Sperm Morphology

Some male partners who are seeking treatment for subfertility, do not have problems with the sperm number, volume and motility but show a very high number of morphologically abnormal sperms. These sperms which fall in the category of abnormal shape and appearance may be considered as an important factor to be included while planning treatment. The sperm morphology test is carried out by staining the patient’s seminal smear using a rapid staining process which allows a quantitative evaluation of normal or abnormal morphological forms in an ejaculate.

Sperm Morphology at AIIM

We follow the most accurate method to quantify morphology using Kruger’s strict criteria classification.