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Fertility With Immature Sperm
Improve sperm qual: I agree with others but let me add that there are lifestyle changes that can improve sperm quality. Stop smoking, decrease alcohol, avoid heat situations like hot tubs, saunas and baths; extreme sports can also be a problem. If you are a body builder then no steroids or supplements with androgens (tricky, so read labels carefully). Sperm cycle is 75d, so change takes a while to see results. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Very premature is a condition in which a baby is delivered between 28 and 31 weeks' gestation. Depending on how premature, how sick, and how lucky or unlucky a baby is, he can get brain problems, cerebral palsy, blindness, deafness, developmental problems, learning disabilities, severe lung diseases, infection and loss of some intestines, etc... Babies who are only moderately premature usually ...Read more
Semen Analysis info: The semen analysis is performed on a fresh specimen within 2 hours of collection. Before testing, a period of 2-4 days of abstinence from ejaculation is recommended. The specimen is best collected by masturbation into a sterile container. This is most conveniently performed in the facility provided at the laboratory however collection at home is acceptable if it can be brought in within 1 hr. ...Read more
Microscopic eval: After liquifaction of the sperm sample an hour or so after ejaculation, a drop is placed in a small measured volume chamber, and sperm count and motility are measured under the microscope. Multiplying these values by the sperm volume gives a total motile sperm count, the best single measure of sperm quality. Many other measures exist. Automated systems are available for semen analysis. ...Read more
No reason for ....: Nutritional supplement of such has no reason to suppress egg production or hormonal change. But, for more detailing, please ask your Doc and work with her/him. Best wish... ...Read more
Sperm Donor: In nys anyone wishing to be a selected donor must contact a licensed sperm bank donate a sample and be screened multiple times over 6 months for sexually transmitted diseases. If you pass muster after 6 months quarantine the samples can be released for use. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
No: No evidence to support this.Get a more detailed answer ›
Probably nothing: Group B strep (GBS) is a normal bacteria in the genital area. Its main importance is that if in the vagina at the time of labor, the baby can be seriously infected. Typically it causes no symptoms in adults. However, if your semen otherwise has signs of infection, GBS might have something to do with it. Discuss with the doctor who advised the semen culture. ...Read more
Do mens sperm become less effective as they get older, and is the same true for womens eggs when it comes to fertility?
If sperm lasts 3-5 days after ejaculation, is it possible for them to live 6, 7 or more days? Does fertility chance decrease as days go by also?
I am starting to think my partner has some fertility issues in regards to his sperm. Is this an easy fix in general if we seek professional help?
Depends: You need a sperm analysis to really answer this question. And likely the 2 of you need to see a rei (reproductive endocrine and infertility) doctor to help you. They are going to give you the most precise answers to your questions. The fix as it were might be easy, or it might not, but impossible to tell without the information that you need. Good luck! ...Read more
My sperm is not hot, before it was hot, dose it impact on fertility. I got married 4 months ago but not get any results in manners of permanency ?
Please restate Q: I don't understand your phrase "hot" in reference to sperm. Are you speaking of temperature? Temperature of sperm should not affect fertility although temperature of your testes might (better to be cooler than warmer). Assuming that you didn't have sex until you got married last month (congratulations! by the way), that's not enough time to get pregnant even if you have sex several times daily. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Unlikely. : You are correct in that soybean contain phytoestrogens, which have weak hormonal activity and theoretically can reduce fertillity. There is, however, no conclusive evidence that it does, and many cultures which consume large amounts of soy do not have appreciably different rates of paternity and infertillity. No randomized trials exist, however, and this is an area of intense study. ...Read more
It doesn't : Men can be fertile well into old age. Over 50, there may start to be a gradual decline but no drastic decline. ...Read more
Male fertility: There aren't any male fertility treatments that are FDA approved that I'm aware of. Your partner will need to avoid tight fitting underwear or pants. He will need to avoid whirlpools and saunas as well because heat kills sperm. Certain medications like steroids can cause male infertility and should be avoided too. I would recommend your partner see his doctor as well. Good luck. ...Read more
No: No-unless allergic to components in it.Get a more detailed answer ›
At around what age does male fertility and sperm count begin to decline drastically? I look young.
I want to increase mainly male fertility through food items. I have a low sperm count. What is suggested?
I want to increase my male fertility through food items because I have low sperm count. What should I eat?
Fertility docs: is the technology to convert skin cells into sperm cells available yet? I read this in news couple years back.
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