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Found the total count of spermatoza. What does the rest of semen analysis say?

sir, in my semen analysis , it is found that total count of spermatozoa - 1.3 million/ml Motility of spermatozoa are as follow Hrs. Motile suggestive motile non - motile 0 12% 4% 84 % Ist hr. 10 % 3 % 87 % 2nd hr. 3 % 1 % 96 % Morphology of Spermatozoa :- Normal spermatozoa - 68 % Abnormal Spermatozoa - 32 % (a) Big head - 8 % (b) Double - 2 % (c) Long tail - 3 % (d) Tail less - 5 % (e) Pin head - 3 % (f) Head less - 2 % Please suggest me whether i can take oligocare or not ? I am already five years of married life having no child. I am 40 yrs old.
Asked On : Wed, 22 Aug 2012
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Hi ur semen analysis shows only lesser amount of motile sperms rather than nonmotile sperms.motile sperms should be atleast above 60 percent.yes oligicare and evion lc tablet can be used to increase the number of motile sperms.rule out any abnormal morphological structure.the structure of the sperms is ok.
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