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An_254493 posted:
I did a fertility test and it came with normal results Total Ejaculate 130 millions, Sperm Conc-65mill/ml, sperm motility (total progessive 36%/1hr, 12%/2hrs).

below results as subnormal
Normal forms 3%n(5th (percent value)
Excessive residual cyoplasm 15%
DNA fragmentation index (DFI) 57%

So as per the sugesstion with the doctor i undergone a Ultrasonograpy of scrotum and color doppler test and below thing was observed

There is evidence of Varicocel on left side with dilated veins measuring upto 2.8mm and shows reflux on vasalva
Impression: Left Varicocele
Bilateral Normal Testicular Morphology


doctor also suggested Blood test and results came as normal
Serum FSH-Follicle stimulating hormone (ECLIA) - 2.3 mIU/ml
Serum LH- Lutenizing Hormone (ECLIA) - 4.9 mIU/ml
Serum Prolactin (ECLIA- 7.6 ng/mL
Serum Estradiol/E2 (ECLIA/MCIA) -43 pg/m:
Serum Testterone (ECLIA -8.010 bg/ml
Serum free Testosterone(ECLIA) -155.00 pg/mL



Could you please tell the possible ways of improve the results to have a child. many thanks in advance.
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