Our expert says:
It is rather difficult to modify sperm morphlogy and therefore the 9% normal sperm may be difficult to rectify. However, despite this, it is not uncommon with men with this kind of abnormalities to father children by natural means.
This depends to some extent on the absolute sperm count and other parameters such as sperm motility which I have not been informed of.
The problem with your menstrual period is of more serious concern as it appears to be of recent onset and is not based on hormonal imbalance. However it would be interesting to see which hormone tests were conducted as there may be one or two rather important tests which could have been ommitted. In any case, depending on your age, ie if you are over 35, my advise would be to begin assisted reproductive techiques as soon as possible such as IUI or IVF, depending on the status of your fallopian tubes.
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