes has developed several revolutionary assisted-reproduction procedures and has come to be known as an innovator and leader, especially in male fertility.

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No risk, no pressure, just the information.

  • Understand important male fertility factors
  • Get the information you need
  • Understand how we can support you in your fertility journey
  • Have the opportunity to express your concerns, fears, and hopes

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Male & Female Fertility Tests


Perfect for couples who want to start the fertility journey together.

  • We know your ultimate goal is likely to get pregnant and we are here to support you all the way through a successful pregnancy.
  • Along with full male fertility testing couples getting tested together have the best chance of understanding their fertility solutions.

What our patients are saying

Does it really work? Will it work for me?

Amy S.

I was nervous going but as soon as I got there the staff was kind and friendly and the doctor was very informative it made me feel like things were possible for me.

Denise M.

Doctor Amos E. Madanes is great. He listened to me and answers all of my questions. They are truly an awesome team. They are dedicated to making your dream a reality.

Melissa Z.

When I meet Dr. Amos E. Madanes, he was very, very caring. He listened to why I was here. You can see that he wants people’s dreams to come true, its not just a paycheck to him. He told me he will get me pregnant and this year my dream will finally come true because of him.

Nervous about getting your male fertility tested?

It’s common for a man to be anxious about getting his fertility tested. There are a number of reasons why a man might be reluctant to test his fertility, despite knowing it is the right thing to do. We’ve conducted hundreds of male fertility tests and have tailored our male fertility tests to accommodate these very common concerns. Our primary advice? Don’t put it off.

As a reproductive endocrinologists, Dr. Amos E. Madanes will look for anything unusual in the shape (morphology) or movement (motility) of your sperm. Schedule a male fertility test.

  • Lifestyle factors like smoking, excessive alcohol consumption, drug use, stress, and obesity can negatively impact sperm health.
  • Medical conditions like varicoceles, hormonal imbalances, infections, and chronic illnesses can also play a role.
  • Environmental factors like exposure to toxins and heavy metals can affect sperm quality.

Schedule a male fertility test

Treatment options depend on the cause of infertility and may include lifestyle changes, hormonal therapy, surgery to correct varicoceles, assisted reproductive technologies like IUI or IVF, or in rare cases, donor sperm. The important thing to know is that there are options and it is best to get tested sooner to explore which might be right for you. Schedule a male fertility test

Maintaining a healthy weight, eating a balanced diet, exercising regularly, managing stress, and avoiding smoking and excessive alcohol can all contribute to improved sperm health. It’s best to have a clear idea of where you stand and what may be impacting your sperm health. To get clear information, schedule a male fertility test.

Male fertility testing typically involves a combination of physical exams, semen analysis, and sometimes additional tests like blood tests or ultrasounds. Here’s a general overview of what to expect:

1. Initial Consultation and Physical Exam: Dr. Amos E. Madanes will discuss your medical history, including any relevant conditions, medications, or lifestyle factors and perform a physical exam, focusing on your genitals and checking for any abnormalities.

2. Semen Analysis: This is the main test for evaluating sperm health. You’ll provide a semen sample, by masturbating into a special container at the clinic. It’s ok to feel awkward about this. Its an important part of the process. If you have additional concerns or want more information related to this process, see our semen analysis page.

Most results are communicated within 10 days.