Male Sperm Analysis Results?
Good afternoon doctor,
Hello Meilisa, Thank you for the question.
Sperm analysis is an examination used to assess the quality of sperm which can be assessed by consistency, movement (motility), shape (morphology), clotting (agglutination). Good sperm quality is necessary for conception to be successful and pregnancy to occur. The following is the information that I can convey from the examination:
There are sperm with different movements (fast motion, slow motion, motionless motion, and not moving) with different numbers for each. Sperm are mostly immobile (40)
The normal form of sperm is only 12, while most have abnormalities in the shape of either the head, neck, or tail
no clumping of sperm (negative agglutination)
Teratozoospermia is a term used to describe sperm deformities, while leukospermia is a condition where white blood cells are found in the semen; both can cause male infertility. The cause of teratozoospermia is unknown but is related to age, chromosomal abnormalities and Crohn's disease. On the other hand, leukospermia is caused by infection, inflammation, autoimmune disease, varicocele, infrequent ejaculation, and so on. Infection is the most common cause of leukospermia.
Please advise your husband to consult a specialist doctor who treats your husband again so that the doctor can determine the next treatment. Please also discuss with your doctor if you have any other questions.
I hope this helps.