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Hello, recently my husband was tested for a sperm quality, and the results that concern me are : sperm forward progression is moderate and normal spermatozoa is 16%. I have been told it is normal ...

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sir, i have no good forward progressive motility% .can it be increased by fruits & medicines pl tell the names of the same ...

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(even though I am sitting still) people are talking quickly. I feel like everything is happening in fast forward. This only lasts for a brief period of time, but I am unable to slow it down. ...

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/hpf epithelial cells normoviscid misc nil forward progression ...

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to know is it possible for the cancer to progress that fast so that I m able to feel it? ...

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My husband was recently diagnosed with dementia with primary progressive aphasia with brain atrophy the neurologist didn t detail what this all entails or what we could expect such as how fast the progression would ...

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Good Morning Dr, I have been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes in the month of April. my fasting Blood ... now my fasting Blood glucose is 115-120 mg/dl and PP glucose is 140- 150 mg/dl. My weight has also ...

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53 yr old man, 168 m height, 80 kg, with gradual progressive arthritis on multiple asymmetrical ... to daily activities, more than one joints affected on each episode, high fasting blood sugar on June (150 ...

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Hi dear Dr. My semen report says.. Fast forward progression is 0% Medium forward progression is 45% Slow progression is 30% Motile in Place is 25%. Please suggest if there is any issue in the above ...

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hi, i seen my Semen Test the result is my Rapid Linear Progressive is zero, Sluggish Linear Progressive is 1/2 Hour 20% after 2 Hour is 10% and A+B Total Forward Progressive 1/2 Hour 20 % after 2 Hour ...

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Thanks for asking in healthcaremagic forum Sperm motility may not be fast always and depends upon the medium they are. So, normally 50-60 % of the sperms should be motile calculated among percentage of live sperms. So many have fathered with less percentage of motile sperms. So, please send full details of semen analysis for further suggestions. All the best.

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Hello... Multiple sclerosis has a bad prognosis and the condition worsens very fast...

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Hello Your report is not complete, without which it is difficult to come to a conclusion. For example you have posted 5% poor forward progressive so dies that mean 95% is normal progressive.. Do include full report Thanks