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Semen analysis revealed Motile Sperm Count(TMSC): 104 million. Planning for baby. What does the report indicate?

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Dear Doctor,

Planning for baby for last 6 months. Semen analysis Test done. Following are the results:
Abstinence:3 days
Volume: 2 mL
Liquification 30 min
pH:7.8
Viscosity : Normal
Sperm Concentration: 70 million/ml
Total Sperm Conc.:140 million
Mortality:
a) Progressive actively motile:25%
b) Progressive sluggish motile:35%
c) Non Progressive motile: 10%
d) Non Motile:30%

Morphology
Head Abnormality: 68%
Midpiece Abnormality: 32%
Tail Abnormality:24%

Normal Morphology:16%
Vitality : 70% live
Round Cells: 6-8/HPF
Agglutination: Nil
Total Motile Sperm Count(TMSC): 104 million

May Please analyse report
Posted Wed, 10 Jul 2013 in General Health
 
 
Answered by Dr. Imraan Hussain 2 hours later
Hi XXXXX,

Thanks for your query.

I have read your semen analysis report, it has got quite a good number of motile sperms, although the number of defective sperm is moderately high but they do not play a role in fertilization.

With this much normal number of sperms , fertilization is possible without any problem.

Hope , I have answered , if you have any other query I would be honored to reply.

Regards,

Dr. XXXXXXX
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