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My husband had a 99 abnormal morphology in a semen analysis report. What should we do?

my husband had a 99 abnormal morphology in a semen analysis hi i have a five year old daughter and i ve been trying to get pregnant for past 2 years so my doctor told me to get some test done and she told me all my tests r normal however my husbands sperm count is low n the only solution for me to get pregnant is test tube. i want to know if i could get pregnant naturally. my husband is 32 and thats his semen analysis report VOLUME:4.2 SPERM COUNTS:Total count (million/ml): 0.8 Live Count (million/ml): 0.4 MOTILITY: Rapid Linear Progression: 0% Slow Non Linear Progression: 50% NON Progression:50% MORPHOLOGY: 15% PYRIFORM: 8% AMORPHOUS: 77%. thanks
Asked On : Sat, 21 May 2011
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  User's Response
hi,
yes you can have conception, start your husband shatavari+musali+ashwagandha combination along with milk. avoid very spicy food,have udad in meal,avoid alcohol, tobacco, if.
Answered: Sat, 21 May 2011
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hai doctor can i be father after the test volume is 3ml,count 75 millions/ml,motility nil,sluggishly progressive 35%,non progressive 20%,immotile 45%,normal morphology 4%,morphological abnormalities 96%
Answered: Thu, 16 Jun 2011
General & Family Physician Dr. Shainaz Arif Kaware's  Response
Hello;
welcome to HealthcareMagic
Since you have a 5 yrs baby and trying for second child your case is of secondary infertility and this time since your reports are normal it is secondary male infertility.In males secondary infertility can be due to low sperm count because of Varicocele or any infection suffered in recent past and it needs to be investigated and treated.Please consult an Andrologist/Urologist and he will examine your husband and get treated.
All the best
Thanks
Answered: Sat, 21 May 2011
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