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Can I have a child with sperm count of 40% with 73% non motile sperms ?

Hy dear sir I m 27 years old 5.9 feet hight and my test report is below Sperm count is 40% Total sperm/ejacculation 200 pus cell is 2-6 Normal spermatonoma 68% Rapid leanear 11 % sluggish linear 15% Non progresive 1% Non Motile 73 % Sir what can i do for me and can i able to make a child if no than tell me how to improve i my self please sir i am verry worry Thanks.
Asked On : Thu, 7 Mar 2013
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Sep 2012
Hello, Welcome to HCM, I am Dr. Das

Look, your semen analysis report indicates normal sperm count (normal is > 15 ml as per WHO 2010).

The motility is lower normal limit (as per WHO 2010, grade a should be >25% or all total >50%).

The Normal sperm count is also within normal limit (as per WHO 2010, normal sperm should be > 04%).

The pus cells, are above normal limit.( as per WHO 2010, normal semen should not contain any pus cells or RBCs).

So, overall, your report indicates genitourinary tract infection and low motility. That means you have to take antibiotics like ciprofloxacin and vitamin E and coenzyme Q.

Answered: Mon, 18 Mar 2013
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