Can somehelp help me reading this?
That’s the result of my spermiogram but have absolutely no clue what it is supposed to mean. Our doctor wasn’t very friendly and staff was in a rush. So we were reluctant to ask.
Normal forms : 3 % (≥4%)
Large Oval : 12 %
Small Oval : 10 %
Tapering : 25 %
Pyriform : 25 %
Duplicate/double : – %
Amorphous : 4 %
Round : 6 %
Pin Head : – %
Sperm Concentration : 40.3 million/ml (≥15.0)
Midpiece defects : 14 %
Total Sperm Count : 98.7 million (≥39.0)
Tail defects : – %
Motile Count : 26.6 million/ml
THANKS!11/28/2019 at 16:00
according to your result you’re suffering from teratozoospermia, that means most of the sperm is abnormal and not viable. In this case, your fertility doctor will recommend you and your wife to have an ICSI performed.
If you’re interested what an ICSI consist of, I suggest you to read on here: What is ICSI and when is it indicated?
Hope I could help,
Romina11/28/2019 at 16:59
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