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What does infertility test say? What does my sperm count indicate?

im phil from the philippines. i am starting to undergo infertility work up. i had my semen analysis done and it shows the ff. can u pls interpret it? is there a big chance can i be a father? color: pearly white volume approx:2ml viscosity:viscous liquefaction time: failed to liquify after 1 hr motility motile non motile upon receipt 60% 40% 1st hour 50% 50% 2nd 30% 70% 3rd 20% 80% morphology: normal 92% abnormal: 8% giant head:3% double head:3% pin head:2% sperm count: 4,950,000/mL
Asked On : Mon, 25 Jun 2012
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Hi Phil,

I have read your semen analysis report with diligence.

Your sperm count is very less at 4 million and nine hundred and fifty thousand. The normal sperm count is a minimum of 20 million per ml. However, the morphology is good at 60%.

Also, the semen failed to liquefy even after an hour. This is not normal. Normally, semen should liquefy in 40 minutes.

You should get back to your infertility specialist and discuss about further options available for you.

Hope this helps.

Answered: Mon, 25 Jun 2012
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i will in such cases homoeopathy works very well there is no medicines which is available with infertility speciality which really work completely they work just temperary way
Answered: Mon, 23 Jul 2012
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