Hello and welcome to HCM
Your semen analysis
is as follows:
Macroscopic examination: Volume, color, pH, viscosity and liquefaction are within normal limits.
1. Volume: 2ml is normal volume as per WHIO standards
2. Sperm count: 72 million/ cunmm; This is also normal sperm count. WHO criterion for normal sperm count is atleast 20 million/ cumm
3.Motility: Motility is less than 50 % at 1, 2 and 3 hours so motility is reduced. WHO criterion for motility is that minimum 50 % sperms should have active forward motion
4. Presence of pus cells and epithelial cells
indicate infection of the reproductive tract.
You need to get the infection treated by antibiotics.
Get a repeat semen analysis done after treating infection to know the motility of sperms. No comments can be given in presence of infection.
Thanks and take care
Dr Shailja P wahal