The only thing I can think of is if they're checking him for any other diseases that may be carried...like when they blood test for your levels, they check for rubella, Hepatitis, if you're a CF carrier, etc.
Ask the lab technician when you two go or call the doctor beforehand.
My oh has had a blood test they can check the level of his hormones, his showed low testosterone- hence te teason why his sperm count was low. Hormones can affect sperm. This might not be what your oh's bloods were for though? Maybe ask the doctor when he goes in for his sa. X
Ok thanks ladies, you'd have thought he would ask himself why he was having his bloods done but he just went along without question! He did look at the form though and said a few things were ticked & one of them was liver function. I guess we'll find out when he phones for his results! xxx
My Dr said the only test my DH needs to do is SA. They didn't give any blood tests for him. I'd say it isn't routine with a SA. Do you know what the blood tests are for? Does it give any information on the slip they gave you?
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