A 42-year-old member asked:
i'm just wondering, if you have dead sperm on your semen anaylsis, does that rule out any chance of having child?
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No.: If all of the sperm are truly dead, then having a child may not be possible. However, having just a small number of live sperm can lead to having a child, though this typically requires in vitro fertilization techniques such as directly injected a patient's sperm into an egg. The underlying cause of low sperm viability can help predict the chance of fathering a child. I wish you the best.
Answered on Apr 6, 2013
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