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Semen analysis test, 0 motiltiy, had disturbances and couln't get it done correctly. Cause?

Respected sir/madam, we had a semen analysis today, but my husband said that he couldn t do it properly as there was lots of disturbances. but managed to get 2 ml at last. i would like to know is it because of this reason that the motility results shows 00 in semen analysis report?? looking forward to hearing from you soon Regards, Hema
Thu, 14 Jun 2012
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thanks for ur query on HCM
no dear motility 00 can not be due to the story u have told us
usuall for semen analysis ur husband has to ejaculate after 2 days of sex free day inorder to increase the amount of ejaculate
inability to properly ejaculate can never be a cause of immotile sperm
normall atleast 50% of the sperms has to normal forward motility
otherwise it is not possible to say its normal semen analysis
hence i conclude ur hubby's semen analysis is not normal
i think u got my point
thank u
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