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Unable to conceive. Semen analysis done, shows low sperm count, low motility. Varicose vein surgery done. Treatment?

Dear Sir, I am 33 year old. married in 2010. we don t have children. I recently done a semen analysis . and the result showing very disappointing. B cause my sperm count is only 3.7m/ml and motility is 5% active and 10% sluggish, mopholology is 20%. I had an surgery for varicose vein 3 years before. so what i have to do now. whats the reason effecting my count. How can I increase my count and motility. Please answer me
Asked On : Fri, 7 Dec 2012
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Sep 2012
Hello, Welcome to HCM, I am Dr. Das.
Firstly, your sperm count is lower than normal ( normal is 15million /ml as per WHO 2009).
The motility is lower than normal ( normal is >40% as per WHO 2009).
The morphology of the sperm is within normal limit ( >04% as per WHO 2009).
So, your count and motility is substandard. For this, you have to be investigated thoroughly . Consult with an infertility specialist for ordering required investigation, for prescribing medication like coenzyme Q, vitamin E etc, and for further management.
Answered: Sat, 8 Dec 2012
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