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Doctor insights on: Abnormal Motility Dilation

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Can real contractions be irregular over several days? And if so do they cause you to dilate and thin?

Can real contractions be irregular over several days? And if so do they cause you to dilate and thin?

Varies: Different women will respond to contractions in various ways. You can ask your doctor to check your cervix to see how you are responding. ...Read more

Motility (Definition)

The ability to move spontaneously and actively, consuming energy in the process. It can also refer to an organism's ability to move food through its ...Read more


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Can He make me pregnant? Motility count 78million Active55 Sluggish20% Non motile25% Pus cells 4-6HPF RBC00-01HPF Morphology normal:60% Abnormal:40%

Can He make me pregnant? Motility count 78million Active55 Sluggish20% Non motile25% Pus cells 4-6HPF RBC00-01HPF Morphology normal:60% Abnormal:40%

Probably: A sperm count of 78 million is potent. Even with some sluggish sperm or sperm with abnormal morphology, there should be enough normal sperm to get the job done. (It only takes a count of 15 million) Best wishes! ...Read more

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What causes irregular contractions that cause you to dilate slowly over the period of weeks? How long can they continue?

What causes irregular contractions that cause you to dilate slowly over the period of weeks? How long can they continue?

Labor: Labor causes one to do this. If this is happening to you and you are less than 37 weeks please see your doctor right away to be evaluated for preterm labor. ...Read more

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What are the chances of getting pregnant if the husband's sperm have abnormal motility and count?

What are the chances of getting pregnant if the husband's sperm have abnormal motility and count?

Depends: Aside from female factors, the answer really depends on how abnormal the semen parameters are: chances can range form excellent to dismal. Care to give some specifics? ...Read more

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Sa:motility (rapid)=19.4%-slow=14%-immotile=59.6%/total sperm count=56mill/abnormal forms=80%/vitality=45%/viscosity=normal. What's your opinion?

Sa:motility (rapid)=19.4%-slow=14%-immotile=59.6%/total sperm count=56mill/abnormal forms=80%/vitality=45%/viscosity=normal. What's your opinion?

See answer: If you compare the results with the 2010 world health organization reference values for normal semen parameters, this semen sample is close to being within normal limits: sperm count very good, morphology adequate, and motility and vitality slightly low. Not knowing any further details, might consider a repeat semen sample at some point given variability that can occur. Hope this helps. ...Read more

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I got checked yesterday for dilation. I was 1 CM dialeted. All day I have been having irregular contractions. Should I get checked again? Or wait?

I got checked yesterday for dilation. I was 1 CM dialeted. All day I have been having irregular contractions. Should I get checked again? Or wait?

Get checked again: If you have started dilating your cervix and have had regular contractions for a day then you should be checked again to see if you have dilated further. Good luck to you on a healthy delivery. ...Read more

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Hi dr. I am 30years. My semen analys is:volume:1.8, ph:7.8, sperm count per:20mil/ml, fast motility:35%, low:30%, abnormal morphology:30, w.B.S:4-6 hpf?

Semen analysis: Your sperm volume is borderline low, sperm count is low normal, your motility is low and your morphology is normal. If you are having an infertility problem which I guess is why you had the test, you may want to repeat the test and make sure that you collect the specimen completely into a sterile container and have it examined within an hour of collection. Abstain from intercourse for 48-72 hrs. ...Read more

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Trying to conceive for 15 months wife is 34 and my recent semen analysis count is 80 million per ml with 10% abnormal shape and 35% fast motility?

Don't "try": Assuming that your wife is fertile, I suggest "not trying too hard". You are young. Spending 20-30 minutes on prolged foreplay, waiting 2-3 days before intercourse and having your wife in a position with ips andlegs elevated, may be helpful. Stress will not help! ...Read more

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I took a semen analysis they said I have normal sperm count but low motility abnormal viscosity incomplete liquification?

I took a semen analysis they said I have normal sperm count but low motility abnormal viscosity incomplete liquification?

Abnormal semen: I suggest that if you tying to get your partner pregnant, and it's been over 6 mos, that you schedule an appt. With a fertility doc. Probably a timed insemination with washed sperm will help her conceive. ...Read more

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4.5 ml vol semen collection with 40% rapid 13% slow 42% immotile 5% nonprogressive and 95% abnormal. Motility is 300.2 sperm count 115.0. Infertile?

4.5 ml vol semen collection with 40% rapid 13% slow 42% immotile 5% nonprogressive and 95% abnormal. Motility is 300.2 sperm count 115.0. Infertile?

See your doctor: Typically 2-3 semen analyses are obtained over 3 months before any final conclusion is made regarding baseline quality and quantity. Commonly used values: volume>2.0 ml, ph 7.2-7.8, concentration >20 x 10^6/ml, motility >50%, morphology >30% with normal morphology, WBC <1 x 10^6/ml. Based on your values, fertility may be very challenging, but your doctor can help rule out causes, such as infection. ...Read more

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I have irregular or no ovulation, ovarian cysts and endometriosis. My husband has 30% low motility. What are our chances of conceiving naturally?

