Semen liquefaction time refers to the time required for a newly discharged semen to change from a jelly state to a free-flow state. The process of semen coagulation and liquefaction is extremely complex, and considerable substances, such as prostate and seminal vesicle secretions, may affect the length of time and are also affected by temperature.

Basic Information

Specialist classification: male examination check classification: semen and prostatic fluid examination

Applicable gender: whether the male is fasting: not fasting

Analysis results:

Below normal:

Normal value:
no

Above normal:

negative:
After the discharge, it was liquefied at room temperature for 60 minutes.

Positive:
The liquefaction time is extended or not liquefied.

Tips: You need to abstain from sex for 3-7 days before the test. It is recommended to avoid drinking and overwork in the near future. Normal value

After discharge, it was liquefied at room temperature for 60 min.

Clinical significance

In prostatitis, due to its function, the liquefaction time is prolonged or even liquefied. Non-liquefaction can inhibit sperm activity and affect fertility.

Positive result may be disease: weak precautions

The process of semen coagulation and liquefaction is extremely complex, and considerable substances, such as prostate and seminal vesicle secretions, may affect the length of time and are also affected by temperature.

Inspection process

The same science test.

Not suitable for the crowd

There are no taboos.

Adverse reactions and risks

This check will not cause complications or harm.