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Can I have normal children with a sperm count of 40 million/ml and motility 50% ?

HI DOCTORS MY SEMEN REPORT IS ABOVEHI DOCTORS MY SEMEN REPORT IS ABOVEHI DOCTORS MY SEMEN REPORT IS ABOVEHI DOCTORS MY SEMEN REPORT IS ABOVEHI DOCTORS MY SEMEN REPORT IS ABOVE SEMEN ANALYSIS VOLUME20ML15 5 COLOURGREYISH TIME OF COLLECTION930 AM VISCOCITYTHIN LIQUEFACTION TIME40MIN REACTION phALKALINE MICROSCOPIC EXAMINATON TOTAL SPERM COUNT40MILLION SEMEN ANALYSIS VOLUME 2.0 ML (1.5-5) COLOUR GREYISH TIME OF COLLECTION 9:30 AM VISCOCITY THIN LIQUEFACTION TIME 40 MIN REACTION (ph) ALKALINE MICROSCOPIC EXAMINATON TOTAL SPERM COUNT 40 MILLION/ML (60-150) ACTIVE 50 % (60-75) SLUGGISH 30 % (10-15) NON MOTILE (DEAD) 20 % (10-30) PUS CELLS 1-2 /HPF
Asked On : Mon, 14 Mar 2011
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i have already seen your report and replied to you earier. You sholud see urologist for physical examination but should not be unduly worried with this report. It is a good report
Answered: Mon, 14 Mar 2011
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