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Done semen analysis test. Do I have some problem and cannot be a father?

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Hi my Sperm concentration is 12 mil, motility 45%...Vitality 60%....Morphology 40%.. Semen fructose, Qualitative says Positive...Do i have some problem and cannot be a father..Kindly let me know..What steps should i take so that i can increase my chances for being a father...
Posted Mon, 9 Jul 2012 in Infertility Problem
Answered by Dr. Chetna Jain 13 hours later
Your total count is low rest is normal.
For conception only 1 sperm is required.
Men with repeated counts below 20 million/ml have reduced fertility but most of then become fathers with or without assistance.
Semen count fluctuates and you must have a repeat sample about 6 wks later from the first one to know if you really have low count.
Please follow the following
1 avoid smoking
2. avoid alcohol
3. check blood sugar and keep it normal
4 exercise regularly
5 wear loose undergarment
6 avoid excessive exposure to heat
7 avoid stress and take regular sleep
8 avoid body building steroids and recreational drugs
9 medications like antioxidants and clomiphene citrate helps

There are a lot of assisted reproductive techniques which can help you so dont worry
Best wishes
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Follow-up: Done semen analysis test. Do I have some problem and cannot be a father? 9 hours later
How much are the chances of becoming a father..
Answered by Dr. Chetna Jain 14 hours later
About 15% of couples will have difficulty in conception of which 50% will conceive with treatment.
So there is 92.5% chance that you will have a baby.
We as Infertility specialists will be able to help you.
Best wishes
Pl stop smoking alltogether and drink not more than 2 pegs a week
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