ABSTRACTBackground: Infertility has affected about 10–15 percent married couples. Almost half of infertility cases have been attributed to men with low sperm motility (asthenozoospermia), low sperm count (oligozoospermia) and abnormal sperm morphology (teratozoospermia). Sperm motility is one of the major determinants of male fertility and is required for successful fertilization. Semen analysis is a method to know the quality of semen. Semen analysis consists of macroscopic and microscopic examination of sperm cells, which are concentration, motility and morphology of sperm cells. Objective: This study aimed to obtain the semen analysis profile on varicocele patients at DR. Ramelan Navy Hospital Surabaya during period 2015.Method: This study used descriptive research design and quantitative method, by using the secondary data were collected from medical records during January – December 2015. Result: In this study the semen analysis of 36 patients with varicocele, 3 patients (8,33%) with oligozoospermia, 10 patients (27,78%) with asthenozoospermia, 20 patients (55,55%) with oligoasthenozoospermia, 3 patients (8,33%) with extreme oligoasthenozoospermia. Conclusion: This study has concluded that all varicocele patients have abnormalities in semen analysis (none of the sperm quality results within normal limits).
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