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Pregnancy Problem

Please help by seeing this semen analysis
semen reaction 7.5 and viscosity reduced and sperm count 0.7 million can i make my wife pregnant with this sperm quality
or is there any medicine whch can increase semen count

Thanks in advance
 
  dopede79 on 2010-08-17
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Please give detail of your semen report stating active/non active or motile/nonmotile/slugush spermatoza etc.


dr. mahfooz
 
Mahfoozurrehman last decade
Thanks for seeing it
Here's the full report please let me know any more information required...
Thanks in advance and waiting for your reply...
Volume 2.0 ml
Viscosity Reduced
Liquification Complete in 30 min
Reaction 7.5
Sperm Count per ml 0.7
Motility
1st hr 60
Grade +++
2nde HR 50
Grade +++
3rd HR 45
Grade +++
Morpholgy
Normal 75
Abnormal 25
Other Findings
WBC 0-1
RBC NIL
Germinal cells 0-2
Parasies NIL
Sperm agglutination NIL
 
dopede79 last decade
Please do not use PTK-40 Damiana Pentarkan
It will surely increase ur count but when you leave it your count will decreased more then before.
Use another medicines
 
aman_khan303 last decade

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