Our expert says:
I would strongly suggest that you see a urologist however I would try and give you some advice or explanation on your semen analysis that you have posted. Your sperm volume and sperm count appear normal. However the sperm motility is low which means the function of the sperm to swim to appropriate site is inhibited and in addition the number of normal forms are only 2%. That means 98% of your sperm appear to have an abnormal shape and this would indicate a poor quality sperm sample. sperm samples such as these have an association with a low potential for fertility and therefore will certainly contribute to male factor infertility. I would suggest that you see your urologist to ascertain if there are any factors possible clinically that may be rectified to improve these sperm parameters. If he is unable to help you or if he feels that it cannot be rectified then you may require assisted reproductive techniques when you and your partner are trying to have a baby together.
Answered by: Dr Y.M. Dasoo
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