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Semen examination shows viscosity as thick. Guidance?

Dear Sir, Semen Examination, Physical Examination Volume-3, Color-Whitish, Viscosity-Thick, Reaction-Alkaline, Liquefaction Time-35 minutes, Count & Microscopy. Sperm Count-110, Active Motitlity-70, Sluggish Motitlity-10. Non Progressive Motitlity-10, Non Motile-10, Epithelial Cells-Nil, Leucocytes-4-5, Erythrocytes-80, Morphology Normal 80, Morphology Abnormal-20, Please suggest, this report is normal to have a conception? Age-33, Height-5'3"
Asked On : Wed, 24 Apr 2013
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Hello and welcome to HCM,

The semen analysis report reveals that the physical characteristics-volume, pH, viscosity and liquefaction time are within normal limits.
The sperm counts,motility and morphology of the sperms are all within normal limits.
Presence of few WBCs does not signify any disease.

The report is normal and you are fit for conception.

Thanks and take care.
Dr Shailja P Wahal
Answered: Wed, 24 Apr 2013
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