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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
Why?: Sperm retrieval is a special procedure to micro-surgically procure sperms from testis in men with no sperm in semen from congenital blockage of vas deferens for artificial insemination. But for post-vasectomy infertility, microscopic vasectomy reversal would be more effective and of less cost. So, there is no practical reason to bother with microsurgical sperm retrieval. More? Talk with doc timely. ...Read more
May be few...: The clear slippery fluid as pre-cum upon sex arousal may contain few sperms but way below the recommended count & concentration for sterilization. If concerned about pregnancy, always have the partner do HPT in 7-10 days after missing her period and repeat it in another 7-10 days if the first HPT is (-) & still in doubt. More? Seek evaluation and counseling. ...Read more
So: What is your question? As a young man, what are your plans ? and what is behind your decision ? No doctor would submit to your request unless there is a VERY VALID REASON. Seek some advice............................ ...Read more
Count is 10 million .. Slugghish motile sperm 25%... Using this immotile sperm will icsi success ? Already we have 2 failed icsi ..
It should work!: Icsi (injecting a sperm into an egg) bypasses poor motility and should succeed. If you have failed two ivf/icsi cycles, i strongly suggest you defer a third cycle, gather up your records, and undergo a second opinion consult at a facility that has a high ivf success rate (you can see mine, for example, at: http://ivfmd.Com/eng/statistics_1.Htm most of my patients conceive on cycle #1! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My sperm production is normal but vas deferens obstructed. If I undergo sperm aspiration, will there be enough sperms to be used for IVF without ICSI?
Can using PESA method retrieve enough sperms to fertilize egg using ivf without going through ICSI?
An office procedure: Insemination in an office setting is a short safe procedure. A speculum exam is done (like a Pap smear), the cervix prepped, and a very small soft catheter (tubing) inserted through the cervix to introduce the sperm. Most specialists put sperm inside the uterus (IUI), although it can also be deposited in the cervix (ICI). Most women describe the procedure as trivial to minor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is it possible for my epididymis to be blocked where my semen analysis reports sperm count 225 mil/ml, motility 43%, morphology 2%, viability 71%?
Here are some...: It is possible but this question seems having no clinical pertinence for daily medical practice. To initiate an evaluation for your health concern, it is useful to follow instructions in articles listed in http://www.formefirst.com/onDealSickness.html. Best wish to health... ...Read more
Yes: Ejaculation is a sympathetic nervous system event and once those nerves have reached their target of excitation, you can not prevent the release. Some people think that by pressing and squeezing at the tip of the penis will prevent that, but that is not true. A back flow of sperm into the ejaculatory ducts, urethra and even baldder may occur. ...Read more
Removing 4 impacted wisdom teeth (local anaesthetric) + minor cosmetic procedure (little blood loss only local anesthetic)with abitlow iron lvl risk?
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