Asthenozoospermia or asthenospermia is the decrease in the motility of the man's sperm and compromises fertility because it prevents them from moving to the ovum and penetrating it.
In Vitro Fertilization with Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (IVF+ICSI) offers the highest success rates to patients with asthenozoospermia, thanks to the fact that it prevents sperm from having to travel to fertilize the egg.
Asthenozoospermia or asthenospermia is the decrease in the mobility of spermatozoa in men.
According to the World Health Organization, this is diagnosed when the number of motile spermatozoa with displacement is less than 50%, or when the number of motile spermatozoa with a rectilinear trajectory and speed of 25 µm/sec (micrometers per second) is less than 25%.
Asthenozoospermia is the most common seminal disorder and compromises fertility because it prevents sperm from traveling to the egg and penetrating it.
Although the causes of asthenozoospermia are not exactly known, we do know that sperm motility can be affected by factors such as:
Asthenozoospermia can be diagnosed through a simple seminogram or semen analysis. It is recommended that the man has not ejaculated for three to five days before the analysis, but not for more than seven.
For fertilization to occur, the number of motile spermatozoa with displacement must be greater than 50 percent and the number of motile spermatozoa with a rectilinear trajectory and speed of 25 µm/sec must exceed 25 percent.
Procedures to achieve a baby at home when you have asthenozoospermia include:
The asthenozoospermia procedure should always be accompanied by advice for a healthy lifestyle, which in some cases can help restore fertility.
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