Article published by : Rohini Devi on Monday, May 20, 2019

Category : Infertility

What Are The Types Of Semen Abnormality?

After doing semen analysis, if you know that the result is abnormal, it has a number of reasons. Like the sperm count may be low or they have poor motility or problem in their morphology. The infertility specialists in Hyderabad, who are working in Motherhood fertility centre, the popular test tube baby clinic in Hyderabad finding out the different aspects of semen abnormality. Because of successful analysis and treatment of male factor infertility, the centre is considered as the top male infertility treatment centre in Hyderabad.

Your semen analysis can be affected by various factors. Not doing ejaculation for the three to four days before the test can also alter the results. After doing male factor infertility diagnosis, infertility specialists will likely order one or two follow-up tests about two to three months after the first, to look if the abnormal results repeat or not.
It's also important to keep in mind that the semen analysis results need to be considered together. It means, if the abnormal findings include a high white blood cell count, but other semen parameters are normal, and there are no other symptoms of infection, then your results may be considered as normal.
"If the second follow-up test of male factor infertility diagnosis returns poor results, it’s time to see an infertility specialist to discuss options for treatment of male factor infertility. Men having very poor semen quality are at an increased risk for testicular disease. In most the cases, there is more priority on treating the sperm than treating the man, but it’s important to look at the whole picture."
Types of Abnormal Sperm
Generally, while finding the causes of male infertility, the infertility specialists used these terms to describe male infertility or semen analysis:
This condition occurs when there is no ejaculate and no sperm. This type of abnormality is not the same as azoospermia where there is semen but no sperm. In aspermia, there’s totally no semen present. The man may experience an orgasm, but there may be chances of having no ejaculation. Sometimes, this is called “dry orgasm.”

While doing male factor infertility diagnosis, the infertility specialists found that when the total ejaculate is low, or less than 1.5 milliliters of fluid, Hypospermia occurs. That quantity is like less than a third of a teaspoon.
The infertility specialists show that Hypospermia condition may be caused by many of the same things that cause aspermia. Most commonly, hypospermia is caused by retrograde ejaculation. When semen goes backward into the bladder instead of going out the urethra, then Retrograde ejaculation occurs.
When there are zero sperm to ejaculate, Azoospermia occurs. Also, it is referred as having “no sperm count,”. This is one of the severe causes of male infertility. Otherwise, the semen may appear completely normal. This can only be diagnosed with the help of male factor infertility diagnosis and semen analysis.
When sperm count is lower than normal, Oligozoospermia occurs. It is further described as being mild, moderate, or extreme oligozoospermia. Extreme level of oligozoospermia is sometimes called cyrptozoospermia.
Receiving male factor infertility diagnosis, the result can be emotionally distressing. But consult with your doctor about the treatment plans.


Keywords: male factor infertility treatment, Infertility Specialist in Hyderabad

By: Rohini Devi

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