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Dua To Improve Sperm Motility
Correctable cause?: If the results are low on two tests, you should be evaluated for a cause. A physical exam along with testing for endocrine abnormalities are necessary. The most common finding would be a varicocele (15%), which can be corrected and may return normal numbers of sperm. Heat exposure (fever, hot baths) can cause this. For hormonal problems, stimulation of sperm production with medicines might work. ...Read more
Improve sperm count: Optimizing sperm: 1) be healthy (i.e.- proper diet ; exercise) 2) avoid excessive heat (i.e.- hot tubs, long-term sitting, and occupational hazards) 3) limit alcohol ingestion 4) see a urologist to be checked for a varicocele 5) do not, under any circumstances, take testosterone supplements or HCG injections! ...Read more
Is it ok for a semen of:volume:3.2, count:222, motility:33%, progrsive motility 28%, grade motili +3 normal morph:5% to fertilize an egg and conceive?
See my remarks: The volume and count are O.K. Motility and morphology are below normal. Your husband needs to be checked by a urologist who deals with fertility. I bet he has a varicocele (extra veins in lt. Side of scrotum) taking care of the varicocele usually improves the quality of the sperm. ...Read more
Can I be a father with sperm count 98.2 *10 raise to power 6 ml,40%morphology and 30% fast motility, 20% slow motility, 10% immotile?
Yes: There are many male and female factors that contribute to fertility. The limited information provided falls within normal range. Normal semen analysis parameters: semen volume: >1.5 ml; total sperm number: 39 million per ejaculate; sperm concentration: 15 million/ml; sperm vitality: 58% live; progressive motility: 32%; total motility (progressive + non-progressive): 40%; normal morphology: 4.0% ...Read more
Sperm test 2/4/13 motility 70%, 7/5/13 motility 10%, 24/7/13 motility 12% with 4% progressive. Possible for motility to become good again over time?
Hard to tell: Based on the information provided, it is hard to tell what's going on and what will be in the future. More information is needed. ...Read more
Healthy lifestyle: By eating a healthy diet, maintaining a good weight, avoiding testicular overheating from saunas, hot tubs, etc., avoiding tobacco, and other substance abuse as well as exposure to toxins such as radiation and chemical exposure, you will be able to optimize your sperm count. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends how low ...: In general intrauterine insemination (iui) may help with mild to moderate sperm problems but ivf with icsi (intracytoplasmic sperm injection) is better for severe sperm problems. If semen analysis shows total motile counts (tmc) of less than 10 million on more than one sa, or IUI preparations have less than 2 million 'postwash' tmc (after the sperm is prepared) on a regular basis, icsi is needed. ...Read more
You can't (mostly): Most experts say you can't. Even if low you don't need to boost motility already in a normal range. Common sense like reduced alcohol and no tobacco helps some men, but it's a very small change. Men with anatomic abnormalities sometimes improve mot through surgery. Some fertility specialists and uroplogists have good experiences with using supplements and drugs, but no good studies back this up. ...Read more
My husband's sperm analysis report states sperm motile sm ql micro as 30% and sperm morphology as 0. Please help me understand this. ?
Does a semen analysis with 70% immotile sperm and zero fast progressive sperm mean that a man is infertile? Can the sperm quality be improved?
Here are some...: The parameters of your semen analysis for male infertility strongly suggests a very low likelihood to fertilize a timely waiting egg. How to improve it? You should bring this Q to your doctor assessing your infertility since s/he is the one who knows more about your individual specific situations than anyone online. Besides, female factors are known to contribute to some 45-55% of all infertility. ...Read more
Husban sperm count 60 sperm motility 90 normal form 9%elongted 2% small absent acrosomes 5% other abnormalities 84%good for IUI or natural conceive?
Sperm: If that is 60 , illiom, it should be good enough. ...Read more
4% progessive motility, poor morphology and low sperm count. Referred for ivf. What's more likely to be chosen, sperm injection or just normal ivf?
IVF: With that particular count, ivf seems to be the best option. ...Read more
Sperm analysis: 7.5ml, 60mil/ml, morphology 3%, motility 12% with 4% progressive. Possible to conceive naturally? Female tests normal.
Is it possible for my epididymis to be blocked where my semen analysis reports sperm count 225 mil/ml, motility 43%, morphology 2%, viability 71%?
Here are some...: It is possible but this question seems having no clinical pertinence for daily medical practice. To initiate an evaluation for your health concern, it is useful to follow instructions in articles listed in http://www.formefirst.com/onDealSickness.html. Best wish to health... ...Read more
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