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Semen analysis and antisperm antibody test results

Semen analysis and antisperm antibody test results

  1. BABA

    My semen analysis report shows volume – 2 ml , ph -8, motility-50 %, motility progressive – 30 %, motility non progressive -20%, motility immotile- 50 % with a sperm count of 63 mil/ml normal forms 80, abnormal forms- 20, and agglutinates detected…
    went through anti sperm anti body test also – it was on limits of border though it hasn’t crossed the border .. it was nearly about – 54..
    we are having trouble conceiving… what should be the best possible treatment?

    03/18/2018 at 3:10 pm
  2. Dear baba,

    All values are normal except for motility progressive, which is 30% and it is normal from 32% onwards. So we can say that you’re on the limit, but there are still chances for you to achieve a pregnancy. As for agglutination, what’s the percent? It depends on the number of agglutinated sperms detected. If it’s 10% or less, it’s not considered a concerning issue.

    Just follow your doctor’s instructions as to what would be the best treatment option to improve progressive motility and be able to achieve a pregnancy.

    Read more: What Is a Semen Analysis Report? – Purpose, Preparation & Cost.

    Best wishes

    03/20/2018 at 9:54 am
  3. Hello doctor,

    My wife is having trouble getting pregnant. She is ok. But I have an issue.

    Please, check my semen analysis report as below:

    Abesent: 15days

    sperm count: 57M/ml
    Motility rapid progressive A = 3%
    Motility slow progressive B = 29%
    Non progressive C = 5%
    Non motile = 63%


    Normal forms : 1%
    Head defect : 75%
    Mid piece defect: 15%
    cytoplasmic droplets: 9%
    Tail defects : 0%


    Is there any possibility to get my wife pregnant?
    What is the solution to improve my sperm morphology?
    Currently we are disappointed and we are very much eager to get a baby soon.

    What is the alternative solution to have a baby?

    My age is32 and wife is 28.

    Please, looking forward to your reply.

    04/03/2018 at 12:23 am
    • Dear mani,

      With just 1% of normal forms, I’m afraid that yours is a case of severe teratozoospermia. In your case, the solution for you to have a baby is IVF with ICSI.

      Learn more about this technique here: What Is ICSI or Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection?

      I hope this helps,

      Best of luck

      04/04/2018 at 10:42 am
    • Dear Sandra,

      Thanks for your reply.

      04/04/2018 at 9:48 pm