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Semen analysis report. Can you tell me if this is a normal one?

Good evening sir my name is veeresh age 35 years i given my semen analysis test my reports r as follows volume-1ml colour-pearly white reaction-alkaline viscocity-normal liquifaction time -30minutes sperm count-50milli active-50% slugglish-10% nonmotile-40% normal forms-70% abnormal-30% pus cells-3-4/hpf impression-normospermia sir can you please give a imformation on this report it is normal r any problem
Asked On : Thu, 21 Jun 2012
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Internal Medicine Specialist 's  Response

Except for the volume of semen which is normally 2-5ml at one ejaculate, I do not find any big problem in the report, The low volume may be due to stress of ejaculating at laboratory surrounding.

I would advise to follow Ovulation cycle for sexual intercourse, it shold sort out you problem, if still problem at end of one year or your partner is having some symptoms suggestive of gynecological problem then undertake an clinical work-up for her.
Answered: Thu, 21 Jun 2012
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