Viscosity is more related to the composition of the semen than with spermatozoa themselves. Even though high viscosity levels rarely cause male infertility, it might be associated with sperm motility issues. For this reason, it should be taken into account when performing a semen analysis.
Moreover, too high viscosity levels are associated with prostate complications
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