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Semen test. Am I normal or have infertility issue?

My semen analysis report is as follows.
Quantity - 2.0 ml, Colour- Perly white, Reaction- Alkaline, Total Sperm Count- 106 million / CCM, Motility- 8t0% after 1hr, 70% after 2hr, 60% after 3hr, 30% after 5hr, epithelial cel- 1-2 / phf, Pus Cell- a few, Normal- 90, Abnormal- 10.
Whether the aforesaid report is normal or has any infertility issue?
I am waiting for your kind reply.
Abhijit Ranjan
Asked On : Thu, 18 Apr 2013
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
welcome to health care magic
i have read your reports volume count and motility is normal except that, presence of pus cells and alkaline reaction indicates some mild infection,.consult local physician and take appropriate antibiotics,,don't get delay otherwise it may lead to infertility....
for this reports these are normal no infertility problem..

i will tell you some precautions,,please follow that
1.avoid bathing with too hot water(bath with luke warm water)
2.avoid wearing tight pants like jeans,,wear only loose pants
3.avoid smoking

all these things decreases the testicular function..
hope you will understand my suggestion
thank you
Answered: Sat, 20 Apr 2013
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General & Family Physician Dr. Himaja Bai Kethavath's  Response
Hi Abhijit
Welcome to HCM and thanks for posting your query here.
The normal semen quantity per ejaculation will range from 2 to 5ml. The colour and the other parameters are within the normal range except for the alkaline nature. Alkaline nature indicates an infection. The total sperm count and motility-movement of the sperm-is within the normal range. The presence of epithelial cells and the pus cells correlate with the infection of the semen.
The infection is in the early stages hence it can be treated by using antibiotics. If not treated in time it may result in infertility. Other than that there is no infertility issue in the given semen analysis.
Please consult your GP to get a check of any infection.
Hope this is helpful to you.
Answered: Thu, 18 Apr 2013
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