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Semen analysis done, less motility, pus and epithelial cells found. Ways to get pregnant?

semen analysis Quantity ...5ml,colour...grayish white,Reaction.....Alkaline,liquification....60 min, sperm count....80milli/ml. Active..motile 20%,Slug...motile..40%,Non motile..40%, Morphology normal....60%/abnormal..40%, Pus cell 15-20/hpf,epithelical cell 4-5/HPF,morphology structure ...normal. please advice how how to get preganent.
Asked On : Sun, 21 Oct 2012
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Sep 2012
Hello, welcome to HCM, I am Dr. Das
Firstly, volume, color, appearance, pH, all are normal.
The sperm count is also within normal limit ( normal is > 20 millions/ml as per WHO1999).
The motility of the sperm is also within normal limit (active +sluggishly motile > 50% as per WHO 1999).
The presence of pus cells indicates a lower urinary tract infection which should be treated meticulously. Repeat test should be done after completing the antibiotic.
Morphology of the sperm is lower than normal.
So, consult with your treating doctor for appropriate antibiotic and ordering a repeat test after completing the course.
Answered: Tue, 30 Oct 2012
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