Sperm Morphology Defects “Teratozoospermia” In Males
What Is A Sperm Morphology?
Teratozoospermia In Males
What Defines A Normally Shaped Sperm?
- A sperm must have a well-defined cap covering the sperm head
- The sperm’s head must be oval and smooth
- The sperm must have a properly shaped neck, a midpiece, and a tail.
- The sperm shouldn’t contain large drops of fluid in the head of the cell
A sperm with no such traits is termed as abnormal and may move ahead to have;
- A rough head
- Two Heads
- Two Tails
- A misshapen acrosome
- A long head
- Giant in appearance
Causes Of Teratozoospermia In Modern Men
- Oxidative stress
- Exposure to Toxic Chemicals
- Medical Factors
Unfortunately, there is no definite Teratozoospermia treatment worldwide, but your treatment will generally depend on your affordability and at times, a fertility specialist may recommend a varicocele surgery.
With that, Teratospermia Treatment in India is conducted through the following approaches;
- Selenium and coenzyme Q10
Fertility experts currently utilize selenium and coenzyme Q10 to treat Teratozoospermia. Other medications include testosterone and hoemeopathic pills. Others may also proceed to Ayurvedic medicines.
High-protein foods, Vitamin E, Vitamin C, and anti-oxidants sources are recommended for males with Teratozoospermia.
- Assisted Reproductive Technologies
Advanced technologies such as IVF and ICSI are currently an open gate to parenthood. Intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) is generally conducted in cases of male infertility while In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) is an alternative for all infertility cases.