Let's try and remain scientific here people.
I just had a look at semen, and am a bit shocked at what I witnessed.
The fact is, there are massive amounts of B. Hominis in semen. They are attached to the heads of the sperm, causing havoc.
Some are huge, I am surprised to see this, and some have huge vacuoles. They are being quite aggressive towards sperm cells!!!
I guess this conflicts with my last post. I am more familiar now with ameoba morphology, and no longer confuse with macrophages, which look the same.
I will be seeing an infectious disease specialist this week sometime... wait till he sees this!
If I were to procreate, this would be passed on to female, and possibly cause defects in developing zygote.
This is freaking amazing, and needs to be addressed immediately, because if I am not the only one with this condition, the ramifications of this are unbelievable.
I have not run into any publications which have addressed this issue, which means 2 things: 1 I am the only freak on the planet with this bizarre affliction, or 2 nobody has realized this as a medical condition yet. [I find it hard to believe].
What kinds of screening goes on at sperm banks! Could they spot this? I haven't noticed how bad this was before now. I am using special staining process which I haven't used before, and this is making a difference.
I have symptoms, but no real pain or inflammation........this is bizarre people.