Asthenospermia and Oligozoospermia Can Affect Fertility and Bring More Terrible Harms

Date:2022-12-27 click:0
Many men ready for pregnancy get semen inspection report sheets after checking semen quality in the outpatient department, which can reflect abnormal sperm conditions. Can you still be pregnant if you suffer from asthenospermia, oligozoospermia, and azoospermia? Let's have a look!

First of all, let's learn about sperm and semen.
Abnormal semen: refers to the quantity, color, and quality of semen. Physiological data of normal semen, i.e., average value, should be semen volume (2~6 ml), semen pH (7.2~7.8), and semen liquefaction time (20 minutes of complete liquefaction).
Sperm abnormality: refers to the quantity, quality, and abnormality of sperm. Physiological data of normal sperm, that is, normal values should be sperm volume (20 million~200 million/ml), sperm motility (quantitative analysis of forward moving sperm, no less than 60% in the first hour, and no less than 50% in the second to third hours), sperm survival rate (no more than 50% of dead sperm), sperm morphology (no less than 70% of normal sperm), semen acid phosphatase (25000~60000 units/ml), semen fructose (150~800 mg/100 ml).
What are the abnormal manifestations of sperm and semen?
The semen does not liquefy, and the liquefying time is long:
The semen that does not liquefy means that the semen injected into the woman's vagina will not liquefy for a long time and will always be in the form of jelly or lump, which will lead to fertilization obstacles and male infertility. During the test, the semen in vitro is not liquefied at 25 ℃ for 60 minutes or contains nonliquefied clots.
That is, sperm cannot be detected in semen. Ordinary men ejaculate once. The average amount of sperm in semen is about 150 million, which is huge. But men with azoospermia can also ejaculate normally, but no sperm can be found in the semen. The causes of azoospermia can be summarized into two categories: the failure of testicular spermatogenesis and the obstruction of spermatic ducts.
It means that if the sperm count (density) is lower than 20 million/ml, too little male ejaculated sperm will significantly reduce the pregnancy rate of women, which is one of the common causes of male infertility.
As the name implies, semen containing blood can be called hemospermia. Generally, it is pink and red or with blood. The naked blood sperm, blood clot-containing blood sperm, and microscopic blood sperm are classified according to the nature of the lesions and the amount of blood content.
Poor sperm motility and asthenospermia:
After ejaculation, if the active sperm is less than 50% and the active sperm is less than 25%, it is abnormal. It is called low sperm motility, and it can also be called asthenospermia. If the sperm cannot move at all, it is called dead sperm. Low sperm motility and spermatozoa death are important causes of male infertility.
Sperm with high deformity rate:
The semen of ordinary people also contains abnormal sperm, generally less than 30%. If the percentage of abnormal sperm is higher than 50%, it will become a sperm with a high abnormal rate, which may lead to male infertility.
What is the influence of abnormal sperm and semen on pregnancy?
Affect pregnancy
Men with oligospermia and asthenospermia will affect their fertility. But it doesn't mean you can't have children. Some patients have severe asthenospermia, while others have mild asthenospermia. Therefore, in many cases, even if the man has asthenospermia, the woman can conceive successfully. However, there is still a particular risk of such pregnancy (clinically, the malformation is one of them).
Affect eugenics
Eugenics is the combination of the best sperm and eggs. It will be a little difficult for weak sperm to achieve eugenics.
Cause premature birth or miscarriage
Many pregnant women will have premature delivery or miscarriage during pregnancy, which may also be caused by low sperm quality, so we should pay enough attention to asthenospermia.
Can oligospermia and oligospermia be pregnant?
The answer is YES. The most important thing is to identify the cause. If it is not the oligospermia and asthenospermia caused by organic diseases, it can be treated by intensive active chemotherapy, which emphasizes the overall concept.
If it is oligospermia and asthenospermia caused by organic diseases, such as prostatitis and seminal vesiculitis, you can treat it with natural medicine Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill. It can eliminate the patient's symptoms. Moreover, it acts on the whole urinary and reproductive system to improve the chances of reproduction.
Recommended Readings:
Asthenospermia: A Major Risk for Male Fertility
Ways to Improve Sperm Vitality in Patients with Asthenospermia
Can Asthenospermia Affect IVF?