Sometimes it is suggested that male (or even female) patients should undergo antisperm antibody blood test (ASAB blood test). This investigation does not in any way correlate with the presence of Abs on a sperm cell head; and the severity of the disease cannot be predicted based on Ab titers.
Back in the day, there were many questions as to the positive MAR-test treatment options. Considering that this is an autoimmune condition, it was suggested that men should take glucocorticoids. It produced no positive effect whatsoever but instead caused a bunch of complications. Hence studies as regards the treatment of antisperm antibodies with glucocorticoids stopped everywhere in the world after 1995. Unfortunately, in our country there are still some poor patients undergoing treatment with these drugs. The last thing they think about is reproduction. In a way, it is also A SOLUTION TO THE PROBLEM :)