Posted by: weja | 2009/07/21

infertility/semen analysis

Im 35 yrs old active male, recently had semen analysis. the test results were as folows
viscosity-1.0, volume-2.5, sperm count-7.9 *L, motility-60%, mfp-2(normal), (morphology) normal forms-2 L, amorphous 95% , tapered 3%. the odds ratio for infertiltity-6.3
it was recommended that I repeat the tests after 6 weeks.
what can you advise to improve my chances of having a healthy sperm for better chance of procreating, its been 4yrs without luck, my spouse is perfectly normal according to her gynae.

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Dear Weja

It appears that your infertility is certainly related to a severe male factor problem. The presence of a very low sperm count and in addition only 2% normal forms indicates a low chance of a spontaneous pregnancy. The possibility of your requiring assisted reproductive techniques is very high. Most medications containing multi-vitamins and nutrients have been proposed however none of them have been scientifically proven to improve semen analysis parameters or pregnancy rates. I would suggest that you see an urologist to ascertain that there are no conditions present that may be contributing to the low sperm count and quality.

Answered by: Dr Y.M. Dasoo

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