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What are the chances of getting pregnant with low sperm count and motility? 

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These results indicate that sperm morphology as currently assessed may not be important in predicting fertility in subfertile men with a mean sperm concentration over 5 million/ml and the % sperm motility may only be a relevant predictor in oligospermic men.

It is concluded that significantly more men with low sperm motility have antisperm antibodies.

Nonviable sperm are more prevalent in samples with low counts and poor morphology but not low motility.

Patients with persistent nonmotile sperm in low numbers could be given cautious assurance of success.