Teratozoospermia is a condition in which the semen contains defective sperms, with an inability to swim to the egg or fertilize the egg leading to infertility. The semen analysis detects it. Injury or infection to the testis, varicocele, tobacco smoking, weed-smoking, chronic alcoholism, vasectomy, diabetes, genetic defects, radiation therapy, chemotherapy, and increased temperature of testicles due to environmental or other factors cause teratozoospermia. Lifestyle modifications along with increased intake of omega-3 fatty acids, amino acids, antioxidants, etc., help manage the condition. Intrauterine insemination, in-vitro fertilization, and intracytoplasmic morphologically selected sperm injection are the fertility treatment options available.
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Is there a chance for a baby inspite of suffering from ED and teratozoospermia?
Query: Hello doctor, We are trying from past two years for a baby. I am facing an ED problem, and I am advised to take Penegra 50 mg tablet. I also, have vitamin D deficiency and taking Eficent plus tablets. And taking Paternia tablets, for less sperm count. I have teratozoospermia. Kindly advice as we are... Read Full »
Answer: Hello, Welcome to icliniq.com. Please share your semen analysis report as that would help evaluate your teratozoospermia and the degree of it. Unless teratozoospermia is treated the chances of pregnancy are limited. Read Full »
Can I conceive this month based on my reports?
Query: Hello doctor, I am 24 years old and married for 4 years now. I am 5.2 and obese. This is my scan report. Can you please tell me if I can conceive this month? I previously had PCOS. Currently, I am using ayurveda medicines. I heard that delayed ovulation rupture does not cause pregnancy. Also, my hus... Read Full »
Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. I have gone through your query and reports (attachment removed to protect patient identity). Since your husband has teratospermia (sperm with abnormal morphology), he will have to meet andrologist and get started with medications. For you, I suggest Folic acid sup... Read Full »
I am diagnosed with teratospermia. Am I infertile?
Query: Hello doctor, My sperm count is 50 M/ml, 3 ml ejaculate, 55 % motility, 45 % prog motility, grade 1 to 10, grade 2 to 10, grade 3 to 10, grade 15, normomorphs 20 %, no antibodies, colour and viscosity normal, pH 8.5. Diagnosed with teratospermia. Given two months course of Fertisure M and retest se... Read Full »
Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. How are you doing? I do not see any abnormalities in the report (attachment removed to protect patient identity). You are super fertile. As per WHO guidelines, the minimum count is 15 million/ml, minimum motility is progressive 32 %, minimum normal morphology 4 %. As yo... Read Full »