1Marco Antônio BARRETO de MELO
1Luciana MAGALHÃES de ALMEIDA
1 Department of Surgery, Faculty of Medicine, Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil
2 Department of Surgery, “Clinical Hospital Dr.I. Cantacuzino”, Bucharest, Romania
The morphophysiological changes of the seminal fluid components that negatively influence male fertility are determined by specific genital pathology and/or the decrease of the biological potential in relation to age.
Establishing the age of the man in which the most normal spermatozoa structures are found is the subject of the study.
The age considered favorable for the actual procreation of the male was considered to be between 20- 60 years. In this study, it was concluded that most of the normal spermatozoa forms were found in the age group of men who were 41-50 years old.
We consider the cases of procreation of adolescents under the age of 20, or of the seniors over the age of 70-80 to be special, from whom optimal spermatozoa are selected for fertilization (♂ 82 years old).
spermatozoa, age, fertility