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Semen analysis report,chances of getting pregnant

Hello Doctor, I am 29 years old. I am eagerly looking for child. I have did all the tests and every thing is normal(fine) in my reports. My husband date of birth is 1978. Here i am sending the Semen Analysis report of my husband. Please kindly let me know what is there in the reports. Test name Result Units ref. range site code SEMEN VOLUME 2.0 ML 1.9 [68] SEMEN PH 9.0 7.1 [68] SEMEN VISCOSITY NORMAL NORM [68] MOTILITY 1HR 60 % 49 [68] Eval: Decreased motility may be due to either non-viable or non motile sperm . Eval: reference: WHO 4th Edition. SPERM COUNT Comment MIL/ML 39 [68] SEMEN MORPHOLOGY pending Comment: SPERM COUNT=0000 I have few questions.... - In the above report its show MOTILITY 1HR is 60% and in the Eval: its says Decreased motility.. What is that means?? - Please suggest What kind of medication he need to take and how many months? - and how many months it will take to conceive me after the treatment? - what is the chances of getting pregnant without treatment and after the treatment? Is there any chances of getting pregnant without treatment? If no what is the chances of getting the pregnancy after the treatment? Is there any treatment available or not ? can i get conceive or not?? Please send me clearly what is there in the above report. Thanks!
Asked On : Sat, 21 Apr 2012
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Thanks for writing to us.
Decreased sperm motility definitely reduces the chances of conception. There are a few supplements which can be tried but their exact efficacy is doubtful. It is best to go for artificial insemination after selecting the healthy sperms.
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Dr. Rakhi Tayal
Answered: Sat, 19 May 2012
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