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Semen Analysis. Explain the presence of epithelial cells, sperm clumping, leukocytes?

I made my Semen Analysis as bellow, can you tell me plese what is the normal range & what is my condition now? Specimen collection : 5:40 PM Specimen exam time : 6:10 PM Collection place : In Lab Volume : 1.50 ml PH : Alkaline Liquefaction : Completely Liquefied ( After 30 minutes incubation at 37 oC Sperm count : 40 million/ml Sperm motility : Actively motile : 20% Feedly motile : 10% Non-motile : 70% ( Motility within one hour of ejaculation Sperm morphology Sperms abnormality : 15.00 % Other cells 1. Leukocytes : 1-2/HPF 2. Epithelial cell : 1-2/HPF 3. RBC : Nil Sperm Clumping : Absent Fructose : Present Commrnts : Normozoospermia with low motility
Asked On : Sun, 10 Feb 2013
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Sep 2012
Hello, welcome to HCM, I am Dr. Das

The semen analysis report indicates that sperm count is within normal limit ( as per WHO normal is >15 millions/ml).

The sperm motility is lower than required ( normal is > 50% as per WHO 2010).

Sperm morphology is also within normal limit ( normal is > 04% as per WHO 2010).

Presence of pus cells indicates urogenital infection ( as per WHO 2010, normal semen contains no pus cells).

So, consult with your treating doctor for prescribing a broad spectrum antibiotic like ciprofloxacin.

Answered: Tue, 12 Feb 2013
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