Sperm acid phosphatase
Elevated sperm phosphatase activity is positively correlated with the extent of cell damage. Increased sperm acid phosphatase can cause prostatitis. Inflammation caused by various factors can reduce sperm acid phosphatase.Basic Information
Specialist classification: male examination check classification: semen and prostatic fluid examination
Applicable gender: whether the male is fasting: not fastingTips: You must abstain from sex for 3 to 5 days, generally no more than 5 days. Normal value
4 to 20 units.Clinical significance
Abnormal results: increased sperm acid phosphatase can cause prostatitis. Inflammation caused by various factors can reduce sperm acid phosphatase.
People who need to be examined: patients with prostatitis and various inflammations, or infertile patients.High results may be diseases: male infertility, prostatitis considerations
Before the examination: must be abstinence for 3 to 5 days, generally no more than 5 days. The time of abstinence should not be too long, because the amount of semen increases, and the vitality of sperm decreases.
During the examination: the collected semen should be promptly handed over to the doctor for examination and actively cooperate with the doctor.Inspection process
For semen collection, use a soft soap or paraffin to massage the genitals, ejaculate, and collect the semen into a sterile test tube. Give it to the doctor for further examination.Not suitable for the crowd
Generally no taboos.Adverse reactions and risks
Generally no complications and harm.