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How much sperm count should we need to conceive baby ... i have checked up last report on 2020 feb that time my sperm count was 100 mil per ml ...and my ml was 2 ml... motality was 98 percent ..now m married but i am scared is my sperm count decrease or what... after two years...? should i need to check up...
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It shoild be at least 15 million.
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More than 15mil is enough but get a detailed report mostly morphology ... Consult with me case of any stess
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Recheck semen analysis again
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share reports on private chat very effective medication available chat online
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Get semen analysis test done again .. Need fresh report to give proper answer
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for further information consult privately
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Share your reports
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