Semen analysis - check the sperm count, motility and morphology

Semen analysis - check the sperm count, motility and morphology





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Semen analysis - check the sperm count, motility and morphology
Posted in 2014

This is a very simple and important test and should be done early in the evaluation process. Sometimes the test should be done 2, or even 3 times to get an accurate reflection of the numbers and their variation over time.
The most important parameters in a semen analysis are:
Concentration (often called "count") - how many sperm are in each ml of semen?
Motility - what percent of them are swimming forward?
Morphology - what percent of them are normally shaped?
Cutoff values for normal vary somewhat, depending on the lab and the interpreter.
The World Health Organization's 5th edition of "normal semen analysis" values are shown below
Semen Analysis Parameter Normal Values
Volume 1.5 ml or more
pH > or equal to 7.2
Sperm concentration 15,000,000/ml or more
Total motility 40% or more
Progressive motility 32% or more
Morphology 4% or more normal forms (Strict criteria)
Vitality 58% or more live
White blood cells Less than 1,000,000/ml
If a severe male factor defect is found, the amount of testing on the female is often reduced. Treatments, such as inseminations or in vitro fertilization can then be started more directly.
Generally every one says that their sperm count is normal but to have healthy child we should consider Sperm Count, Motility and Morphology.




My advise
1.....  Exercise and sleep have been shown to improve sperm count.
2...  Smoking has long been known to reduce overall health, sperm production, and quality.
3...  Alcohol, junk food, unhealthy life style, unhealthy food will reduce sperm quality.
   4...    Avoid several prescription medications
Some prescription medications can potentially decrease the healthy production of sperm. Once a person stops taking the drug, his sperm count should return to normal or increase.
Medications that temporarily reduce the production and development of sperm include:
  • some antibiotics
  • anti-androgens
  • anti-inflammatories
  • antipsychotics
  • corticosteroids
  • anabolic steroids (up to 1 year recovery time)
  • exogenous (outside) testosterone
  • methadone
 5...  Eat healthy food, develop positive thinking and drink sufficient water to develop sperm quality


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