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I am with Polycystic ovary syndrome.Husband sperm active motility is 0%.Is it possible to conceive ?

hello sindu,24.height 157,weight 51..i take scan at my period 9th day doctor said psod problem,then my husband also take semen analysis test the active motility in % is zero,it mean all sperms r dead in this specimen ,sperms count 5million/ml,pus cells present++
Asked On : Fri, 17 Jun 2011
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Infertility Specialist 's  Response
Sindhu, for you the problem is PCOS which means there is irregular egg release from your ovaries. Your body weight is normal so you will respond well to treatment. Your husbands semen analysis shows lots of dead cells, maybe due to infection. He will need to take antibiotics and other medicines to correct the problem. Also make sure he does repeat semen analysis after '3 days without sex'.
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General & Family Physician Dr. Shainaz Arif Kaware's  Response
Hello sindu ;
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PCOD is a hormonal problem and it can make your periods irregular causing problems to conceive.But in your case the big issue is with your husband where the sperms are all dead.Please get him to a Urologist and get examined and treated to improve sperm count and motility.Without the sperms it is not possible to get pregnancy so get him treated first.
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