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Does agglutination reduce male fertility ?

Doctor Please have a look at my semen analysis report and kindly suggest Volume- 2.5 Ml Appearence- Normal pH-8 Liquefaction- 30 min Sperm Count/ml- 127.5 Sperm Count/ejaculation- 255 mil Motility (1 Hour)--50% Motility Grade Progressive (PR)- 20% Not Progressive (NP)-30% Immotile - 50% Normal Forms -60 % Abnormal Heads 20% Abnormal midpieces - 10 % Abnormal Principal pieces -08 % Excess residual cytoplasm -02% WBC/ml - 400,000 Agglutination - Present
Asked On : Sat, 4 Jun 2011
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     you can become father ,but it will be better if you improve your semen quality with good diet ,stopping smoking & alcohol ( if you are taking)and antioxidants & vitamin E
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