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Q : Dear Doctor ,I m 46 years old, Below is my semen analysis report Total Volume 2.5ml , COLOUR-GREY, Liquefaction Time:30min, pH- ALKALINE,Viscosity-HOMOGENEOUS,WBC s 7-8/HPF ,TOTAL SPERM COUNT 69.6 MILLION/ML, ACTIVE Motile 30 %, SLUGGISH Motile 20 %, NON MOTILE 50 % ,Normal forms 60%,Young forms 5%,Giant forms 5%,Pin-head/ tapered head forms 10%,other 20%. I m going to marry next month ,i want to know is there any dificulty of becoming a father in the future;please advice.
Asked On : Thu, 31 Mar 2011
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This semen analysis report appears to be normal apart from few WBCs which suggests infection. Get a semen culture done. You need to take antibiotics to clear this infection. Treatment of infection will further improve your sperm function. Overall report is normal and i don't see any difficulty in you becoming father. All the best.
Answered: Thu, 31 Mar 2011
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