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Low Sperm Motility And Morphology
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
As used in pathology, this is the abnormal shapes and arrangements of organs, tissues, cells, and components of cells that enable the diagnosis of disease and help to understand its impact. Some diseases involve only abnormal function of normal-appearing parts and thus ...Read more
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
Total motile sperm 63 mil with 80% normal morphology and 30% motility is that good? Does total motile sperm count matter more than individual readings
Good: Those numbers are all good; better than average. Usually total motile normal is more important than individual parameters, but sometimes an individual number will rule if it is significantly out of the normal range. ...Read more
At least 3 herbs are proven to improve sperm count/motility: maca, tongkat ali and mucuna pruriens. There's also evidence that ginseng, ashwagandha and tribulus may help. Standardized extracts are available. Other nutrients like zinc and l-carntine/acetly-l-carnitine can help too. See https://tinyurl.com/yxo7m8h3
Most important might be to avoid GMO's/eat organic and detoxify.See book in image. ...Read more
My total motile sperm count was 63 million and normal mprphology was 80%, count per/ml 30 million and motility was 30% would low motility b an issue?
Yes, it can be...: Oveall, the quality of your semen is good to fertilize a waiting egg although motility is on low side. Are there some or many white blood cells in the semen? Are your sex partner being evaluated and well for conceiving? So, ask , talk, and work with doctor. Best wish... ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How much should be the motility in sperm count semen analysis is normal volume 3.9 total count 38.1 million ejaculate is 148.5?
See answer: 2010 world health organization (who) reference values are the most widely used. Normal values are: volume 1.5-6.0 ml; count >15 million/ml; total sperm count: >39 million; motility: >50%; progressive motility >32%, normal morphology >4%. Some feel the most important single number in the semen analysis evaluation is the total progressively motile sperm per ejaculate which should be ? 12.5 million. ...Read more
Possible: Although normal sperm morphology is important in conceiving, a low value may be compensated by higher sperm counts and increased motility. It does take 100's of millions of normal sperm to "get the job" done, you may benefit by concentrating the sample and considering doing intrauterine insemination or iui. Make sure the rest of your testing is normal. Good luck. ...Read more
Is it normal(sperm)? Vol:4.5ml ph:9 liquefaction:43 sperm conc:37.6mil sperm count: 169.2 mil motility 90%(grade2-10%,grade3-80%) nrmal mrphology-87%
With assistance.: Testosterone is not usually the issue regarding successful fertilization. It is the need for sperm to reach the egg. With poor mortality, sperm do not swim vigorously enough to get to the fallopian tubes to meet an egg. Low sperm counts mean few sperm available for journey. Talk with a specialist. S/he may first try injecting sperm into the uterine cavity then recommend in vitro fertization. ...Read more
See below: Normal motility should be >50% motile. Most important number is total motile sperm count (volume x concentration x motility) normal total count would be >40 million, but numbers can vary up to 50% day to day. <20 million total is concerning, <10 million is very low. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Semen analysis report: count 30 million volume 7, pH 7.5, motility 30%, normal morphology 80%, viscosity good. Total motile sperm 63 mil. Good?
Semen: Your count of 30 million is good although your motility is low. Volume is over the top. ...Read more
My sperm count 15 million per ml and volume 3 ml and normal sperm 80% amd motilty 55% is that normal????
Not normal: A sperm count of 15 million, with 80 % normal and 55 % motility is not normal. But there is no reason to despair. While the chances of impregnating an egg are lower, it takes only one sperm to fertilize an egg and conception is determined by many more factors than the sperm count. ...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
Semen analysis. Volume 7.0, viscosity normal, pH 7.5, count 30 million, motility 30 morphology 20. What are chances of getting pregnant with this result.
Unknown: 7 x 30= 210 million x 30% = 70 million x 20% = 14 million total available sperm this is low. There is no percent chance that i can give you unfortunately. It only takes one tho. There is some theoretical risks of taking Propecia (finasteride) with the pregnancy. Talk to your doctor about that. You may need to stop the med first. The low total sperm number may require inseminations. See your wifes gyn. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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