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Hi! I am Olivia. I am married for 3 years and we are trying to conceive. We went to the doctor and there is some problem with my husbands fertility. I would like to know how does sperm motility affect fertility? Does this have such a great impact that we can't conceive all this time?

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Sperm motility is how much the sperm swim around and how well they swim. Sperm need to be healthy swimmers to swim up inside the female reproductive tract, find a fertile egg, and break through the egg s outer surface to impregnate the egg. Different things can affect sperm motility, like heat, time since the man s last orgasms and ejaculations, vitamens and minerals a man eats, sperm age, the vagina health and PH being hospitable to sperm, and other factors. This can change in men over time, going up and down in different ejaculations. The lab or dr that tested his sperm can explain his unique results to you better and what might improve your ability to become pregnant.
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Sperm motility is the ability of sperm to move efficiently. This is important in fertility because sperm need to move through the woman's reproductive tract to reach and fertilize her egg. Poor sperm motility can be a cause of male factor infertility. Around 90 percent of male infertility issues are caused by low sperm count, but poor sperm motility is an important factor also. The causes of low sperm motility vary, and many cases are unexplained. Damage to the testicles, which make and store sperm, can impact on the quality of sperm. Common causes of testicle damage include infection, testicular cancer, testicular surgeryan issue a man is born with, undescended testicles or injury. The long-term use of anabolic steroids can reduce sperm count and motility. The long-term use of anabolic steroids can reduce sperm count and motility.

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Semen analysis is the most basic and useful test, and it can detect 9 out of 10 men with a fertility problem. The test assesses the formation of the sperm, as well as how they interact in the seminal fluid.

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