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Sperm motility and count
Sperm count is 36 million per ml and motility is 20%. Is this sufficient for planning a baby or not?? If not, what should be done.
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Hi, 36 mill /ml is a decent count. But motility, especially rapid linear progression, needs to be better. Get two more semen tests done in a gap of about 3 weeks each, and each time with an abstinence of 2-3 days. Make sure there is no spillage while collecting the semen. Send the entire reports (not just count and motility) so that we can understand what should be done.
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You can plan for the baby right away, because we cannot rule out chances of pregnancy with this count and motility. Treatment (if warranted) will improve the chances further.
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Hi Get a repeat test , taking care the semen doesn't spill out. Make sure that the vial is sterile and give sample by masturbation Dr Saatiish Jhuntrraa
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