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Semen analysis done. Motility less, few epithelial cells found. What does the report mean?

gross appearance= volume=1.5ml colour grey whitish turbidity=thick reaction alkaline microscopic.ex..=84million/cmm motility after 15 min. progessive non progressive non motile after 1hr. 65% 20% 15% after 4hr 50% 31% 19% after 8hr 41% 29% 30% after 10hr 30% 18% 52% after 12hr 17% 07% 76% morphology= Circular and big head =1% tail thin =1% leacucocytes =2----4/hpf epithelial crlls =a few spermatogebic cells =2% sex male my mail address is YYYY@YYYY
Asked On : Wed, 17 Oct 2012
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Sep 2012
Hello, Welcome to HCM, I am Dr. Das,
Your Semen analysis report shows -
Color, turbidity,reaction, all are within normal limit.
The total sperm count is normal ( normal count is >20 million / ml as per WHO 1999).
The motility of sperm is also within normal limit ( normal is >50% as per WHO 1999).
Morphology is within normal limit.
others are within normal limit.
So, overall, the report is absolutely normal.
Answered: Thu, 8 Nov 2012
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