Normozoospermia is a term used to talk about a completely normal semen sample. A basic spermogram or semenogram assesses the various aspect of the sample, and if no variation is found, it is declared to be Normozoospermia
- Semen volume – 1.5 ml.
- Sperm concentration – 15 million per ml or 39 million per ejaculate
- Sperm motility – 40% motile spermatozoa / 32% progressively motile spermatozoa
- Sperm Morphology – 4% normal sperm
- Sperm Vitality – 58% normal sperm
- Colour of the semen – Greyish yellow
- Viscosity – Not too thick, not too diluted
- pH – Between 7 to 8
- Round cells or leukocytes – Not more than 1 million per microliter
Having trouble despite the semen analysis showing Normozoospermia?
Normozoospermia only means that the semen analysis is normal. Semen analysis only provides your fertility experts tools to see if the reproductive system is working normally. It does not determine if a man is fertile or not. Many other reasons can cause a man to be infertile. Complementary tests like double-stranded fragmentation of the spermatozoa can help.