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Semen analysis done. Less motility. What does report mean?

hi sir, recently i have done semen test & found following parameters: colour : greyish white:Viscocity: Highly viscous,Reaction: Acidic (Ph6.5), Sperm concentration:85.0 Million/ml Total motility:25% Grading Rapidly progressive :1%,Sluggishly prog: 24% Non motile: 75% Morphology: normal: 78%,Pin head: 6%,head defect:8%, neck defect:4%,tail defect:2% Is there any major concern because i want to be father
Asked On : Sat, 9 Feb 2013
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Dec 2012
Hello Rahul,

Thanks for posting on HCM
From the report you do not have any concerns on the count. Only at the level of motility that has majority that are non-motible but that should not worry you. Your total sperm concentration is within the normal range.
So Rahul you can go ahead and make beautiful and healthy baby. Just make sure that you should have sexual intercourse in the right periods as from the 10th day to 18th day from start of the 1st day of your partner's menses.
Hope this helps
Nsah, MD
Answered: Sat, 9 Feb 2013
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