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Doctor suggested to take carnisure 500 after the semen test. Can I have a kid in normal way ?

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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OBGYN 's  Response
Although your sperm count is good,the quality of the sperms is very poor.The medicine has been given to help improve the quality of the sperm.If there is any improvement ,i doubt that you can conceive the natural way,You may at least have to try IUI,or some assisted method of reproduction.
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OBGYN Dr. Reji. D's  Response
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in your semen analysis count is adequate but motility is nill one should have at least 50%active motile sperms to be fertile.but don't worry first you have to get examined by an infertility specialist/urologist to rule out any varicocoele if it is there correction of it alone will dramatically improve your motility....then you can have the baby in natural way
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