Author(s): Prien SD, Lox CD, Messer RH, DeLeon FD
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Abstract In this study, sperm motility, velocity, and progression were compared with the total and Ca++ concentrations in the SF from men with normal and decreased motility (less than 60\%). No significant difference in SF total calcium content was observed in men with normal and hypomotility. However, a statistically significant decrease in seminal Ca++ was observed in those men with decreased motility, when compared with that of men with normal motility.
This article was published in Fertil Steril
and referenced in Biochemistry & Pharmacology: Open Access