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What are the findings from the semen analysis report? Any abnormality?

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Hi can any one tell my report status

my report is vol: 2ml
colour: greyisg white
viscosity: normal
self liquefaction time: 30 min
chemical examination: alkaline
count: 52 million/ml
active forward motility: 10%
linear motility: 20 %
slugish: 30%
morphology normal: 90%
morphology abnormal:10%
pus: 4-5/hpf
impression: normozoosperimia
Posted Mon, 18 Nov 2013 in Men's Health
Answered by Dr. V. Sasanka 18 minutes later
Brief Answer:
Most probably normal

Detailed Answer:
It looks like you have reasonably normal appearing semen analysis. The sperm concentration, and motility and morphology are within limits, though active motility could be better.
However, I suggest that you get another sample examined after one month. This is not to alarm you, but to ensure that everything is done as recommended by WHO, which prescribed that two semen samples be examined, preferably one month apart, (and an abstinence period of 3-7 days is followed) before a definite conclusion or recommendation is made.
Hope I have been able to help you.
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