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Semen analysis showed liquefaction of semen. Is there any treatment for non-liquefaction?

Dear panel of Doctors, Myself form india Mumbai, Got married in Dec 2009, Have done my semens analyasis. The reports said i have the Liqification of semens problem, visited one of the Urolosit along with my wife. Who sugested that I can go for the process where thay would clean my semems and put it in my wife womb so that she can conceive as i am 38 and my wife is 36. Is there any treatment for the non liquification of the semens.
Asked On : Fri, 6 Apr 2012
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Hai, Liquefaction problems of semen is due to improper function of prostate gland. It may even be due to prostatitis. It can be easily treatable and curable. Absence PSA or some enzymes secreted by prostate is the reason for delayed or absent liquefaction. Investigate for Prostatitis after prostatic massage, you can diagnose the cause and get cured Otherwise you can go for assisted reproductive techniques by aspirating separately the sperm and injecting it into the ovum- ICSI. Dr SM
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