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Semen analysis and the result

I made Vascosity operation and I waited 6 months to have my semen analysis and below is the result : volume : 3ml ph :7.5 liquefaction :30 colour : gray viscosity : highly viscous sperm count : 240 mill/ml total sperm count : 720 mill wbc : 0.1 mill/ml agglutination : present cellular debris : not seen motile : 20% sluggish : 50% Immotile : 30% normal : 50% Can you please give me your opinion about the result? I m a little concerned about two items: viscosity and Motility? right? Thank you in advance and I look forward to your response
Asked On : Mon, 28 Feb 2011
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General Surgeon 's  Response
you need not worry about viscosity
motility is not up to mark
better consult surgeon if you are worried about infertility
medicines are now available claiming to be effective in treatment of low motility of sperm
treatment to be continued till conception is achieved
Answered: Mon, 28 Feb 2011
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