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Trying to conceive. Tests reads non motile 77%, count 11 millions/cc, rapid linear 12%. Suggest?

Hi i am shobana, i am 25 years old.I got married before 1 yearTrying to get concive.My husband age is 27. He have the 12% of rapid linear,04% of slow linear non progressive 07%,non motile 77%,count 11 millions/cc.We consult the doctor.He asked to take the tablet for 2 months .Is there any risk to concive for the above quantity.Else means can you please prescribe the natural food to take for improving?he has the weight of 58.Is there compulsion to reduce weight?Please give me the solution
Asked On : Wed, 20 Feb 2013
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Sep 2012
Hello, Welcome to HCM, I am Dr. Das

Your semen analysis report indicates lower sperm count ( normal is > 15 millions / ml or 39 million total count as per WHO 2010).

Motility is lower than normal limit ( as per WHO 2010, normal motility a+b is > 50%).

With this number and motility, you cant be pregnant. But there is no risk.

Take the foods, that are rich in antioxidant or containing some vitamin C.

Weight reduction is not required solely for this purpose.

Answered: Sun, 24 Feb 2013
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