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Minimum Sperm Count For Pregnancy
Here are some. ..: This parameter for semen quality is not certain and one has to consider other parameters such as sperm concentration, total sperm counts, sperm motility, etc. To sperm concentration, it is usually desirable to be 15-20 millions per ml. In reality, concentration poses the odd of probability. More? Ask Doc timely. ...Read more
When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more
If my healthy sperm count is only 2%, do I need to see an endocrinologist? What is the minimum acceptable healthy sperm percentage?
Double check results: A normal result contains 60% of normal sperm (motility& structure), a count of 20-150 million sperm per mL as well as normal volume. A result of 2% should be rechecked. Two or more semen samples should be checked over time to ensure accuracy of results. Recent intercourse, recent illness, incomplete ejaculation, poor collection, use of recreational drugs, alcohol or tobacco all affect sperm count ...Read more
I masturbate every day it will reduce my sperm counting or it will affect my test so my wife catches on?
Debatable: The most important, measurable semen parameters are total sperm count (should be >40 million/ejaculate), sperm concentration (should be >20 million/ml of semen), and motility (normal ranges vary by laboratory). Poorly motile sperm, known as asthenospermia, can be a cause of male-factor infertility. There are many correctible causes - I recommend seeing an urologist. ...Read more
Probably not...: Considering the high fastidious requirements for sperms to survive, move, and swim, those sperms trapped between glans penis and foreskin if any probably would not be good for fertilizing a timely waiting egg. Nonetheless, do HPT in a week after missing period and repeat it if the first test is (-) and still in doubt. ...Read more
As early as 1 week: Symptoms of pregnancy can occur as early as 1 week and often by 2 weeks after fertilization and are often confused with symptoms of an impending period. Symptoms can include: cramping, mild spotting of blood for implantation of embryo; nausea and food aversions, and breast swelling. ...Read more
No: Definitely not with normal intercourse, no worries. ...Read more
7-10 days: You may have a positive test as early as a week. However, it could take as long as 14 days to get a positive test depending on the over-the-counter test. ...Read more
Low chance: I would say it is less likely to get pregnant, but cannot totally rule out the possibility. Good luck! ...Read more
Is it safe doing sex during 9th month pregnancy? If yes, Can sperm be left inside during 9th month pregnancy
Is it possible the if sperm escaped during the pullout method 4 days before ovulation could cause a pregnancy?
Some websites say that sperm can go through a single thin layer such as an underwear & cause pregnancy. Is this true?
Once water in toilet seat is flushed would the sperm in it be flushed away as well causing no possibility of pregnancy?
99.999% not pregnant: Sperm die very quickly unless they are either still in man's urethra or inside woman's vagina or uterus. Live sperm have enter upper vagina before there is chance of pregnancy. Always good hygiene to wipe strange toilet seats before using & use condom for sex if you don't want to get pregnant. ...Read more
During sex if we are not using any protection and also not released the sperm inside so is there any possibilities of pregnancy?
Pregnancy is not possible if both partners have pants on as sperms cant pass through two pants & two underwears. Is this completely correct?
Is there any evidence of incidental pregnancy occurring as a result of a woman touching a doorknob which may have had sperm/semen residue on it?
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