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What are motile sperm?

What are motile sperm?

Moving sperm: Motile sperm is referred to sperm that are able to move. It does not neccessarily mean that they are quality sperm as they may not move in the right direction, poor speed, short lived motility, etc. ...Read more

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Sperm (Definition)

This sperm is a reproductive cell from the male that either carries a x or an y chromosome that will fertilize the egg cell from the female in order ...Read more


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My sperms are 5millions sluggishly motile and 15 millions are non motile, is i.u.i. possible or not?

More difficult but..: Certainly less likely, but a the same time not impossible. There are various procedures that can be done by a doctor to enhance your changes of having success. ...Read more

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Few sperms are seen with non motile and abnormal morphology after 3 months with good poor motile and normal morphology Is this good news ?

Few sperms are seen with non motile and abnormal morphology after 3 months with good poor motile and normal morphology 
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Unclear for answer..: Why did you have semen exam? For male infertility or after vasectomy? And the specifics of findings in semen exam are not clear enough to deduce their significance. Hence, please rewrite the details on specifics & relevance of your concerns so my colleagues & I can answer your question to the point for your need. Best wish... ...Read more

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Is it possible to perform icsi with non motile sperm?

Yes, IF: There are generally two types of immotile sperm: those that aren't moving because they can't and those that aren't moving because they are dead (called necrospermia). If the sperm is dead, icsi won't work. ...Read more

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What can I do if my actively motile is 20 and sperm count is 1.0 what should I do to increase it?

What can I do if my actively motile is 20 and sperm count is 1.0 what should I do to increase it?

See Provider: Sperm count and motility can be affected by many different hormonal and physical conditions. You should see a physician that specializes in male fertility -usually a urologist. A common mistake i see is patients taking testosterone in an effort to improve sperm count. External testosterone (pills, cream, shots) will actually decrease sperm production and make things worse. I hope this answer helps. ...Read more

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My sperm count report is as follows: sperm count 20 mil, motile 5%.Now is there any possibilities to get a child?

My sperm count report is as follows: sperm count 20 mil, motile 5%.Now is there any possibilities to get a child?

Low: The chances for pregnancy with motility this low without treatment are quite poor but they are not zero. Normal motility is 50%. You should consider rechecking this and if it still low see a urologist to see if there is anything they can do. It is likely you will need ivf to get pregnant. ...Read more

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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?

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

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How motile is the sperm in precum and does it die quicker because its not in semen?

How motile is the sperm in precum and does it die quicker because its not in semen?

Pre-ejaculate: Most studies have shown low levels of sperm or no sperm in pre-ejaculate. Sperm are usually not motile. One small study published in 2011 showed that there are some individuals with a high sperm count in pre-ejaculate. See: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3564677/ ...Read more

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