Semen analysis is done, first of all, the male has to, the partner has to ejaculate. He should have an abstinence, that means no sexual activity or voluntary or involuntary discharge of the semen for more than 48 hours and he should collect in a clean container and either he collects it at home or he collects in the facility. He should be given a privacy. He should not spill the sample and he should after collection hand over the sample to the laboratory within 45 minutes, and he should not had sexual activity that means the abstinence period should be not be more than 14 – 15 days. So if we follow these guidelines what happens in the laboratory is they wait for what is called as liquefaction because semen is very thick, phlegm like fluid. So it has to become watery and it will spontaneously become watery because of intrinsic enzymes present in the semen sample within about 20 – 30 minutes and if its kept at room temperature then you just examine under the microscope. There are various types of microscopes available where they can count the number of sperms and they count how many fields are there and it’s a mathematical calculation. They also count the number of moving sperms and they classify the movement of the sperms into 3 grades are good moving sperms, slightly slow moving sperm and non moving sperm. And we have criteria how the shape should look like and the shape is roughly, if you look at a face, the chin to the top of the head and cheek to cheek, if you look at it like a sperm it should be 1:1.6. That is the way we look at it. So, when you have this criteria, it becomes very simple to assess. So that’s the way it is done and the report is generated.