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Does semen report with 10% mobility, 40.6 mill/ml sperm count mean fertility ?

Hello Doctor, I m 28 years old, I have done a semen test and got these values: Sperm Count : 40.6 Million/ml ---- total ejaculation sperm count:208.1 Million/ml Mobility: Grade a (Fast Progressive): 10% - Grade b (Slow Progressive): 30% - Grade c (Sluggish): 15% - Grade d (Immotile) : 45% Viability (1Hr): 60% Morphology are all in normal Values. 7 Days Abstain
Asked On : Fri, 22 Feb 2013
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Sep 2012
Hello, Welcome to HCM, I am Dr. Das

Your semen analysis report indicates normal sperm count ( normal is > 15 millions / ml or 39 million total count as per WHO 2010).

Motility is below normal limit ( as per WHO 2010, normal motility a+b is > 50%).

Morphology is within normal limit ( as per WHO 2010, normal morphology is > 04%).

So, you have only low sperm motility.

You should take some coenzyme Q and vitamin E group of drugs. These are very helpful.

Answered: Fri, 22 Feb 2013
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