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Planning for a baby. Semen analysis done. What are the findings and treatment required?

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I have done semen analysis since we are planning and been trying past 6 months. My sperm count is 57.6 millions per ml, Rapid linear progressive as per Macloed's Grade is IV& III, after is 1/2 hr 18% and after 2 hrs is 15%, Sluggish linear progressive as per Macloed's Grade is II, after 1/2 hr is 12% and after 2 hrs is 10% and Total Forward progressive is 30% after 1/2 hr and 25% after 2 hrs. Non motile is 62% after 1/2 hr and 65% after 2 hrs. Sperm morphology shows Abnormal forms as 40%. Kindly advice over report
Posted Tue, 19 Feb 2013 in Infertility Problem
Answered by Dr. Rhea Chanda 1 hour later
Your semen analysis report indicates that you have a normal sperm count,but the motility and morphology are sub normal.You can improve on that.Semen analysis report depends on several factors. Diet,addiction,clothes,environment,length of abstinence. You can improve your diet,avoid alcohol and smoking, avoid tight underclothes, stay away from heated environments.
You can take Tab Fertisure M 1 tab twice a day for 3 months and the repeat the semen analysis.
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