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My semen analysis shows sperm count=5 million/ml. Is it normal ?

hi i m 29 yrs old male, underwent absecess and anal fistula surgery in last 6 months time span, i was asked to undergo semen analysis test as we are planning for a baby. my semen anaysis test shows- quantity-3ml viscosity-normal colour-creamy white ph-alkaline liquefaction time-20 min sperm count-5million/ml motility- active-10%,sluggish-10%,nonmotile-80% abnormal forms-15% pus cells-plenty rbc-0-2/hpf doc advised me to take levofloxacine 500mg, is it safe for me
Asked On : Sat, 9 Jul 2011
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You are having infection in semen which can occur in urinary tract infections. This drug is good for Urinary tract infections. After the treatment you may need to do Semen test again to see if sperm normal. Drug is relatively safe, nausea, vomiting, muscle pain, skin rash can occur though very rare. You can take the course of antibiotic safely though if any disturbing symptoms occur you can stop it under medical supervision.
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