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hanni 7979
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by hanni 7979 on Thu Aug 06, 2020 11:11 pm

semen analysis

I did a semen analysis and the results of the sperm movement were as follows:
Grade (a): Mobility in sagging and fast path 2.41%
Grade (a + b): Rapid + slow mobility and progresses 39.50%
progressive + Mobility on site 46.70%
Grade (d): Immobile 51,77 %
Is it suitable for pregnancy?

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by talkhealth on Fri Aug 07, 2020 10:27 am

Re: semen analysis

Hi hanni 7979,

Thank you for your post. You don't mention whether you had the analysis done through your own Dr, as they would be able to tell you if the results showed if there would be a likely issue with impregnation.

Here is some further information on semen analysis:

https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/low-sperm-count/

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by NishiGarg on Thu Aug 20, 2020 1:40 pm

Re: semen analysis

Semen analysis is a complex test that should be performed in andrology laboratories by experienced technicians with quality control and validation of test systems. A routine semen analysis should include: physical characteristics of semen (color, odor, pH, viscosity and liquefaction), volume, concentration, morphology and sperm motility and progression. To provide a correct result it is necessary to perform at least two, preferably three, separate seminal analyses with an interval between them of 7 days to 3 months.

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