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Teratozoospermia and male infertility

Teratozoospermia is an increase in the percentage of abnormal sperm in a sperm sample and it is identified by means of a seminogram or semen analysis.
According to the criteria in the 5th edition of the World Health Organisation (WHO), 2010 manual, a man has teratozoospermia when the percentage of normal spermatozoa in the ejaculate is below 4%.
Defects in sperm […]

2016-11-25T14:28:40+02:0025 de November de 2016|0 Comments

Oligozoospermia: What is it? How can it be detected? What course of treatment can be used in order to get pregnant? What about criptozoospermia?

Oligozoospermia is the presence of an abnormally low number of sperm in a semen sample.
According to the criteria in the 5th edition of the World Health Organisation (WHO) manual, normal sperm content in a sample of semen should be equal to or above 15 million per millimetre. If a sperm count gives a result below this figure, this is known as oligozoospermia and it may be associated with fertility issues. More than one sample will need to be evaluated in order to confirm this.
The diagnosis method consists of a spermogram which, amongst other things, gives a sperm count per millimetre of semen. […]

2016-11-03T13:48:55+02:004 de November de 2016|0 Comments

If I take antioxidants, can I improve my chances of pregnancy?

This is a question that patients often ask their doctors in consultation and other patients in online forums. As usual, many things have been said without any scientific basis.
Fortunately, a study was recently published that collected 28 studies involving a total of 3,548 women who have gone to fertility centers. […]

2016-09-22T11:54:46+02:009 de September de 2013|0 Comments
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