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Hello doctors, my semen analysis report is as below. We are trying for 2nd baby and I am extremely worried about 20% of sperms being abnormal (against morphology). Can someone please advise if this is normal and there is absolutely nothing to worry. * semen examination investigation result reference range method physical examination appearance: whitish volume: 2 ml liquefaction time: 20 minutes <= 30 minutes chemical examination fructose: present microscopic examination sperm count: 180 million/ml motility: 80 % progressive motility: 70% non-progressive motility: 10% nonmotile: 20% morphology: 80% - normal 20% - abnormal with bent neck, coiled tail and double head. Impression: normospermia.

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20% of sperms being abnormal - is normal any couple desirous of pregnancy and not getting same naturally must meet gynecologist or infertility specialist accepting facts that it needs many reports and different trials of treatment. Means couple must have patience and go to one in whom they have trust to stick for a long time. Or husband of couple may meet urogenital surgeon.
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