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Posted by: Honey | 2010/11/03

Child

Is it normal,a man has a child,but after 6 years the child was born,that Dr found out,that the guy has low sperm count and it will be difficult for him,to make a child.Is that possible??

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Yes, sperm counts change over time.

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Posted by: gynaedoc | 2010/11/04

Yes, sperm counts change over time.

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Posted by: Nini | 2010/11/03

Yes it is possible - just because his sperm count is low, does not mean there there is no sperm at all. It may be very difficult to conceive a child, but certainly not impossible. (My husband has a low sperm count, and we have an 8 month old daughter!!!)

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