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What causes 90% non motility of the semen?

i did not have sex with my wife for 6 days because she had periods and on 6th day i had a night fall (not much) after this i waited for 3 days and went for a semen analysis and i got a very bad report 90% non motile and 0.2 million sperm count . did i choose a wrong day for semen analysis please help
Tue, 13 Mar 2018
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
May 2017

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Your sperm count and motility affected very much. You should repeat your semen analysis again after three days of exposure. It it is still abnormal than further work up done to rule out causes like Hormonal problem, vitamin and mineral deficiency, smoking, alcohol, diabetes, thyroid, drug history etc. Your random glucose, serum FSH, LH, Testosterone level should be checked.

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Dr. Parth Goswami,
General & Family Physician
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