Antispermatozoal Antibody
(Antisperm Antibodies)

Alternate Names

  • Sperm Agglutination and Inhibition
  • Sperm Antibodies
  • Infertility Screen

Autoimmune diseases cause the body to attack itself, which leads to inflammation and results in damage to muscles, tissues, and organs. The body produces antibodies specific to each autoimmune disease; the antibody levels measured in your blood are then used by your doctor to diagnose the disease that is causing your symptoms. Antisperm antibodies usually develop in both semen and blood as a result of a vasectomy or blocked sperm ducts, which results in infertility.


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