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Semen analysis, low morphology due to amorphous heads - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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User :   I have low morphology due to amorphous heads.
I just completed a semen analysis. volume was normal, concentration was normal, motility was normal, prog motility was normal and morphology was subfertile. does this mean i am not able to have kids?
Doctor :   Hi,
User :   hello
User :   what is the answer to my question.
Doctor :   Can you explain the morphology report little bit in detail ?
User :   Note says. Low morphology due to amorphous heads
Doctor :   no , that alone does not render one infertile
Doctor :   you can have kids
User :   I am planing for IVF. Should I be alright?
Doctor :   thats a very good option
Doctor :   may not be a necessary , but very helpful
User :   I am doing a surrogacy with an egg donor. do I need more tests or not. evrything else was normal. what is the rate of sucess with this type of condition
Doctor :   with IVF you can achieve about >85 % conception chances
User :   so subfertile does't mean much. is there is a risk I won't be able to fertillize an egg?
Doctor :   there is risk , but since the number and motility is good , one amongst the normal morphology will surely fertilize
User :   what is actualy the key factor here? what test result would hendered me from being able to be fertile/
Doctor :   the sperm hydrolase test is one which can say how sub-fertile are the sperms
User :   I am reading the rest of the test results and evrything is withing rage. but the morhology. should I ahve any concern?
User :   that was bad spelling. I am nervous.
Doctor :   not at al , as i told you may be at risk of infertility but very negligible
User :   what is your final recomendation?
Doctor :   consume foods containing selenium and zinc they help in correcting the sperm morph
User :   what causes this kind of atrophy?
Doctor :   nutritional cause is the main one and other being drugs
User :   I undergo medical treatment when I was in colege for unprotected sex. I was advise of it. I was 16 and I din't care.
Doctor :   What treatment was it ?
User :   I was contaminated with a bacteria for having unproteted anal sex.
User :   the one found on feces
Doctor :   ok, that may not be a cause here , unless it was treated with drugs which affected the sperm development
User :   yes it was. and I was advised of it. question does this condition have any effect at the genetic level, or fetus deformity or any kind of abnormality during the development of the embrio?
Doctor :   no,
User :   ok. well any other comment before I go.
Doctor :   yes, please
User :   well nothing come to mind. do you have any sugestion or coment.
Doctor :   If you planning for IVF , wells its a good go
Doctor :   Foods with Zinc and selinium are good
User :   what are those?
Doctor :   also take almonds , profits are recorded
User :   thank you. good bye
Doctor :   i would ask you to take preparations which do contain these minerals like one from Ensure , nutrilite etc
Doctor :   you are welcome
Doctor :   Thanks for consulting me , kindly provide your feedback
Doctor :   Bye
Doctor :   take care
User :   thanks
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