Mr Jonathan Ramsay and his team specialise in the diagnosis and treatment of conditions affecting male fertility.

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Perhaps you already have a diagnosis, but if not Mr Ramsay can help with diagnoses and treatment plans.

The sooner your particular male factor is diagnosed, the sooner it is possible to begin a successful journey to conception.

Some sub-fertile men may have a wide range of unusual medical, hormonal, and urological problems; it is certainly important that these conditions are diagnosed, treated as part of a successful fertility journey.

Semen analysis

Semen analysis, also known as a sperm test, is one of the most important tests when looking at male fertility and the likelihood of becoming a father. Learn more

DNA fragmentation test

A DNA fragmentation test is a sophisticated test which looks more closely at the DNA and chromosomes in the sperm themselves. Learn more

Hormonal and genetic blood tests
Blood tests that look at hormone levels and genetic elements can be a very important tests. Learn more
More sophisticated tests

In recent years we have been looking very carefully at the signs of infection and/or inflammation within the male genital tract. Learn more

MAR antibody test

Antibodies in the semen can cause the sperm to stick to one another reducing the ability of the sperm being able to fertilise an egg. Learn more

Testicular mapping / FNA

FNA is designed to find out where sperm is being produced at specific points of the testicle. Learn more

Ultrasound scan
  • An ultrasound can help in the assessment of a varicocele or other problems in the testicles and supporting structures. Learn more


Mr Ramsay is widely regarded as the UK leading expert in male fertility. He has extensive experience in the treatment of conditions such as azoospermia, oligospermia and other factors affecting male fertility.


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