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Found pus cell in semen analysis report. What does it mean?

What does 2-3 pus cells in my semen report mean ? Dear dr. may nay seman test kiya hai es ka result kiya hai.kiya ye normal hai ya nahi agar normal nahe hay to kiya kiya jay... Seman Analysis Volume.3.5 = Viscosity.....Normal Count...120 million/ml .... Microscopic Examination Active....35% = Sluggish.....25% Nonmotile......40% ... Sperm Morphologe Normal....90% = Abnormal....10% PUS Cells.2-3
Asked On : Fri, 25 Jan 2013
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Urologist 's  Response
Jul 2016
Thanks for your query ,Based on the report of Semen Analysis that you have posted it appears to be within normal range except presence of 2-3 pus cells which suggest infection either in Seminal Vesicle or prostate.P,ease take antibiotics like Doxycyclinee twice daily for 3 weeks and repeat semen analysis after completion of treatment I am sure it will get cured and will be normal
Answered: Sat, 26 Jan 2013
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