Zika Virus in Semen

zika virus semen

Researchers from Great Britain have reported that Zika virus can be detected in semen for 62 days after initial infection. They were unable to grow live virus from these samples so it is not known whether men can transmit the infection to their sexual partners for that length of time. Zika, however,  is known to […]

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Andrology: Sperm Morphology

Part 4: Sperm Morphology Sperm morphology refers to the size and shape of the sperm. The percent of normal sperm in an ejaculate has been correlated with its ability to fertilize eggs. A sample is considered “normal” if it has ≥ 14% normal forms, while samples with lower than 4% normal morphology are considered “abnormal.” […]

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