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Done semen analysis. Can high liquifaction time cause difficulty in conceiving?

hi. my husbands semen analysis was done. it showed his semen liquificaction time as 1 hour, reaction alkaline. total count 100 millions/cc, active motile - 70 %, sluggish motile 10%, non motile 20%, pus cells 1-2 / HPF, epithelial cells, occasional. no mention of sperm morphology in the report. we have been married for 4 years and has difficulty conceiving. can this high liquification time be a cause. how can we improve it. is there any medicines or dietary advise for this condition. waiting for ur reply. thanku
Asked On : Wed, 19 Dec 2012
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The first thing will like to know if you, as a couple have seen an infertility specialist for a complete couple work up for infertility? These results give a big possibility still for your husband making children. Have you visited an infertility specialist yet? If not you do. He can advise on certain behavioural patterns to adopt and a few effective drugs are availaible that could help.
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