Abnormal sperm

What is abnormal sperm ?

It is the shape and size of sperm. Which means the head of sperm should be oval in shape, have a mid-section, and have a long, straight tail. If sperm is a combination of double tail, no tail, or a head that has double heads, or too large, it is considered as abnormal sperm, and therefore unable to successfully enter into an egg. Most men have a large percentage of abnormal sperm, with only 4-15% of their sperm being considered normal.

Men with abnormal sperm can still be a parent; it may take longer time than normal to do so. If natural conception failed to work, you always have a second of assisted reproductive technology like in Artificial Insemination and Intra Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI).

The following treatments can help you with the issues related to abnormal sperm

Artificial Insemination

Intra-cytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI)