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Male Fertility Test

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Non Invasive Screening - No Blood Required

The Male Fertility Test includes testing the levels of certain markers in the body ranging from hormone levels, inflammatory markers, vitamins and minerals, all of which can affect male fertility. Many men struggle with their fertility due to underlying health issues. Some men may unknowingly suffer from severe vitamin and mineral deficiencies. This means that your body may not be functioning to its full potential. This test will provide a deeper understanding as to whether you may have a hormonal imbalance, low sperm count, or nutritional deficiencies.

15 Min Procedure

Over 20 Markers

Results within 2 days


Per Person

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Use our online booking system to arrange your appointment time or call 0203 105 0499.

Health & Wellness Screening Since 2015

Why Is This Test Important?

If you are thinking of planning for a family
If you would like a bioenergetic assessment of your sperm count & volume.
If you and your partner are struggling to conceive
easy and convenient way to understand your fertility status better

Who Should Consider This Test?

This test is designed to help you identify what may be causing certain symptoms. If you suffer from issues such as tiredness, fatigue, weight problems, dry eyes, etc., there is a possibility that this may be linked to a vitamin or mineral deficiency. When your body is lacking in a specific nutrient, it slows down the everyday functions of your body. This test will give you a brief indication of what you require in order to feel better. After receiving your results you may want to boost your levels, whether it be through supplementation or dietary changes. This test will allow you to make more informed decisions about your food intake and your lifestyle choices. For example, if you suffer from regular headaches, this may be linked to a magnesium deficiency; thus after taking a test with us, you can incorporate magnesium rich foods or supplements into your diet to help resolve this.

What is Tested?

The Male Fertility Test includes testing the following markers:

  • Gonadotropin

  • Testosterone

  • Sperm Volume

  • Sperm Count

  • Sperm Motility Rate

  • Liquefying Time

  • ​Vitamin C

  • Selenium

  • Zinc

  • Vitamin B1

  • Vitamin B12

  • Vitamin B2

  • Vitamin B3 

  • Vitamin B6

  • Folic Acid

  • Liver Fat

  • Free Thyroxine (FT4)

  • T3

  • Copper

  • Iodine

  • Iron

  • Magnesium

  • ​Vitamin D3

This screening is conducted through Bioresonance testing. It is NOT a blood test and does not require blood to be taken. For blood tests, please click here.

How to Prepare for the Test

Clinic Visit:
This test requires you to be on an empty stomach two hours prior to your appointment. Water is allowed. If you have a pacemaker you will not be able to take the test. If you are taking any medication it should not affect your test, however you should check with your GP or practitioner to ensure it is okay for you to take a test or fast. As this is a non invasive test, you will not be required to remove any clothing. However, you will need to remove any jewellery from your hands so that it does not disrupt the screening. 

In order to take this test, you will need to give us a call to arrange an appointment at our clinic. You will receive your results on the day, both printed and emailed. You may show this report to your GP or health practitioner for further advice. You may also wish to take supplements to help improve your nutritional levels according to your results. 

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appointments available  6 days a week



The contents of our test reports are not meant to infer any diagnosis, treatment or cure of specific conditions and illnesses. Although many illnesses can be linked to nutritional deficiencies, intolerances and pathogenic or toxic influences, the likely presence of such in your report is not necessarily indicative of the illness itself. If you are concerned about your health, please seek the advice of your GP or Medical Adviser. The information provided in our test reports may help them further towards considering more formal investigations in line with current medical practice.

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