Semen analysis and antisperm antibody test results

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    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
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    Sandra F.
    Fertility Counselor

    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
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    mani

    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%

    Morphology:

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

    Reports says TERATOZOOSPERMIA

    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
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      Sandra F.
      Fertility Counselor

      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
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      mani

      Dear Sandra,

      Thanks for your reply.

      04/04/2018 at 9:48 pm
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