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Normal sperm count

Monday, 28 May 2001
Answered by: DoctorNDTV
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Q. What is the normal sperm count for a man for him to be able to become a father?

A.  The normal average sperm count in males is about 50 million/ml of semen. Though the count varies, a count less than 20 million/ml may cause problems in conception. There is no higher limit for the amount of sperm in the semen. Theoretically you need only one motile sperm to father a child.

A.  The normal average sperm count in males is about 50 million/ml of semen. Though the count varies, a count less than 20 million/ml may cause problems in conception. There is no higher limit for the amount of sperm in the semen. Theoretically you need only one motile sperm to father a child.

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