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My semen volum was 8.5ml.urologist says it dilutes the sperm and makes the count lower.count was low.will that effect my chances of becoming a father?

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Dr. David Sneid answered

Specializes in Endocrinology

Total sperm: Count is unchanged no matter what the volume, only the concentration changes with higher volume - doesn't affect fertility. There is no way any of us could evaluate your chances of being a father. Check w/your doctor or a reproductive endocrinologist.

Answered 12/28/2022

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