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Semen analysis active form-60% sluggish form-25% inactive form-15% total sperm count-132 million/ml pus cells-2-3/hpf rbc-0-1/hpf epithelial cell-nil/hpf normal-80% abnormal-20%. Is it normal?

hi in semen analysis ,my husband s report seems to be normal.....but i hav 1 doubt......is it normal???????????reply me....below is the examined range motility: active form-60% sluggish form-25% inactive form-15% total sperm count-132 million/ml pus cells-2-3/hpf rbc-0-1/hpf epithelial cell-nil/hpf normal-80% abnormal-20%
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Hi, thanks for using healthcare magic

In semen analysis, the sperm count is regarded as normal if it is greater than 20 million- your husband's result is 132 mill, so this is normal.

Motility refers to the movement of the sperm and this is normal if at least 50% of the sperm are regarded as motile- the report states that 60% are active which is normal

The report also states that 80% were normal, this may be referring to morphology which is the appearance of the sperm (whether they look normal or abnormal). A result of 80% normal is good.

I hope this helps
Answered: Thu, 7 Mar 2013
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