Andrology is the medical field that specializes in men’s reproductive health. If you are seeking treatment for male infertility, your physician may refer you to the Diagnostic Andrology Laboratory at the University of Minnesota Medical Center.
The Diagnostic Andrology Laboratory is run by experts in evaluating male infertility, and they partner with experts in treating male infertility. The testing procedures comply with and exceed current World Health Organization (WHO, 2010) standards. The Diagnostic Andrology Laboratory is accredited by the College of American Pathologists.
Diagnostic Andrology Laboratory Hours:
Monday through Friday
7 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Please call 612-672-4072 with any questions.
- Semen analysis related to infertility
- Post-vasectomy semen analysis to establish clinical sterility
- Testicular biopsy evaluations
- Semen and testicular biopsy processing of specimens used in assisted reproduction
Cryopreservation or Sperm Banking
There are a number of reasons men may choose to have their sperm banked (cryopreserved):
- Before cancer treatments, such as radiation and/or chemotherapy
- Before any surgeries that may result in infertility or reduced fertility
- Before deploying for military service if there is a risk of injury or exposure to chemicals or extreme heat that may result in infertility
- In preparation for an assisted reproduction procedure
Laboratory Services we offer
- Semen analysis
- Semen analysis with strict morphology
- Antisperm antibody testing
- Post-vasectomy semen analysis
- Retrograde ejaculation evaluation
- Testicular biopsy evaluation
- Sperm processing for A.R.T. preparation method
- Semen and/or testicular tissue cryopreservation and thawing
- Sperm banking
Locations by city:
|Diagnostic Andrology Laboratory|
606 24th Ave. S, Suite 525
Minneapolis, MN 55454