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Is my semen analysis report normal with pus cells, count and viability rate?

Is my semen analysis report is normal ? Macroscopic assessment: Volume: 4ml Viscosity: normal Reaction: alkaline Color: normal Microscopic assessment Count: 36,000,000/ml Viability: 55% motile at 60 minutes Motility: G 2+3+ (grading 0-4) Abnormal forms: 65% Pus cells: 3-4/HPF Debris: + Sperm aggregation: nil Parasites: nil
Asked On : Tue, 15 Jan 2013
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hi there, according to WHO criteria in the 5th edition a sperm count of >20mill/ml, motility of >50% volume of >1.5ml and normal forms of >4% are considered to be normal, so according to that criteria your semen analysis is within normal limits but beyond this there are many other factors that affect fertility and if that is your issue then you may visit a fertility specialist and get an expert opinion about the same taken. Take care.
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