Sounds unlikely: Maybe not impossible, but no ovulations make it impossible to conceive naturally. The impact of the endometriosis varies with stage. Have you had a surgical diagnosis, if so what stage is it? ...Read more

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Hi sir I am using gonadil-f 250-300mg and Evion 600mg because he has thin semen with volume 2ml and PH=8, sperm count = 36 million/ml, immotile=55%, rapid progression=10%, slow progression=25%, non-progressive motility=10%, normal sperms=45%, abnormal=55

Here are some. ..: Your semen analysis is not that bad although some figures such as motility, shape, etc are marginal. As to using gonadil, etc., their effects for male fertility & spermatogenesis are not observed in humans, at most, suggesting in animal study, which hasn't been known ever existed. So, ask your doc for detail & specifics about fertility timely. ...Read more

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I'm 35 years with normal HSG and office hysteroscopy reports, FSH 5.5 and LH 8 my husband is 40 years with 20 % progressive motility and 65% abnormal forms of sperms (amorphous pinpoint head) and 90 million/ml I got pregnant naturally 3 times but ended in

I'm 35 years with normal HSG and office hysteroscopy reports, FSH 5.5 and LH 8 my husband is 40 years with 20 % progressive motility and 65% abnormal forms of sperms (amorphous pinpoint head) and 90 million/ml I got pregnant naturally 3 times but ended in

Get REI consult.: I am assuming you lost those three pregnancies. I am so sorry. Sperm DNA integrity plays a vital role in embryogenesis and fetal well being. Sperm DNA damage may lead to pre- and post-implantation losses, early pregnancy loss and congenital malformations. You should discuss with your Gynecologist or better, an Andrologist. ...Read more

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What are potential causes for abnormal circulation/pressure in liver identified in a ct? The liver itself is healthy according to labs/ct/ultrasound. At times I do feel increased pressure in liver. Echo of heart came back good other than mild dilation

What are potential causes for abnormal circulation/pressure in liver identified in a ct? The liver itself is healthy according to labs/ct/ultrasound. At times I do feel increased pressure in liver. Echo of heart came back good other than mild dilation

Conflicting: Your ct report is conflicting. Portal hypertension, or increased pressure in the liver has multiple causes. Usually however, there are abnormalities of the liver identified such as cirrhosis, occluded hepatic veins, or portal vein occlusion. You may need to have additional studies or get clarification of the results from your doc. ...Read more

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What's different between aneurysm and varicosa?? both of them are abnormal dilatation.

What's different between aneurysm and varicosa?? both of them are abnormal dilatation.

Correct: aneurysm usually applies to arterial structures taking blood from heart to body while varicose is used to describe venous abnormalities in vessels returning blood to heart. Arteries tend to be thicker walled and more prone to cholesterol buildup as part of handling higher pressures ...Read more

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Abnormal dilated lv with large fixed defect in Anterior, Septal, and inferior wall. RV function appears to be normal?

Abnormal dilated lv with large fixed defect in Anterior, Septal, and inferior wall. RV function appears to be normal?

Defects: These findings in an echocardiogram are consistent with prior damage as seen in heart attacks (myocardial infarctions) causing a weakening of the left ventricle's contraction ability. You should be under the care of a cardiologist for Further investigation of your coronary artery circulation and preventative treatment as you cannot afford any more myocardial damage. ...Read more

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What can be done for chronic pancreatitis with a dilated irregular duct?

What can be done for chronic pancreatitis with a dilated irregular duct?

Stent: If you have an irregular pancreatic duct and are having symptoms a stent would be considered. Talk to your doctor and consider seeing a gastroenterologist. ...Read more

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I am 37w5d, & 2 cm dilated at 37w2d, head Low. Sex this morning then lost my mucous plug late this afternoon. Irregular cx for weeks. Labor soon?

I am 37w5d, & 2 cm dilated at 37w2d, head Low. Sex this morning then lost my mucous plug late this afternoon. Irregular cx for weeks. Labor soon?

2 to 4 weeks: Labor usually starts 2 to 4 weeks after the mucous plug is expelled. Sexual intercourse is safe as long as the membranes are intact and there is no bleeding. Female orgasms have been known to initiate labor at this point. ...Read more

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Breastduct excision fibrocystic changes, ductal hyperplasia w/o atypical, apocrine metaplasia, dilated benign ducts with thermal artifact. This means what?

Breastduct excision fibrocystic changes, ductal hyperplasia w/o atypical, apocrine metaplasia, dilated benign ducts with thermal artifact. This means what?

No cancer: All of the changes in your breast are benign and there is no cancer.
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Practice safe sex. ...Read more

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I'm 38 weeks 4cm dilated and 80% effaced. Lots of pressure and back pain, irregular contractions, and some diarrhea today. Is labor near?

I'm 38 weeks 4cm dilated and 80% effaced. Lots of pressure and back pain, irregular contractions, and some diarrhea today. Is labor near?

Call your OB!: It depends on several factors. Is this your first baby or have you had several? It's better to be checked and not need to be than not be checked and have an emergency delivery out of hospital. Please get checked. Hope all goes well. Having a baby is one of the most fantastic and blessed events in your life. :) ...Read more