Term used as a diagnosis of a semengram that means that the seminal features meet the criteria of normality established by the World Health Organization (WHO).

Reference values ​​according to WHO (2010)

  • Volume: ≥ 1.5 ml.
  • Concentration: ≥15 million sperm / ml.
  • Total number of sperm: ≥ 39 million.
  • Total mobility: ≥ 40% of the sperm of the ejaculate (before A + B + C).
  • Progressive mobility: ≥ 32% of the sperm of the ejaculate (before A + B).
  • Vitality: ≥ 58% of the sperm of the ejaculate.
  • Morphology: ≥ 4% of the sperm of the ejaculate.

A diagnosis of normozoospermia does not rule out fertility issues. The semen analysis does not assess the genetic load: in spite of having a normal spermiogram, failures or miscarriages may have occurred in previous treatments. In many cases, before undergoing egg donation, the fertility of the male should be taken into account and studied in depth.

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