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Teratospermia

What is Teratospermia?

Teratospermia is the presesense of deformed spermatozoa in semen. These sperms are not capable of fertilisation.

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i have 2 child 9 years & 6 years < but now wife is not geeting pegnent
my report semen fluid
sperm count : 20 million/ml , total sperm count 60 million ?ejaculate
motile spermatozoa 17%
grading of motility
rapid progressive : 00%
slow progressive : 17%
non progressive :09%
immatile : 74%
sprem morphlolgy
normal sperm 01%
head defect 95%
neck defect 76%
tail defect 24%
cytoplasmci proplet 08%
imressiom ASTHENO-TERATOZOOSPERMIA
Hi,

Thanks for your query.

I have read your query & I understand your concerns. Following are my comments & suggestions:

1) your total sperm count is normal. ( More than 20 million)

2) Your sperm motility is low. Active motility is zero. This is called Asthenospermia.

3) Your sperm morphology is...
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hi
volume 5.0 ml
Liquified /postwash
Sperm Count 0000/ml
Motility 40%
Poor 15%
Moderate 25%
Abnormal Forms 75% (tapered head,cytoplasmic dropletes,torticollis,
log tail,microcephalic,amorphous head,macrocephalic short tail, log tail.
white blood cells 0-1 HPF
Hi,

Thanks for your query.

I shall address your concern based on your current given information.

The abnormal forms seem to be on the high. And this is caused mostly due to the presence of antibodies. The rest of the findings are fine.

But, the plan of management depends on the cause of the...
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sir, i'm male /age37,height 5'6'',wght 66kgs,in my semen analysis found sperm count 45mill/mil,morphology 70% normal,motility 25%& pus cell++,I have no any other disease . what type of treatment or medicine(alternative) should I take? thanks
nasir,Bangladesh.
Hello
Thanks for writing to us

Your semen analysis report suggests infection with decreased sperm motility.
Infection is indicated by the presence of pus cells in semen. Normally there shouldn't be any pus cells in semen.
Infection may be due to prostatitis,UTI.
You need antibiotics for...
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i am married 10 years back,still i dont have any child.i was diagnosed as having ASTHENOTERATOZOOSPERMIA AND GRADE I BILATERAL VARICOCELE.WHAT SHOULD I DO TO OVERCOME MY PROBLEM?PLEASE HELP ME
Hi,
Thanks for the query.

Varicocele can affect the seminal quality by causing increased testicular temperature and venous reflex.
So your reduced sperm motility and abnormal forms can be because of that.

Now the treatment options depends on your wife's investigations:
-If she is not having any...
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Hi Doctor, My age is 28. Married for past 2 years and we are planning from past 5 months. Below are my semen analysis reports; Please advise the future course of action on the treatement : Thanks a lot.
Volume - 6 ML, Colour - Grayish opalescent, Viscosity - Normal, pH - 7.3, sperm agglutination - NO, Concentration - 7.5*10, Motility - NIL, remarks - Oligoasthenozoospermia.
Sperm Morphology - Normal 01%, abnormal 99%. remarks - Teratozoospermia.

My wife's Rubella IGG report : Positive
Value of test 27, Interpretation of value of test
<10 UI/ML - Negative, >=10&15 UI/ML - Equivocal, >=15 UI/ML - Positive.
Hi Manubarwal,

Thanks for the query.

Let me address your wife's problem first.Positive IgG test for rubella indicates prior infection of rubella virus.This can sometimes cause difficulty in conception.Some drugs are available that are prescribed for a few months before planning conception that...
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Dear Team

Need your help in decoding my testicular biopsy report. and please help me explain as to what exactlly the below report means in laymans language -

Testicular biopsy Report -
Gross examination - Multiple grey and white pieces of tissue together measuring 0.2x0.2x0.2x cm.
Microscopic examination -
Testicular biopsy shows seminiferous tubules containing germ cells in adequate number. the germ cells are present in various stages of
maturation up to the stage of spermatozoa. occasional tubules shows mildly thickened basement membrane while some show atrophic changes associated
with mild focal interstitial fibrosis. No granuloma seen.
Impression - testicular biopsy : Within normal limits.
Hello,

Thanks for your query.

From the details of the testicular biopsy, it seems that the testes appears to be anatomically normal.

But the semen analysis ( 2 reports) provided , it seems that you have Oligoasthenozoospermia and Teratozoospermia.

Oligoasthenozoospermia is a combination of:...
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I am a male 27 years of age, and 175cm tall. 85kg in weight. I've noticed that my sperm count is low. Altough i knew i had to abstain 3 days before the test, i did masturbate but DIDN'T ejaculate cause i knew that would have effected the test. Although i didn't ejaculate, would arousing effect the test? I was also questioning about the morphology because it seems that it is showing as 60-65% abnormal.
Basically i would like to know if i can have children or not.
thanks a lot.
Hi,
Thanks for the query.

No, sexual arousal does not affect the sperm count at all !

What's your sperm count ? motility ?

Whether the sperm are normally shaped or not - what is called their form or morphology. Ideally, a good sperm should have a regular oval head, with a connecting mid-piece and...
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Liquefaction time more than 60 min; Morphology: Bifid tail & Giant Head (58%); pH - 8.5; Motility: 1st Hour 50% (AM -20%; MM - 10%; SM - 20%) & 2nd Hr : 15% (AM -NIL; MM - 5%; SM - 10%). Is it normal? Can I be a father with natural intercourse or IVF is must?
Hello
Thanks for your health query.
I have gone through the two picture files attached, and unfortunately, they are not clear enough.
You have typed some of the information, but to conclusively help you, may I request you to attach clearer pictures of the reports please ?
Looking forward to...
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Hi, i'am 36 years male and married for 5 years as of now and do not have any kids so far. When i underwent the Semen Analysis test, the report stated as Asthenoteratozoospermia with the following results :
Total No. Spermatoazoa/ml = 22.0 million / ml
Total No. Spermatoazoa/Ejaculation = 44.0 million / Ejaculation
Total Motility PR + NP % = 15%
Rapid Linear Progression = 00 %
Slow Linear Progression = 10 %
Non Progression = 05 %
Immotile = 85 %
Vitality = 20 %
Leukocytes = 8.3 %
Could you please advise if i can overcome this issue as i'am worried about the age factor.
Thanks in advance.
Hello,
Your report says that your total sperm count is good.But the motility of the sperms is low.The morphology of the sperms is abnormal In such cases,due to abnormal morphology,poor motility etc the quality of the sperms is poor.You should take the following precautions:
Avoid smoking.
Avoid...
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Sir, I had a analysis today and report is as follows

Morphology     

Normal          -     4%
Abnormal     -     96%
Head defects     -     75%
Mid piece defects     20%
Tail defect     -     1%

Vitality           -     85%

Other findings     -     1-3 pc Occ epi cells, 4-5 imm sperms cells are mostly acrosomeless sperms are seen.

Please go through my medical history filled in herewith and explain the situation?
Hello,
Thanks for posting your query.
I have the report attached with this query.
There are 96% sperms with abnormal morphology suggestive of Teratospermia or teratozoospermia - a condition characterized by the presence of sperms with abnormal morphology that affects fertility in males.

Normal...
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