Originally 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:Total volume:PH:Viscosity:Amount of sperm cells per ML: Should be more then 20 million/MLOf 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...