I have varicocele. It does not hurt or anything, and I never actively tried to impregnate a woman. So I do not have any idea if I am producing proper sperm but are varicoceles linked to infertility? I took a home sperm test, and I saw a faint line come back positive.
I have checked your attached semen analysis report.
The sperm motility is within range in attached report.
The majority sperms are in forward progression motility.
So you are having normal percentage of active motile sperms.
The sperm count and Morphology also within limit.
Hence you may need not to worry about conception according to your attached report.
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what does it mean when it says my viscosity is abnormal?
also, I am glad my motility is within normal range but it is only 4% over the minimum normal range, is there a big chance it will get worse? What is the average motility for men? and is there a way I an increases motility by excersizing or taking vitamins?
The viscosity can be abnormal because of seminal vesicle or prostate problem. But you don't have such history.
If you want to do further work up for that than ultrasonography pelvis and transrectal USG can be done with special emphasis on prostate and seminal vesicle.
Your sperm motility is within range. It is only mild high but it will not creat any problem in conception according to my opinion.
It cannot be predicted whether it will worsen in future or not.
The average motility of normal person is above 40%.
If active motile sperm is more like that in your case than there is usually no problem in conception.
Maintain sperm motility with good nutrition diet like green leafy vegetables and fruits.
You can take becosule or riconia forte like tablet for one month to increase sperm motility.
If in future motility goes further down than Hey Forte like L arginine and zinc containing tablet can be taken.
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