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Have issues with motility of sperms. Infertility. Worry about infection?

Doctor, I am 40 years and have a problem with the motility of my sperms where there is less than 5-10% motility in the first one hour and none after that. So infertility is a cause of concern for which i have been getting treated for 5 years now without any luck. Have been tried IVF/ICSI twice and even that had failed. This is a problem that i have been living with, however there seems to be another cause of concern where there are RBCs in the semen which has been happening for a month now. Worried about this part and if this is an infection, the same should not spread and want to know the remedies to get it cured. I have taken four samples and RBCs were found in all the four. Please advice
Asked On : Wed, 12 Sep 2012
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Sep 2012
Hi, Welcome to HCM, I am Dr. Das
From your history it is evident that you have primary infertility. Now, you did not mention the amount of pus cells that were found in your sperm. If it is also increased then it is definitely an infection. Just consult your home physician to have a course of antibiotic.
Answered: Thu, 13 Sep 2012
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