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Culture, Semen

Culture, Semen

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Semen In Sterile Container

Culture semen is performed to detect potential pathogen microorganisms in the semen. These microorganisms may cause male genitourinary tract infection. Culture semen checks for the presence of aerobic and anaerobic microorganisms and other bacteria, including ureoplasm (its Ureoplasma) and mycoplasma. This test can also be used to detect Chlamydia. When the semen sample contains WBCs ( Pus cells) , doctors suggest the patient undergo this test. The patient's semen sample must be collected under sterile conditions and processed as soon as possible in the laboratory. Male genitourinary tract infections are difficult to detect as they often remain asymptomatic. Due to this, the infection is passed on to the sexual partner leading to pregnancy and fertilization failure and illness of the offspring. With the increasing issue of antibiotic resistance to pathogens, correct therapy and diagnosis of the patient are important. 

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Frequently asked questions

In most cases, culture semen test results are available within 48 hours. This duration may extend depending on the equipment or laboratory used for the test.

The culture semen test is quite useful in determining the exact cause of your infertility. This test can also help identify any kind of bacterial infection. Depending on the test result, your doctor can provide you with the appropriate treatment to address the issue.

If you're undergoing a culture semen test, you should take adequate steps to avoid contamination of the semen by microorganisms from external sources, like an already contaminated container. You should also not masturbate for one week to ten days before this test. The patient should not consume antibiotics when this test is performed or at least seven to ten days before.

Contamination of the semen by external sources can affect the accuracy of the culture semen test results. The consumption of antibiotics during the test can also lead to inaccurate results.

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