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Friday, September 30, 2016

Doctors In House Section.

Doctors this one has a lotta Debris....





SPERM REPORT 
AGGLUTINATION -SIGNIFICANT
DEBRIS -SIGNIFICANT

Good day Stella and fellow bvs. I have been TTC for 6months now. myself and hubby went for some tests. my fsh, lh and scan result came out fine. but my prolactin level was 49 and i am on medication now. although i am yet to do hsg. 


My husband s semen analysis result, everything else was ok asides the Agglutination - significant, Debris- Significant (a lot of debris) report. the doctor prescribed some antibiotics for him which he has completed.

 fellow bvs please has anyone experienced it before? 

can it affect infertility and what does it mean? thanks.



26 comments:

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    1. A medical laboratory scientist by profession.. Literally agglutination means to stick together meaning something is making the sperm cells stick together this will reduce their motility which is very essential in fertilization process.its not a permanent situation, if treated properly things will return to normal for him..

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  2. All these grammar didn't even make me enjoy the p seff😩
    But why are medical terms so hard to come to terms with😩

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  3. Na wa. God will give you guys babies Amen

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  4. Huh! first time hearing about your husband's significant debris

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  5. Our doctors should step in. My dear ,take your medications with faith .You'll soon send your testimony.



    God Bless Everyone.

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  6. Why dint u ask d doctor all these questions? Do u think u wud get d much needed info u need here.

    Isiorait na u sabi

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    1. I keep wondering why people go to the hospital, talk to doctors, run tests, get the results, have questions, but they cannot ask their doctors these question, instead run to blogs for answers.

      Didn't you pay for consultation?

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    2. I wonder too. But I think this person is just trying to find out if anyone here has gone through something like this and how it went for them, just to know how good their own chances are.

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  7. Why dint u ask d doctor all these questions? Do u think u wud get d much needed info u need here.

    Isiorait na u sabi

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  8. Th doctor didn't explain to you?

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  9. That hsg can pain

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  10. No idea but I know if you believe the I AM then you will be next to send in your testimony for US on TTC. May God perfect your healings. Amen.



    ...TAG A FRIEND, COMMENT & PRAY 4 SDKBLOG...

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  11. All i see is hsg...chai so painful

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  12. All you need is GOD not a doctor.

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  13. It's well oo. Don't even understand what you are talking about. Just take it to God in prayers

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  14. Please house is it normal for an 8 year old to snore??

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  15. E joor, oyinbo inu eleyi poju. E je kin rora sa lo 🏃

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  16. Madam Ask ur Dr and get urself prayed up.

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  17. Lord will fix everything for u poster

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  18. Saw this online....


    Agglutination of motile spermatozoa may be head-to-head, head-to-tail or tail-to-tail. Agglutination of spermatozoa suggests the existence of anti-sperm antibodies.

    The agglutination of mobile spermatozoa to each other has to be separated from non-specific adherence of immobile spermatozoa and from the adherence of motile spermatozoa to epithelial cells or debris.

    The extent and nature of agglutination should be judged with the following graduation:

    Grade 1 (isolated): <10 spermatozoa per agglutinate, means many mobile sperm

    Grade 2 (moderate): 10–50 spermatozoa per agglutinate,means many mobile sperm

    Grade 3 (strong): agglutinates with >50 spermatozoa, means only few mobile spermatozoa

    Grade 4 (complete): completely agglutinated spermatozoa, means no mobile spermatozoa visible

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