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What's cougulation and deficinecy of fibrinolytic agent?

But coagulation of semen even after one hour is the cause of infertily. This is due to deficiency of fibrinolytic agent. Less calcium, less temperature help in function of fibrinolytic action. that is the answer i recieve on my query...please explain to me what s cougulation and deficinecy of fibrinolytic agent ..does it mean im lack of calcium? or i have to lessen my calcium? what does less temperature mean to help my fibrinolytic? can you suggest some tips so that i can do it as soon as confused because i cant really understand the terms, that s why im asking again..hope you can help me understand..and if its not too much to ask can you please give me the details of what should i do and what i have to avoid..
Asked On : Wed, 11 May 2011
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hi welcome,
coagulation=become thick or not fluid or get clotted or become solidified
deficiency= reduced level
fibrinolytic agent=fibrin is which help to become clot formation or become thick or help to maintain it's thickness
fibrinolytic=the agent which prevents the liquification(become liquid) of the semen
thanking you
Answered: Sat, 18 Jun 2011
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