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Semen analysis showed good sperm count, motility with rbc, wbc. What is the conclusion?

hi.Im 26 years seman analysis report is volume 1ml and coulor is milky,viscosity normal. liquefaction time is 20min,sperm count is 50mill/ml ,progressive motility 50% , Grade 1: 60%, Grade 2: 10%,Grade 3:10%,Grade 4:20%,nonprogressive 25%,non motility 25%,normal form 60%,abnormals forms 40% , rbc 6-4. wbc 3-4.please explain there any problem?thank you.
Asked On : Tue, 17 Jul 2012
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The volume of the semen is on lower side. Presence of R.B.C. needs further investigation. Any trauma, infections etc can lead to R.B.C. in semen. 3-4 WBC in semen is not significant. Please repeat the test taking care to collect the entire sample (any wastage can cause false volume measurement).
The motility and count of sperms fall with in normal range but are slightly towards lower side. Repeating the test after 4 days of abstinence is necessary.
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