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If you had a semen analysis and the results are considered abnormal. In the result may be your sperm count is very low or having very poor sperm motility or morphology. Then, maybe the questions come to your mind like what this sperm abnormality means? What should I do to increase the quality of sperm? Etc. That’s why, the infertility specialists in Hyderabad working in Motherhood fertility centre, the popular IUI fertility clinic have researched the causes of male infertility and this semen abnormality. Now, because of the excellence in the treatment of male factor infertility, Motherhood fertility centre is becoming the leading male infertility treatment centre in Hyderabad.

The infertility specialists, who are doing male factor infertility diagnosis find the following results.

Normozoospermia

This condition is when all measures of sperm and semen parameters are normal.

Aspermia

When there is no ejaculate and no sperm, this condition occurs. In Aspermia condition, there is no semen at all. Maybe the man experiences an orgasm, but there is no ejaculate released. Sometimes it is called “dry orgasm”.

Aspermia affects severely male fertility. But it can be treated by doing a testicular biopsy to retrieve immature sperm from the tests. Then the sperm can be matured in the laboratory and then these sperms can be used for in vitro fertilization treatment or ICSI treatment procedure.

Hypospermia

When the whole ejaculate is low or even less than 1.5 milliliters of fluid, that is less than a third of a teaspoon, Hypospermia occur.  

Retrograde ejaculation occurs when semen goes backward into the bladder in the place of going inside the urethra. And Hypospermia is caused by this retrograde ejaculation.

Azoospermia

By doing male factor infertility diagnosis, the infertility specialists found about Azoospermia is that it occurs when there is zero sperm in the ejaculate. It is also referred to as having “no sperm count,”. This condition is a severe form of male infertility. Otherwise, the semen may appear completely normal. Azoospermia can only be diagnosed with the help of semen analysis.

Oligozoospermia

Oligozoospermia condition occurs when sperm count is very low than normal. Maybe it further described as being mild, severe, moderate or extreme oligozoospermia. Sometimes the extreme level of oligozoospermia is called cyrptozoospermia.

Asthenozoospermia

When finding out the actual causes of male infertility, the infertility specialist in Hyderabad  found about Asthenozoospermia. This condition occurs when a large percentage of sperm movement is not normal. It is also known as abnormal sperm motility.

Teratozoospermia

When a large percentage of sperm have an abnormal shape Teratozoospermia occurs. Sperm morphology, it defines the shape of the sperm. Generally, normal sperm should have an oval head with a long tail. Abnormal sperm, they may have an oddly shaped head like more than one head or more than one tail. If the sperm having an abnormal shape, maybe they are unable to fertilize the egg.

Oligoasthenoteratozoospermia (OAT)

When all sperm parameters are abnormal, Oligoasthenoteratozoospermia (OAT) occurs. The sperm count, movement, and shape are all problematic and abnormal. This condition is one of the most common causes of male infertility.

 

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