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Semen analysis done. What does the reports suggest about fertility?

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volume-2ml, color-grayish opalscent, viscisity-normal, ph-7.2, concentration-48X0000/ml, motility:fast progressive-10%, slow progressive-35%, non progressive-10% and immotile-45%.
Total progressive count-43.20X0000. luccocytes-0.2X0000.
Please suggest fertility?
Posted Wed, 1 Aug 2012 in Infertility Problem
Answered by Dr. Mahesh Koregol 1 hour later

Thanks for your query. Your semen sample seems to be fine with low motility for which you can take prescription for antioxidants from your doctor. Another matter of concern is infection (presence of leucocytes). Hence i suggest you to get semen culture test to rule out infection. Please write back to me with semen culture report.

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Follow-up: Semen analysis done. What does the reports suggest about fertility? 8 hours later
Thanx doctor,
He is taking CoQ-antioxidants that my Gynac suggested. Can we simply ask for a semen culture test in a lab?
Answered by Dr. Mahesh Koregol 18 minutes later
hi, please continue the antiixidant tablets. In the lab you just ask for semen culture. Any standard lab will do it. Regards
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