Difficulty Removing Sperm When Going For Sperm Analysis?
Does having difficulty removing sperm during a sperm analysis affect the test results?
Hello, good evening Annisa.
Difficulty removing sperm can be caused by several possibilities, including:
psychological disorders, such as anxiety, stress, depression, abnormalities in the urethra, such as urethral stricture due to infection, disturbances in sperm formation due to hormonal imbalance, etc. Consult a doctor for possible causes and necessary laboratory tests. If according to the examining doctor, it is recommended to do a sperm analysis examination. Requirements for sperm analysis include:
the condition of the man to be examined must be in a fit condition, not tired, have enough rest before the examination, it is recommended not to ejaculate for 3-7 days, sperm must be masturbated in the laboratory, use of soap, oil, and other lubricants is not allowed. no later than 1 hour after ejaculation do not use condoms to collect sperm etc. If difficulty in releasing sperm persists, avoid using illegal methods (such as the use of lubricants, etc.) because it will affect the results of the examination. We recommend that you consult again with the doctor who examined you for other alternative treatments, such as consulting a urologist, psychiatric specialist, andrologist, surgeon, etc., to find out the possible causes of the difficulty in releasing sperm.
That's all, hope it helps.
Regards, dr. Denisa