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 MALE INFERTILITY –Delayed liquefaction of semen may lead to infertility.

 Semen is a thick gel at the time of ejaculation and normally becomes liquid within 20 -30minutes after ejaculation. When semen is ejaculated, it is thick and gelatinous. This is to help it adhere to the cervix.  .The liquefaction is the process when the gel formed by proteins from the seminal vesicles is broken up and the semen becomes more liquid. The semen eventually liquefies to enable the sperm to swim better Liquefaction time is a measure of the time it takes for the semen to liquefy.

Delayed liquefaction may indicate a problem with the prostate, the seminal vesicles, or the bulb urethral glands, which are also known as the male accessory glands.

If delayed liquefaction occurs, your doctor may follow up with a post-coital test (PCT). This fertility test evaluates the woman’s cervical mucus after sexual intercourse. If sperm are found and moving normally, the delayed liquefaction is not consider a problem.

Homeopathic medicines will very well act in Delayedliquefaction of semen.

Within 3 months we will expect a good result in this case