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Semen analysis.Vol 3ml, total sperm 35mil/ml, 70% normal morphology,70% motility,liquefaction 30min,pH7.8,pus cells2-3hpf,RBC1-2/hpf.is the Report ok?
Okay, but...: Your semen analysis is okay, but its parameter is just a rough indicator of fertility since some 50% of its causes lie in female factors; 30%, in male's; 20% in both'female and male factors. So, seek comprehensive evaluation / counseling timely, or contact www.HealthTap.com/dr-Lin with RQPWJC to login; I can help. ...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
.amount 3ml,color greyish white, consistency viscous,liquifition 20 min,ph 7.5,sperm count 0.5m,PR 40%,NP 10%, Imotile 50%,normal 60%,abnormal 40,?
Here are some ..: Indeed, the sperm quality and quantity of semen is not as good as usually expected to favor impregnating a well-functioning female to conceive. Since you're already been evaluated to this extent, you should direct infertility-related issues to the treating urologist. Online inquiry wouldn't suffice to address them. So, seek pro-evaluation, test, follow-up, and counseling... ...Read more
My husband semen analysis test showed 100% abnormal sperm ,38% motility and 11.4 mil sperm count. Can we conceive normally without IVF ?
Sperm analysis: This is unlikely as he has 100% abnormal sperms. ...Read more
Odd question: Hair does not grow in the vagina. If you are asking if there can be light colored fuzz around a girls genitals,yes . ...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
What are chances of naturally conceiving: sperm count 13m, morphology 12% motility 70%. Female aged 30 fertility test results normal.
Fertility analysis of my husbands sperm. It came out as sperm count 29.0 X10 6/mL. sVolume was 6.2 , motility was 30% , what are chances of conceiving?
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%
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
I'm TTC wid 1tube open and Hubby's semen analysis:Total Sperm 35mil,Normal Morphology 70%,Pus cel 2-3,RBC 1-2.Unable to conceive wat may be the cause?
Trying to conceive): There are two components; the maternal and the paternal. Are you sure that you have ovulation ? and the ova is healthy,? That the hormones through the menstrual cycle are normal? for the implantation of the egg. On the other paternal side, the spermatozoa, must also be healthy, in morphology and motility. First once the sperm finding confirm that are normal, the second step is for you. It can be challenging with low morph because it makes it difficult based on the shape for the sperm to penetrate the egg. Kruger strict morphology testing is very helpful in predicting the fertilization capability of the sperm. For this test, freshly ejaculated sperm are smeared on a slide and stained using a morphology staining product for human sperm. Sperm are judged as normal based on the following criteria: Head must be oval in shape with smooth contours, 5-6 µm in length and 2.5 to 3.5 µm wide with the acrosome taking up 40-70% of the head. Neck and mid-piece must have no abnormalities and a cytoplasmic droplet (a remnant from sperm production) if present must not be larger than half the size of the head. Tail must not be coiled or bent and should not have a droplet at the end. After 200 individual sperm are counted at a magnification of 1,000 times, the percent normal forms is calculated. The prognosis is based on the following scale: >=15% normal: Normal range - Good prognosis 5-14% normal: Sub optimal range - Prognosis is fair to good, however, the lower the percent normal, the lower the chance of successful fertilization 0-4% normal: Poor prognosis - Will usually need IVF with intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) The Kruger strict morphology test can be highly subjective, therefore choosing a lab with extensive daily experience that can also correlate the results with fertilization in vitro is extremely important. Based on our experience we currently recommend a couple consider IVF with ICSI if the Kruger strict morphology is 5% or lower. Intrauterine insemination is often recommended for couples with Kruger results in the sub optimal but good prognosis range if there are no other factors that would prevent pregnancy. ...Read more
Can we consider this semen analysis count normal vol=5ml, count/ml=10million , count/ejac=50 million ?
Semen analysis, count :38mil/ml.Tot sprm:266, vol:7ml, ph:8 , viscosity:high, liq:1hr, motility:50% motile , 95%normal forms, pus/red cells:4-6, 0-1 hpf?
My sperm analysis result volume 4.5 count 62 million 40% motile 50 % nonmotile 10% slugish morphalogy 85% normal 15% abnormal. What does all of this mean? Is my sperm normal?
Yes, but ...: The values you quote are normal except the morphology value suggests the lab did not use the most up-to-date standard of "strict morphology". Further, there are additional sperm tests sometimes used if you are not achieving pregnancy in a normal number of months. Conception is a "team sport" and the fertility potential of your partner is just as important. See a specialist for details. ...Read more