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Semen analysis done. What does the values signifies? Can I plan for a baby?

hi this is adeel i wanted to discuss my seman analysis reports vol:3.2ml total counts :134.0 million/ml live counts 110.0 millionlml motality rapid linear progression 20% slow/non lenear progerssion 70% non progresive 10% test prepreation data vol used 1.0ml total count 61.0 live count 60.0 rapid linear progression 55% slow/non linear progression 45% Morphology forms 44% Midpiece Abnormailtes abnormal 6% pls teel me what my reports says iam a perfect man or can i make a baby or not thanks
Asked On : Mon, 19 Nov 2012
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
i am Dr Siddiq from pakistan....
your semen analyses is perfectly normal in terms of
semen amount,
sperm count,
sperm motility,
sperm morphology....
you are obviously fertile...and can make your wife pregnent,if you go for intercoarse at day 13,14,15,16 of 1st day of menses....
Answered: Wed, 23 Oct 2013
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