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Semen analysis done, varicose veins. What are the chances to become a father?

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MY Semen Analysis
Liquefication : within 20 mins
Quantity :1.5ml
Colour : Opaque White
Viscosity : Viscous
Reaction : Alkaline
Fructose : positive
Total Sperm Count : 112mill./ml
Motility : Actively : 10 %
Sllugishly : 20%
Non Motile : 70%
Abnormal Forms :06%
Others : pus cells : 8-10/h.p.f
R.b.cs. : /h.p.f.
Epi . cells : 3-4 / h.p.f.

is this normal report ? or i have varicose veins grade 1
and when i was 20 then , i had mumps , i m 31 year old now.
What r my chances to become a father.&
If not chance any treatment is possible ....or
in this current condition can i become a father or not.
Posted Sun, 24 Jun 2012 in Urinary and Bladder Problems
Answered by Dr. G.Srinivasan 16 hours later
hi,i understand. Prediction is difficult. Varicocele surgery is advisable if testes is small. Otherwise medical treatment is given to improve the motility and can be checked after 3 months. Pls quit smoking if so. Hope this helps. Kindly get back for doubts. Reg, Dr XXXXXXX
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Follow-up: Semen analysis done, varicose veins. What are the chances to become a father? 18 minutes later
Will my testes become normal after vericocel surgery ?
my Dr. gave me this medicine .
pentinds 800 and Argipreg

I want to know that can i become a father in 10% active motility.
After vericocel surgery my testes will become bigger or remain small.
I m preparing for civil services exam and this problem breaks my concentration
and i m not worried about to become a father , i m unmarried , my aim is everything for me , my brother has three child i will adopt one of them so main problem for me is my testes size and low testosterone level ...
i have vitamin b12 deficiency also.
Answered by Dr. G.Srinivasan 8 hours later
hi, if u are unmarried, then semen analysis is a futile exercise. It is done during evaluation of infertility to look for a male factor problem. Testosterone can be replaced if needed. Testis size is not reversible but surgery is done to prevent further damage. All the best for exam as that is more important at present. Pls get back for doubts. Reg, Dr GS.
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