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Had sperm analysis. Is reports normal? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 10-Aug-2013
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User:My husbands sperm morphology abnormality of head is 02 % and tail is 1%, is it a normal report
Doctor:I need to read the entire report to comment on it
Doctor:However, this report is normal
User:what details do you need
Doctor:The values that you have mentioned here are normal
User:his rapid progressive (iii & iv) is 60%
User:and sperm count is 55 million
Doctor:The report is normal
User:i had a history of 3 miscarriages
Doctor:Sorry about that
User:but we have not identified any reason to it
Doctor:Your husband's report is normal
Doctor:Is APLS ruled out?
User:I have done my thyroid test
User:it is normal
Doctor:Is APLS ruled out?
User:my torch test says Rubella igG antibodies Positive (21.3)
User:what is APLS?
Doctor:Rubella test is normal
User:what is APLS?
Doctor:Anti-phospholipid syndrome
User:how do we do that?
Doctor:It is a condition for which specialized tests are to be done
Doctor:The test can be done at expert infertility centers
User:I generally start bleeding in the 5th week and by sack falls by itself
User:this time i had preserved the sack and send the sample for chromosomal analysis
User:Reports are awaited
User:however we do not have any history of abnormility in either families
User:what does APLS test tell us?
Doctor:IT tells us if you have an auto-immune disease or auto-antibody disease that causes recurrent pregnancy loss
User:Do you suggest that we go and get it done?
Doctor:I suggest you get this done
User:Thank you doctor.
Doctor:Pleasure is mine
Doctor:Let me know the chromosomal analysis report when it arrives
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