P-38: Evaluation of Sperm Characteristics in Men Referred to The Center of Infertility ACECR-Arak during The First 6 Months of 1393
Fertility disorder is a multifaceted physiopathological condition comprising men’s or women’s impotence in fertility or a combination of both. Men’s debility in fertilization is the main culprit in 40-50 percent of the studied cases. The first step in scrutinizing infertility is to analyze semen. So, the assessment hinges on analyzing factors like sperm density, total count and motility.
Materials and methods
In this cross sectional-descriptive study, the semen of 478 patients who referred to the center of infertility ACECR-Arak is analyzed. Parameters like sperm density and quantity, and grades of sperm motility are the main foci of interest. All analyses are conducted using optical microscope and in compliance with WHO set standards.
The average of sperm density and total number of sperms found in semen are 58.72 ± 33.3 × and 246.11 ± 166.8 × , respectively. In the samples tested motility is about 49.48 ± 18.3 percent in which 11.92 ± 10.2 percent of sperms demonstrated grade A of motility, 23.84 ± 12.8 percent grade B and grade C is assigned to 13.71 ± 7.2 percent of sperm motility. 50.6 ± 18.1 percent was also motionless perms.
According to the data obtained, judging about men’s potential to fertilize necessitates attention to other characteristics of semen as well as simultaneous analysis of influential factors in women.