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Low motile sperms, infertility diagnosis - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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Doctor :   Hi
User :   i gone for semen test and today i got the report but i m not understanding that
User :   what to look for in the report i had done this report for fertility test
Doctor :   All the factors have individual significance.
User :   few observation are
User :   Fructose - positive
Doctor :   The most important of them are the sperm count, the percentage of mobility.
User :   PH 7.5
Doctor :   Both the factors are fine.
User :   in sperm count they wrote as the number of spermatozoa :- no living or dead spermatozoa seen
User :   what does it mean
User :   motility of spermotozoa (at 37 C)
Doctor :   Spermatozoa are considered normal, if they are motile.
Doctor :   Any spermatozoa which are not moving are often considered as non living or dead spermatozoa.
User :   how do i check that
User :   in sperm count they wrote as the number of spermatozoa :- no living or dead spermatozoa seen what is my sperm count???
User :   how do i come to know abt my sperm count???
Doctor :   From the description, my inference is that the semen had less significant sperms that were normal.
User :   so is this report say that i will not face any problem for child planning
Doctor :   According to the report your chances of parenting a child is less.
Doctor :   A normal, living, motile sperms are needed to cause conception.
Doctor :   your reports have no significant living motile sperms.
Doctor :   Hence the chances of fertility may be affected
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