Contact us: Each participant receives one-on-one training to develop knowledge and skills in: routine semen analysis including proper specimen collection, measurement of volume, pH, manual sperm count, and motility using sperm counting chambers, and preparation of seminal smear for morphology. Training in this module accredited by the American College of Embryology — Click on the logo for details. Educational teaching methods: Interactive teaching sessions and discussion PowerPoint presentations Hands-on laboratory training sessions Live lectures and multimedia presentations. Course Evaluation by Past Trainees.
Semen and sperm reference ranges for men 45 years of age and older
Have you been told your sperm morphology is low? What does this mean? However, some couples share with us that testing shows that sperm count is fine, but that there are problems with morphology. These results are often confusing!
Teratospermia stands for an alteration of sperm morphology, be it by presenting defects in their head, intermediate piece, or tail. Teratozoospermia is one of the causes of male infertility because morphologically altered sperm may not be able to fertilize the egg. There are several causes that provoke alterations in morphology and a diagnosis is not always easy:. Some of these factors can cause reversible teratozoospermia , which disappears when the fever, infection, or periods of stress are reversed. In the same way, it is possible to recover some of the good sperm morphology by following healthy lifestyle habits, taking care of your diet, quitting smoking, etc.