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A 28-year-old male asked:

Sir, my sperm count is 10 million /ml - sperm qty - 3.2ml - motility - active - 10 % , sluggish - 30% - dead - 60%, pus cell - 3-5. can i be a father

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Dr. Vahe Yetimyan
General Practice 53 years experience
Naturally you: possibly can not. Less than 25 percent of men with sperm counts lower than 12.5 million per milliliter can get their partners pregnant. As a rough estimate, about 1/2 the sperm in a sample must have normal morphology and motility for a man to have a normal ability to father children. You may be able to use in vitro fertilization to become father.
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A 28-year-old male asked:

My sperm count is 10 million /ml - sperm qty - 3.2ml - motility - active - 10 % , sluggish - 30% - dead - 60%, pus cell - 3-5. Can i be a father

1 doctor answer2 doctors weighed in
Dr. Jeffrey Juchau
Family Medicine 35 years experience
It looks to me: like you have an infection. You should not see any pus cells. Best to check with your physician and get treated then try this test again. Additionally, how long did this sample take to be tested after it was obtained? that is a very important piece of information that is missing here.
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