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Planning for baby. Semen analysis done. Do we have a chances of conceiving naturally?

My husband and I have been trying to conceive for about 8-9 months. I chart and it shows that I ovulate regularly. We have had 2 semen analyses and are concerned with the motility . The first sample had 38% motility out of 79.2 million sperm (concentrated) and the second sample showed 41% motility out of 84 million sperm (concentrated). We have an appointment with an RE in a few weeks. But I have read conflicting reports online. Most say that 50% is normal and some say that 40% is normal. Do we have a chance at conceiving naturally?
Asked On : Mon, 18 Jun 2012
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The reports which u have given appear to be okie.
U can conceive with reading dear.not to worry
If u do not conceive naturally in 3 months or so then u can go for iui after consulting ur gynaec
Answered: Thu, 28 Jun 2012
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