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Contributors of infertility, sperm count, hormone deficiency etc., are just a few, also included could be cervical cancer or other cervical problems that are linked to infertility. Inability to conceive a baby may be connected with such male factors as impotence, hormone deficiency, spermatozoid quality, etc. To help determine the cause, semen is examined under a microscope for four basic characteristics. First of all, the number of reproductive cells in the semen is evaluated. Contributors of infertility, sperm count, hormone deficiency etc., are just a few, also included could be cervical cancer or other cervical problems that are linked to infertility.

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Infertility Sperm

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Cervical Cancer, Infertility

It is also important to make sure that the spermatozoid are active and are of normal structure. Immature spermatozoid and spermatozoid with abnormalities of the head or the tail decrease the chance of a successful conception. The volume of the semen is also evaluated. Contributors of infertility, sperm count, hormone deficiency etc., are just a few, also included could be cervical cancer or other cervical problems that are linked to infertility.

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Dr. Joe Glickman, Jr., M.D.

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