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One Testicle Sperm Count
The testicles are the two oval male gonads, or reproductive glands, located in the scrotum. The seminiferous tubules of the testis are the site of spermatogenesis and its leydig cells secrete testosterone. The term testicles is synonymous with testes or gonads. The singular form is ...Read more
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
Hematology test sperm count 99% motility sperm75% volume sperm 3.8 liquefication sperm ****1 is he good?
Here are some ...: The punctuations in the question are not clear so I would just assume the report as follows: Sperm count at 99% of percentile score; sperm motility at 75%; semen volume at 3.8 cc; and semen liquefied at 1 minute. If so, yes, his semen analysis for male infertility is good in favor of impregnating a suitable female. ...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%
No: These two issues have absolutely no correlation with each other. ...Read more
Hi doc, please comment my semen analysis;volume-2ml, total sperm count 56 m/ml, motility-30%, sluggish-20%, dead sperm-15%, morphology-35%...I am normal?
Low in ...: The report showed low in motility, maturity, etc. Which makes your sperms less likely to fertilize the waiting egg. But remember: some 10-15% of couples can not have pregnancy under unprotected sex for 1 yr; 50% of times are caused by female factors; 30%, by males'; and 20 %, by both male and female factors. So, see, ask, and work with doctor timely. Best wish ... Always. ...Read more
Sperm analysis: volume=5ml, total sperm count=66million, active=55%, sluggish=20%, non motil=25%, pus cells=many, epithilial cells=8---10 is this normal?
Hot Rocks!?: Many people believe that the varicocele increases the heat in the scrotum. The heat may be the cause of sperm damage. Not every varicocele causes a decrease in semen quality. Sperm motility is often most affected. Surgery or embolization can be helpful but often it is unclear if needed. Always check partner too. I like sperm function tests like acrosome reaction to help decide on treatment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
If it takes just 1 sperm to fertile egg, y r men with low sperm count infertile. Does precum really cause pregnancy?
Odds ratio: Sperm have to swim upstream the equivalent of a human swimming 8 miles. Not all of them will survive. The odds are better of 1 making the journey if there are millions to start. Pre ejaculatory fluid can contain enough sperm per drop so one might make it to the egg. Thanks for trusting HealthTap! ...Read more
Can we consider this semen analysis count normal vol=5ml, count/ml=10million , count/ejac=50 million ?
Male partner shv, semen vol 1.5, sperm count 57, motility 14, normal forms 4, leukocytes 1. What's our chance of pregnancy thru iui?
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
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