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Astheno Teratozoospermia - Motility / Morphology issue

Postby technaf » Wed May 05, 2010 12:06 pm

I have a child from my first marrige. Now I am divorced and thinking of getting married and have another child. I did a semen analysis and the following result with Motility 34% and Normal Forms Morpholoty only 6% (vs > 14% as kruger suggests).

I am a bit surprised how could I get my first child with only 2 months try. If someone have fathered before will he have any issues to have another child? Please let me know how bad is the report and what are my options?

ph = 8
vol = 4 ml
concentration 20M/ml
total count = 80M
Round cells = 1/occ
Clumping <5
Sperm viability = 83%

Total Motility = 34% (Rapid 0%, Forward 5%, Slow 86%, Non Prog. 9%)
Morphology: Normal 6%, Head Defects 85%, Neck-Mid Defects 5%, Tail Defect 4%, Immature cells 0%

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