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What does my sperm test reveal? What is the meaning of spermatozoa?

Sperm test done, what do the results mean good, bad so/so? Component Your result SPERM COUNT POST VASECTOMY , HPF 20 SPERM SPERMATOZOA, MOTILE % POST VASECTOMY, HIGH POWER FIELD YES ANALYSIS TIME, SEMEN 16:03 SEMEN VOLUME 1.0 SPERMATOZOA, NORMAL % 30 WBC COUNT, SEMEN 1 SPERM COUNT, SEMEN 21.8 SPERMATOZOA, IMMOTILE % 38 % SPERMATOZOA, NONPROGRESSIVELY MOTILE %, SEM FLD 24 % SPERM SLOW PROGRESSIVE %, SEMEN 33 % SPERM RAPID PROGRESSIVE %, SEMEN 6 % SPERM, PROGRESSIVELY MOTILE, TOTAL, SEMEN 8 m
Asked On : Sun, 14 Oct 2012
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Mar 2013
Hello
Thanks for your query.
Spermatozoa is the male egg ( sperm ) which when meets with the female egg ( ovum ), then it results in a pregnancy.
Please attach or upload your report clearly for me to comment further.
It appears as if you have had a vasectomy, but few sperm are still seen in your sample.
Take care.
Answered: Tue, 11 Jun 2013
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