A normal sperm has defects on its form. These defects can affect the size and shape of the head, neck and tail of the sperm.

Currently the Kruger technique (strict morphology) is employedto get a detailed analysis of the characteristics of the sperm after a specific staining and its observation with a microscope.

It is considered normal when there are more than 14% of normal forms. If it is less than 14% then it is said that there is a Teratospermia, which can be mild, moderate or severe, depending on the percentage of abnormal sperm.

According to the percentage of normal sperm, the specialist can decide on the most suitable treatment to follow.

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