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Sperm count not regulated. Taking fertility medication. Will I be okay?

Hi, I need to ask about my male fertility problems, I have performed several medication courses over 5 years but the active sperms count is always between the range of 10-15%, when I take any fertility medicines the sperm counts increases a littile but the PH also incraeses some times upto 20.00. The sperm count is usually 30-40mill. The non-motile sperms are usually more then 50% percent, the rest are sluggesh. Up until last semen test the liquification time was 30min, which is now increased to 1Hr. I am not sure what should I do, I have seen several Urologists. 2 years back we did an ICSI- IVF treatment where the pregnancy lasted for 6 weeks only. I NEED HELP
Asked On : Sun, 10 Mar 2013
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Sep 2012
Hello, Welcome to HCM, I am Dr. Das

Look, your semen analysis report indicates normal sperm count (normal is > 15 ml as per WHO 2010).

The motility is within normal limit (as per WHO 2010, grade a should be >25% or all total >50%).

The Normal sperm count is also within normal limit (as per WHO 2010, normal sperm should be > 04%).

So, overall, your report indicates no abnormality. You do not need anything to do. You are absolutely normal.

Answered: Mon, 11 Mar 2013
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