Hi, my husband just had a semen analysis, he has a very high sperm count of 195 million/ml, however the highly progressive are 25%, the moderately progressive are 10% and the sluggish motility are 20%.the motile in place are 5 and nonmotile are 40%. normal forms 90% and abnormal 10%. Is his fertility good enough to get me pregnant with the above results?
I would say that yes, you can conceive naturally with those SA numbers. His count is great, and should help cancel out any motility issues, though 25% highly progressive is still not that bad. How long have you been trying?
If he is willing, get him taking some vitamins and minerals, vitamin C and E, zinc, selenium and l-carnitine. As well, make sure that he stays away from hot tubs and limits his alcohol intake. If he smokes, quitting can help.
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