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Done with semen analysis test. Is it normal?

Hi it’s my husband semen test report what its actually means CLINICAL PATHOLOGY Semen Analysis 31-Jan-2013 Specimen Specimen Collected In Lab . Date of Collection: 31 January 2013 . Time of receiving in the lab: 1:00 Pm . Physical Examination Result Reference Range Color White Gray White to gray Volume 01 ml 2 - 5 Consistency Gelatinous Viscid, opalescent pH 8.0 . 7.2 – 8.0 Liquification Time 90 Minutes 20 - 60 Microscopic Examination Total Count 03 mil/ml =/ 20 WBC ( PUS Cells) 1-2 /HPF 0 - 4 Motility Rapidly Motile 00 % =/ 50 Slow Progressive 00 % Non Progressive 10 % Non Motile 40 % Dead 50 % Morphology Normal 60 % 70 Abnormal 40 % 30
Asked On : Mon, 4 Feb 2013
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Hi, thanks for using healthcare magic

The volume is slightly less than normal at 1ml, it should be at least 2 ml.
There is also a delay in the liquifactation time, it should be 20-30 mins.
At least 50% of the sperm are suppose to be motile or moving , however in your husbands case , this is unfortunately far from so. 50% are dead and 40% aren't moving at all.

At least 30% are suppose to have a normal morphology (shape), this is normal at 60%.

I hope this helps,
Answered: Mon, 4 Feb 2013
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