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1.I have been married since last three years, but my wife is not able to conceive. She had undergone some of the tests and all are positive. I had to under go semen analysis the results are as under
volume: 2ml
colour: purely white
reaction : alkaline
viscosity: normal
liqiuification time: 30min
Microscopicsperm count : nil
mobility:
active: nil
sluggish: nil
non motile: nil
morphology:
normal forms: nil
abnormal forms: nil
Other findings:
pus cells: 5-7hpf
ephithelial cells: 3-5hpf
rbc: 1-2hpf
impression: azoospermic semen

microscopic chamber methord,morphology smear methord

my doc told me to under go FSH tests.
my FSH count is 59.4

i know that the FSH is very high, and its rather disturbing to hear that i willnever be able to have kids

is there any hope in future. or what my doc said is right

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replied June 6th, 2012
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replied October 14th, 2017
Thank you for asking at Ehealth forum!

I read your question and i understand your concern. YOur semen analysis indicates azoospermia, means there is no sperm synthesis. I am afraid you cant impregnate. You need a donor sperm or assisted reproductive technique.

I hope it helps. Stay in touch with your healthcare provider for further guidance as our answers are just for education and counselling purposes and cannot be an alternative to actual visit to a doctor.
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