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My Semen Analysis report shows delayed liquefaction

Semen Analysis Report, Color:Opaque White, Reaction (Ph) : Alkaline, Liquefaction : Delayed, Viscosity : Increased, Volume : 3 ml, Sperm count :30millions/ml, Active motile :50%, Sluggishly motile : 25%, Non motile : 25%, Epithelial Cells : Occasional/hpf, Pus cell : 2-3/hpf, Abnormal forms : 15%, I am married for 2 yrs, kindly let me know my chances of becoming father, or do i need to undergo some treatment. Please suggest
Asked On : Wed, 2 Mar 2011
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Homeopath 's  Response
hello dear, dont worry, since 75 % of ur sperms r motile,u can become a father.
all the best.
Answered: Wed, 2 Mar 2011
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Homeopath Dr. Arif. K. Kaware's  Response
since the viscosity is increased there is a delay in liquefaction.Otherwise your report seems to be normal & yes there are good chances that you will become father .As for treatment please consult your Gynaec first who will see your wife & accordingly she will advise if you need any treatment.
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