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Semen Analysis Non Viable
Viability: A complete semen analysis will also measure the sperm for viability. Even though he sperm may not be moving underneath the microscopic field, it may still be alive. The viability measures the percentage of sperm that are alive that are moving and the ones that made be alive and not moving. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Semen testing: Sperm motility and morphology in semen analysis are difficult tests to standardize, and tend to be subjective. Additionally, correlation with fertility is not absolute. Pregnancies can occur with low counts and poor motility. That said, ths result should not discourage you from the chance of being a father. Be a good one! ...Read more
Is this semen analysis result normal- volume= 1ml, count= 87million, 60% actively motile, 20% sluggish & 20% non motile?
Semen analysis of my hubby1st test active motile 35%sluggish 07%non motile 58%2nd test active 47%sluggish18%nonmotile35%any tablet required please help?
Insufficient info: You need to talk w/your doctors, not the internet. You did not provide enough information to even give an opinion, . ...Read more
Suggesting....: As an important initial part of evaluating male infertility, it confirms the volume, viscosity, liquefaction time, sperm count, maturity, morphology, and motility so to understand and appreciate the quality and quantity of semen to suggest its favorableness to fertilize the egg. ...Read more
Here are some ...: Semen exam is largely done for two conditions: 1. post-vasectomy exam to just confirm if sperm is still present or note so to assure infertility after vasectomy and 2. semen analysis to investigate the volume, viscosity, time to liquefy, total sperm count, sperm concentration, pus cells in semen, sperm shape, maturity, and motility so to suggest the degree of fertility. ...Read more
Have a dr. explain: It's all important, for different reasons. One way of simplifying a sa is to multiply the total count (concentration * volume) by the %motility * %morphology to get a total-motile-normal count. That said, you really can't understand a sa from a short explanation, ask the responsible doctor to explain it! ...Read more
Semen Analysis: First I'd suggest ask the doctor who ordered it to explain it to you. If that's not possible, if you can write out clearly what the results are (please copy carefully and do not use your own abbreviations) we might be able to help review it online. ...Read more
What do you suggest if my husband just had a semen analysis and was wondering if I could get help reading it?
I've done a lot of recreational drugs the past 3 years. Now I stopped should I get a semen analysis to see if everything is OK? will my semen recover?
No: People do not get semen analyses unless they are having infertility problems. So, if a guy is married, settled down, happily having lots of sex with his likewise happy wife, and they have not gotten pregnant after 9-12 months of trying, then do consider a semen analysis. Otherwise, just hope the need for semen analysis never comes. ...Read more
Got my semen analysis result today. Can you tell me briefly what are the normal semen analysis result. So that I can compare mine to your given.thank?
See below: Most recent World Health Organization normal reference values (2010): •Semen volume: >1.5 ml •Sperm count: >15 million/ml •Total sperm number: >39 million per ejaculate •Vitality: >58% live sperm •Progressive motility: >32% •Total motility: >40% •Sperm morphology: >4% normal forms Other values that various labs may report: •pH: 7.2-7.8 •White blood cells count: <1 million cells/ml ...Read more
Semen analysis for my partner is 50% actively motile, 10% sluggish, 40% non motile. Pus cells present. Is it ok?. Thanks
My semen analysis shows 50% active, 10% sluggish and 40% non motile. Is this normal . The volume is 1.2 ml and count is120 million / ml?
Abnormal...: Sperm motility and semen volume is slightly below the low end of "normal range". But make sure the semen is collected with glass container and submitted to lab within 15-30 minutes after its collection from a "full" arousal and orgasm after at least 2-3 days of abstinence. If two testes are required, collect semen specimens at 2.5 months apart because a full cycle of sperm formation takes 74 days. ...Read more
My husband's semen analysis result came as 80 million sperm( avg 40-120 milln)actve mobility-65% sluggish 5% non mobilty 30 and abnormal 3% plz advise?
Can't answer: I can'y answer a question based on a 3rd party ...Read more
Can we consider this semen analysis count normal vol=5ml, count/ml=10million , count/ejac=50 million ?
I want to undergo semen analysis test. can u please tell me for how many days one should abstain from ejaculation before going for test?
Whats the best way to collect a semen analysis to collect sample in office or home and if at home how do u store it before arriving to office?
Either way: Collecting semen can be done either in the office or at home. If at home, however, make sure you keep the specimen warm (at body temperature), bring it in to the lab within one hour, and make sure the lab is capable of performing the test, as some smaller lab collection sites do not do the test. ...Read more
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