Low sperm count, decreased sperm motility and abnormal sperms can all lead to infertility problems. Your sperm count is within the reference range of normal. Normal sperm motility is more than 50% and yours is normal. A very high percentage of poor morphology sperm affects fertility. You have only 1% abnormal forms. Infertility can be due to male causes or related to female. PID, blockage of fallopian tube, ovulation dysfunction; hormonal imbalances all can affect fertility. To maximize the chances of conceiving try having sex during the time when your wife ovulates. Ovulation predictor kits can help in detecting when you ovulate. Keep me posted.
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