Sperm culture and sensitivity
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In significant Gram-positive cultures, the sensitivity of semen samples was %, compared to only % for EPS. CONCLUSIONS: A semen sample has higher sensitivity than an EPS for the diagnosis of bacterial chronic prostatitis. In our clinical work-up, first-void urine and a semen culture are considered the only tests.
Description:VB2 cultures were the urine cultures for this study. Finally, the leukocyte count per high power field in expressed prostatic secretions showed that 64 Once the organism is recognized, an antibiotic sensitivity test is carried out. Antisperm Antibodies Test The role of antisperm antibodies in causing male infertility is controversial, since no one is sure how common or how serious this problem is. The mean age of the population was Although we performed a VB3 sample as part of our Alternative test, we did not consider it in the analysis of the semen cultures. This test can also be used to check if the patient has a Sexually Transmitted Disease STD and also in the diagnosis and treatment of Bacterial prostatitis or any infection of the male reproductive gland.