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Report shows sperm motility at 28%, rapid linear progression at 0.1%. Treatment to improve condition?

Dear Sir Iam from pakistan My reports are: [ Sperm counts] Total count 18MILL/MIL Live count 05MILL/MIL Sperm per Ejaculate 54 MILL/MIL [Motility] Percentage Motile sperm 28% Rapid Linear Progression 0.1% Slow/Non Lin Progression 39% Non progressive 60% Sir kindly tell me that my treatment is possible with medicines or not and kindly suggest me medicines.thanks
Asked On : Sun, 2 Dec 2012
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Jul 2016
Thanks for your query.Based on report of semen analysis It is confirmed that you have what is called as Oligoasthenospermia.To be honest I would like to say that there is no medicine that can improve the motility of the sperms though there are plenty of medicines in every pathy for treatment of this condition.But not a single medicine has been found to be effective.You can try Vit C,Vit E,and antioxidants as a short term trail So best way to consult Infertility specialist and go for ICSI to have a child.
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