Doc, my husband's semen analysis report is

liquefaction: 45min
volume: 2ml
ph: 7.4
days of absence :02days

sperm conc: 21mil/ml

motility
rapid progressive-11%
slow progressive;29
non progressive:20
immotile:40
normal morphology: <4%
pus cells : 3/hpf
final: Teratozoospermia

we are trying for a baby for a few months..bt no result...wat is his problem?is it curable?nw he is having Fertisure M tablet.. will it help us??and i had endometriosis problem..and had a laparoscopy on last october and took 3 course of lupride 3.75mg till dec...and got my periods on feb14...after tht i have regular periods in every month...
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replied April 26th, 2014
Thank you for asking!
Lower border of normal count of sperms with only 4 % of normal morphology when it should be minimum of 60 % and that severe oligospermia is least likely to conceive on natural means. Get to a fertility consultant and try some assisted reproductive techniques for the conception.ICSI and IVF and some recommended ones. Get to Fertility consultant and let them help you.
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replied June 10th, 2015
Volume: 4ml
Ph: 8
Liquefaction: 30 mint
Interval between start of ejaculation and analysis (before liquefaction) 10 mint
SPERM MOTILITY (%) (100 Spermatozoa):
a) Rapid Progression: 10%
b) Slow Progression: 15%
c) Non-Progressive Motility: 15%
d) Immotile: 60%
Agglutination: --
Vitality: --

Count / ml: 95 Million

MORPHOLOGY (%):
Normal: 40%
Abnormal: 60%
Head Defects: 20%
Tail Defects: 15%
Neck and Mid piece Defects: 10%
Cytoplasmic Droplets: 05%
Headless ‘Pinhead’: 10%
Pus Cells: 8-10
Red Blood Cells:6-8
Epithelial Cells : Nil
Miscellaneous : Nil
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replied June 10th, 2015
is my SA analysis report is normal?
or should i need treatment?
can i be a father?

Volume: 4ml
Ph: 8
Liquefaction: 30 mint
Interval between start of ejaculation and analysis (before liquefaction) 10 mint
SPERM MOTILITY (%) (100 Spermatozoa):
a) Rapid Progression: 10%
b) Slow Progression: 15%
c) Non-Progressive Motility: 15%
d) Immotile: 60%
Agglutination: --
Vitality: --

Count / ml: 95 Million

MORPHOLOGY (%):
Normal: 40%
Abnormal: 60%
Head Defects: 20%
Tail Defects: 15%
Neck and Mid piece Defects: 10%
Cytoplasmic Droplets: 05%
Headless ‘Pinhead’: 10%
Pus Cells: 8-10
Red Blood Cells:6-8
Epithelial Cells : Nil
Miscellaneous : Nil
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