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Semen analysis done. Normal volume level?

My husband got his semen tests done (as we are planning for a baby) result are semen qty in c.c : 0.5 cc color: white pH:8 Viscosity: normal fructose:present, total sperm count:200million/cc viable sperms (% of total sperms) 80%, Motility of spermatozoa in% Grade 1 with rapid progressive motility:60% Grade II with slow progressive motility: 10% Grade III non-progreesive motility:10% Grade IV immotile spermatozoa: 20% total % of abnormal sperms:25% No.abnormal head:22 No. of abnormal mid-piece:02 No.of abnormal tail:01 immature spermatozoa (per hpf): 0-1 pus cells:0-1 how do we intepret this test? Is it normal ? is the volume number lower than normal?
Asked On : Fri, 1 Jun 2012
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1.YOU CAN'T INTERPRET THE TEST BECAUSE IT IS ONLY FOR A MEDICAL PROFESSION. 2. NO, IT IS NOT NORMAL. 3. YES THE VOLUME IS MUCH LOWER THAN NORMAL. NOW YOU SHOULD CONSULT YOUR DOCTOR FOR FURTHER MANAGEMENT AND ADVICE. DON'T WORRY. EVERYTHING WILL BE ALL RIGHT.
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