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SFA test morphology shows 61.00% head defects. Advice?

Whats the meaning of this SFA test concentration 11.77M/ml motility progressive(PR) 26.19% Non - progressive (NP) 16.67% Motile 42.86% Rapid progressive (type A) 11.9% Medium progressive (type B) 14.29% Non progressive(type C) 16.67% Immotile (Type D) 57.14% Morphology Normal 39.00% Head defects 61.00% Tail defects 0.00 % ABnormal 61.00 % Midpiece defects 0.00% Cytoplasmic droplets 0.00%
Asked On : Thu, 14 Mar 2013
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Sep 2012
Hello, Welcome to HCM, I am Dr. Das

Look, your semen analysis report indicates normal sperm count (normal is > 15 ml as per WHO 2010).

The motility is lower than normal limit (as per WHO 2010, grade a should be >25% or all total >50%).

The Normal sperm count is also within normal limit (as per WHO 2010, normal sperm should be > 04%).

The pus cells, RBCs are within normal limit.( as per WHO 2010, normal semen should not contain any pus cells or RBCs).

for the motility problem, you can take coenzyme q and vitamin E.

Answered: Thu, 14 Mar 2013
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