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Planning a baby. Sperm count less. What treatment to be taken to have a baby?

Hi doctor, My name is RAVI iam 32 years old , i Have married since 1 year 3 months .we are planning for the baby but till now my wife not got pregnant .we had met the gynecologist and as instructed by the doctor i had under done semen analysis test and found the sprem count is less my sperm count is 6.24 million /l ml and doctor told it is not possible to have a baby ? can you guide me what is the next hope for me ? Thanks i didn t now it will charged for a query.
Asked On : Thu, 15 Nov 2012
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Sep 2012
Hello, welcome to HCM,

Firstly, your semen analysis report shows low sperm count, (normal is >20 millions / ml as per WHO 2009).

But, nobody can tell you that you will not have a baby with this sperm count because only one motile, normal sperm is enough for pregnancy.

You should consult with an infertility specialist for prescribing some good medicine like coenzyme q and vitamin E and antioxidants.
Answered: Fri, 16 Nov 2012
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