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Can I have children normally with a sperm count of 75 millons /ml, nil motility ?

sir i am 34 yrs wt 80 kg i did my semen test the report shows that total count is 75 millons/ml,motility is nil,sluggishly progressive 35%,,non progressive 20 %,immotile 45% normal morphology 4%,morphological abnormalities 96%.the doctor has advised me to take carnisure 500.iam little bit confused whether i can have a kid in a normal way.please suggest me your kind advice
Asked On : Mon, 25 Jul 2011
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Homeopath 's  Response
In case of nil motility pf sperms( the ability of sperms to travel in the uterine cavity to reach the fallopian tube),you should visit a general surgeon who would examine your testicles and would advise for a semen culture.he would further recommend for a doppler ultrasound of the testicles paralleled wih fnac(biopsy) and assess if anything could be done.
In the mean time you should start wearing loose underwears and go for a brisk walk for 30-45 minutes each day.
In case of doubt,semen analysis should be first repeated after 3 days of abstinance and the sample should be processed within 30 minutes.
Answered: Sun, 30 Dec 2012
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General & Family Physician Dr. Pragnesh Vachharajani's  Response
hi,thanks for query.Just do not get depressed with one semen report.After 3 days of abstinence go for another semen test and see the results.Other wise also you should not have problem in having a child.Today with advent of methods like IUI where semen is directly put in to uterus there should not a problem.
wishing all the best.
Answered: Sat, 30 Jul 2011
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