The Stokes axisymmetric flow of an incompressible viscous fluid past a micropolar fluid spheroid whose shape deviates slightly from that of a sphere is studied analytically. The boundary conditions used are the vanishing of the normal velocities, the continuity of the tangential velocities, continuity of shear stresses and spin-vorticity relation at the surface of the spheroid. The hydrodynamic drag force acting on the fluid spheroid is calculated. An exact solution of the problem is obtained to the first order in the small parameter characterizing the deformation. It is observed that due to increase spin parameter value, the drag coefficient decreases. Well known results are deduced and comparisons are made with classical viscous fluid and micropolar fluid.