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Done semen analysis. Normal?

kindly read my report its normal or some problem? Investigation Findings Unit Normal Ranges SEMEN ANALYSIS: * Sample Date : 26/11/2012 10:01 PHYSICAL EXAMINATION:- - QUANTITY 3 ML 1.5 - 5 COLOR GREYISH WHITE - REACTION (pH) ALKALINE - APPEARANCE VISCOUS - LIQUIFACTION TIME WITHIN 30 MINUTES - MICROSCOPIC EXAMINATION:- - SPERM COUNT 76.2 MILLION/ML 20 - 120 MOTILITY:- - ACTIVELY MOTILE 60 % 60 - 80 SLUGGISH MOTILE 10 - NON MOTILE 30 - MORPHOLOGY:- - NORMAL FORMS 85 - OTHER FORMS 15 - CLINICAL FINDINGS:- - WHITE BLOOD CELLS 04 - 06 / HPF - EPITHELIAL CELLS OCCASIONAL - RED BLOOD CELLS 02 - 03 / HPF -
Asked On : Thu, 29 Nov 2012
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hi there, your semen analysis report are much within the normal range. The pus cells and RBC are may be a little abnormal but you could take a course of antibiotics and it can be resolved. Visit your physician and get an antibiotic prescribed. Rest everything is fine. Take care.
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