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pin head sperm, non motile and have only 1000ml sperm.

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Me and my husband havae been trying to conceive for five years. Recently we have our check up and my ob gyne said i don't have any problem. but my husband on his result states that he has a pin head sperm, non motile and have only 1000ml sperm. the doctor said he has no chance of having someone pregnant. we haven't tried the ultrasound and other test that they want us to do but we are already depressed on what they have said. Is there any chance we could or he could drink vitamins for his sperm count to go up. and what to do with the pin head type kind of sperm? please help us.


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replied July 11th, 2014
Sexual Health - Men Answer A48240
Thank you for asking
The sperm count of your husband is dangerously low. Only thousand per ml and that too with deranged morphology.normal limit of lower range spermatogenesis count is minimum 20 to 30 thousand per ml. Natural means of conception won't be possible in your case.get to a fertility consultant and let them devise assisted reproductive techniques for you.like artificial insemination and icsi intracytoplasmic sperm injection.you need a good fertility consultant. Meanwhile get your husband on antioxidants and zinc supplements and a prophylaxis of antibiotics to help the remaining army.seek help. Be hopeful.nothing is impossible.
may the odds be ever in your favour.
Take care


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