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Sperm count shows 140 million and progressive motility 20%, advised to be under medication. Is this sperm count normal?

Hi I have sperm count 14o million/ motility is 20%, flickering motility is 20%. Iam married 3 yrs wife dpt pregnant 6 months after marriage, but got aborted in 4 month.from last 1.5 yr we are trying for a baby..but unable to do it.these reports from myside are latest...dotor told marginal decrease in motility..should be under medication , but I observed quiet a number if people with the same motility this a serious problem? Or just sort of hospital game?
Asked On : Tue, 5 Mar 2013
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
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%).

Look, i think you do not need any medication. Because, as per WHO 2010, if you have motile sperm of > 7 -8 millions / ml, you are able to impregnate your wife. As per this, your motile sperm count is much more than required.

So, you do not required any medication. Just try for pregnancy naturally.

Answered: Thu, 7 Mar 2013
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