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Improvement of oligoasthenozoospermia and pregnancy

Improvement of oligoasthenozoospermia and pregnancy

  1. Bonny

    Hi Dr.
    My report shows
    Appearance-grey white
    P.h 7.9
    Sperm concentration 14.6mil/ml
    Sperm count 49.6 mill
    T motility 39%
    Progress moderate
    MI 172
    Morphology 3%
    Progressive 33%
    Non progressive 6%
    Immotile 61%
    Testosterone 31.5%
    Please advice on ability to pregnancy is there any chances to have natural pregnancy

    11/04/2017 at 9:27 pm
  2. Dear bonny,

    After reviewing your semen analysis report, I can see that you have mild oligoasthenzoospermia. On the one hand, oligospermia is a sperm pathology that affects the sperm count. On the other hand, asthenozoospermia means that your sperm motility is altered in some way.

    In other words, you can achieve a natural pregnancy, but you have a reduced chance. The good news is that it is not impossible, as it would be with other pathologies such as azoospermia (zero sperm count). However, IVF would be the best option for you in case you do not achieve pregnancy naturally. In the most severe cases, IVF with ICSI is used, but in principle you don’t need it as yours is a mild case.

    You may also enjoy some further information reading this: What Is Oligoasthenozoospermia? – Causes & Treatment.

    I hope I have been able to help,

    Best wishes

    11/22/2017 at 12:04 pm