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What is the best no side effect depression medication - for single 34 female - low blood viscosity - heart fast rate - cold hands & legs always?
I think I understand: You are asking what keeps the viscosity of blood within a narrow range. It's physical chemistry -- the blood must contain either some very abnormal red cells, a great oversupply of red cells, or abundant gigantic protein molecules (notably excess igm) before the viscosity of the blood will alter. For serum, the viscosity reflects abnormal proteins. ...Read more
Yes...: Can be. ...if not diagnosed and treated. ...Read more
Muscuos-y: Think of spit or snot that is slippery and very runny. But not thick snot that is a glob when you blow it out and can pick it up off the ground. ...Read more
I had semen analysis done results stated incomplete semen. Liquefication, high abnormally viscoity and morphology. I was checked for prostatic?
Yes, it may: Depending on how high is your serum viscosity level and off course- what the cause of the elevation of serum viscosity- some serious problem can happen. When the serum viscosity is above certain level -above 4- you could have symptoms like headaches, chest pain, shortness of breath, stroke-like symptoms etc. The higher the level the higher your risk is. Discuss in detail with your doctor. ...Read more
Very low sperm count. Low morphology. And viscosity is vicious. What should be done to improve them all. Plz guide in detail.
Short answer only: HealthTap is a short answer format only. I'd suggest repeating the test again making certain the circumstances (abstinence, time to get sample to lab) are perfect. If it's still low see a doctor. You can also do an online consultation with HealthTap doctors, but not in the short answer boxes. Good luck! ...Read more
My husbands sperm count are very low as well as him morphology is 25%? His viscosity is vicious. What should he do to reach normal range?
Men can take clomid (clomiphene): Men too can take Clomid (clomiphene) to Increase their sperm counts. Doses and timing is different than women. It may take them longer, few months to see results. Talk to a Endocrinologist or reproductive endocrinology. Now adverse effects of all drugs before starting any therapy. ...Read more
What is the best antihistamine or best thing to take to reduce the amount and viscosity of mucus? Otc stuff hasn't been working. Thanks!
NONE: Antihistamines will increase mucous viscosity. Increasing fluid intake and use of guafenisen will decrease mucous viscosity. ...Read more
My husband has low sperm count of 4 million. His viscosity is vicious. While morphology is 25%.How to bring is count to normal? Plz help as I m hopless.
First, both of you should be evaluated for infertility if you have been trying for over 1y to conceive a child.
Second, he needs to be examined for varicocele and also have another semen analysis. There are multiple treatment avenues, but first he needs to see a urologist. ...Read more
Polycythemia vera: Yes, pcv is associated with increased risk of clots and possible death. ...Read more
I donated blood recently and I was told that my blood viscosity is pretty high. What can I do about it?
Hi, I have done my sperm analysis. My viscosity is abnormal and motility is less than 10 %. What should be the causes for it? Thanks
I have a low volume of semen. Counts 22mill cell Volume 3.5ml Viscosity watery Motility 30% no actively molity, 70% dead cell what can I do?
You need additional tests to look for the cause of your low sperm count and other possible causes of male infertility. These can include:
• Scrotal ultrasound.
• Hormone testing.
• Post-ejaculation urinalysis.
• Genetic tests. When sperm concentration is extremely low, genetic causes could be involved. A blood test can reveal whether there are subtle changes in the Y chromosome — signs of a genetic abnormality. Genetic testing might also be ordered to diagnose various congenital or inherited syndromes.
• Testicular biopsy.
• Anti-sperm antibody tests. These tests, which are used to check for immune cells (antibodies) that attack sperm and affect their ability to function, are not common.
• Specialized sperm function tests. A number of tests can be used to check how well your sperm survive after ejaculation, how well they can penetrate an egg and whether there's any problem attaching to the egg. Generally, these tests are rarely performed and often do not significantly change treatment recommendations.
• Transrectal ultrasound. A small lubricated wand is inserted into your rectum to check your prostate, and for blockages of the tubes that carry semen (ejaculatory ducts and seminal vesicles). ...Read more
How well does "serum viscosity" blood test correlate to "whole blood viscosity"? Under what circumstances could 1st be norma and 2nd be high?
I had my semen analysis yesterday report says Volume 3ml Super count 50million Viscosity is high Liquification time is 2hrs Motality is 60% Ph 7.5 Is it ok. I am worried about viscosity and liquification time. Please help Any medicines?
Semen analysis: The semen analysis as above is normal except for the liquefaction which is more that 20 minutes and abnormal. However if your female significant other evaluation is normal and she is unable to conceive in one year, you can ask your gynecologist for a trial of insemination with a processed sperm as an option. ...Read more
Is there a difference between a fertile sperm and infertile sperm? I mean the shape and the viscosity
Here are some...: The significance of sperm shape and semen viscosity has evolved & changed over the decades especially over the past 10-15 yrs. Currently, normal sperm shape appears in only about 4%, and semen is expected to liquefy in 30 minutes; if not, high viscosity is considered but its significance remains unknown. For infertility, make sure both parties need to be simultaneously evaluated and counseled. ...Read more
What does a blood viscosity of 0.44 mean? The doctor said it's " normal" but I have no clue what it means.
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
Semen analysis. Volume=7.3, ph=7.5, motility=30%, normal morphology=80%, count=30million, viscosity normal. Is this test good for becoming a father?
Analysis, Not Odds: A semen analysis evaluates several important aspects of ejaculate. The most important are volume of ejaculate, concentration of sperm, % moving, % moving mostly straight, and the appearance of the sperm. If your count is 30m then you have a low sperm count (< 15m/cc) (30m/7.3 cc = 4.1 m/cc) with reduced motility if this has been your only test, recheck it in 6 weeks. See a urologist if persists. ...Read more
What are the chances of natural conception with semen analysis volume 7ml, count 30 mil, motility 30%, pH 7.5, normal morphology 80%, viscosity normal.
Your values: Are in the normal range except that motility is slightly low, but can vary from one analysis to another. It should be sufficient if you have a fertile partner. ...Read more
Does propranolol 10 or fluoxetine 10 scale the blood viscosity up or down? Could they dilute the blood?
No: Blood viscosity can be much more affected by dehydration than by propanolol or fluoxetine. Make sure you're drinking plenty of fresh water -- at least half your body weight in ounces daily. For instance, if you weigh 200 pounds, drink at least 100 ounces of water/day. Alcohol and soft drinks don't count! ...Read more