It might seem small, but there’s more inside semen than you’d expect.
In fact, a normal sperm count needs to be about 15 million sperm per milliliter.
But apart from sperm count, other factors evaluated during a semen analysis include sperm motility (the percentage of sperm that are moving), sperm morphology (the shape and structure of sperm), semen volume, and other parameters related to sperm health. These factors collectively contribute to assessing male fertility and the potential for successful conception. Here at Fertility First, we recommended to consult with a fertility specialist for a comprehensive evaluation and interpretation of semen analysis results.