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Oligoasthenospermia
I am 34 year old man, suffering from Oligoasthenospermia with semen test readings, Ph- Alkaline, Absistence-3 days, Sperm Count 13 mil/ml, Motility 25%(fast progressive 15%), immotile - 75%, Morphology Normal Sperm - 81% Would i able to be Father.
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Hello....40 million to 300 million is the normal range for the number of sperm per milliliter,even less than 20 million is manageable, yours is 13 million ,bit difficult, percentage of active motile sperm should be above 50 % ,your is only 25% ,.. So chances are less consult your doctor with report .
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