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Semen analysis done. What does the report suggest?

hello doctor, my husbands semen report was as follow, please look over it and say is there any problem. time of liquefecation : not liquefiedwithin 1 hrs volume : 2 ml reaction: alkaline viscosity : slightly thickened total count : 40 million/ ml actively motile : 20% sluggish motile : 30% non motile : 50% normal forms : 85% pus cells : 6-8 /HPF RBC s : 1-2 /HPF
Asked On : Fri, 3 Aug 2012
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Sep 2012
Hi, Welcome to HCM. I am Dr. Das
first of all your husband has normal sperm concentartion and count. But the motile sperm is very low. It should be more than 50%. this may be the cause of infertility. I suggest that go for sperm viability test. And most importantly you both try your best to get a baby. I think in most of these cases pregnancy may take a little time. But keep in mind that Only ONE normal motile sperm can cause pregnancy. so dont worry.
Answered: Sat, 25 Aug 2012
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