i got married one year ago.. No fertility still.
Recently I did a semen analysis… Report contains:
colour: grayish white
liquefaction time: 50 min
chemical examination: reaction ph: alkaline (8.0)
pus cells 5-8/hpf
epithelial cells: Absent
Normal forms 60%
abnormal forms 40%
motility at one hour
non motile 50%
sperm concentration 34.6 mill/mL
total sperm count 103..8 mill/ejaculate
This is my report… please let me know if it is a serious condition.. Does it affect sperm count and motility?
Thank you sir/madam07/13/2018 at 7:08 am
Hello srinivasarao a,
Yes, oligoasthenozoospermia is a sperm disorder that affects sperm count and sperm motility. It can be treated naturally with a healthier diet that includes high amounts of vitamin C, B12 and E, as well as folic acid, among others.
If natural remedies don’t work, intrauterine insemination or IVF with ICSI can help you fulfill your dream of becoming parents.
Read more: What Is Oligoasthenozoospermia?
I hope this helps,
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