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Semen analysis shows 21,000,000/ml sperm count? Meaning

hello i know my semen analyzing thank you
volume 4 ml
color milky
pH 8
liquification after 30 min
leukocytes 5-7 /pf
erythrocytes / pf
epithelial cells 3-5 /pf
bacteria / pf
normal heads 60%
abnormal heads 40%
sperm count 21,000,000/ml
directly 25%
after 1 hour 20%
after 2 hour 15%
Asked On : Mon, 29 Apr 2013
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Urologist 's  Response
Jul 2016
Thanks for your query.Based on the report of your semen analysis that you have posted it appears that you have what is called as Ologospermia meaning there by your sperm count is low as per W>H.O. standards.

However this can be due to normal variation which is very common in semen analysis. Repeat your semen analysis after 2 months .
Your semen analysis also revealed presence of 5-7 leukocytes which suggest infection either of seminal vesicle pr Prostate.

Please take broad spectrum antibiotic for one month and repeat the semen analysis,


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