Thanks for the query
Your urine examination is suggestive of lower urinary tract infection
.Sperms in urine if persistent suggests either prostatitis
(this is swelling or inflammation of the prostate
gland, which helps in the manufacturing of semen) or retrograde ejaculation
(this is a condition in which semen moves backwards through the urethra into the bladder rather than out of the body. It is caused by a lack of bladder contractions which normally take place during ejaculation to keep urine and semen separate. Urine will often appear clouded after sex in men with this condition).
I would suggest you to repeat the urine test consult a urologist
for proper evaluation and management.
I hope this answers your query well
Wish you and your family good health