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Tests done Sperm motility AC 50%, SL 20%, DD 30%. Pregnancy chances?

should i get pregnant ladies QUANTITY - = 2.5 ml COLOUR - = MILKY WHITE VISCOSITY - = INCREASED REACTION - = ALKALINE pH - = 9.0 LIQUEFACTION - = 30 MINUTES DEPOSITS - = NIL ABSTINENCE PERIOD - = 3 DAYS MICROSCOPIC EXAMINATION TOTAL COUNT - = 60 MILLION/ML SPERM MOTILITY - = AC 50%, SL 20%, DD 30% MORPHOLOGY - = WNL EPITHELIAL CELL - = 8-10 PUS CELLS - = 15-20 ERYTHROCYTES - = NIL OTHERS - = FEW ARE SPERMATED 7 months ago
Asked On : Mon, 18 Mar 2013
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The semen analysis report as you have mentioned is within normal limits. You should not have any problem in fathering a child. Please do not worry. You can increase the sperm motility by taking a healthy diet.
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Answered: Tue, 19 Mar 2013
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