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adrumOriginally Posted By: tonymI got a spermiogram and I had expected much more results.
They only measured the amount of sperm, I had something like 68 million, and also the motility and the PH. Is this how it's usually done?
I thought they would also measure what's actually in the sperm like concentration of ingredients and stuff like that.
And how reliable is such a sperm rest? My results said that it was normal does this mean it's really normal? What if the person who examined the sperm sucked?
There's a decent article on WikiPedia...
In general they measure:
Amount of sperm cells per ML: Should be more then 20 million/ML
Of these 100% per ML they look how they move, you need at least 50% that move normal / fast.
Morphology: How 'normal' they look, e.g. like a normal sperm cell with one head and one tail.
Only an 'in depth' analyses will tell you things like fructose and other things like white bloodcells, etc...