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Sperm test done, shows multiple cervical and cephalic abnormalities. What does this mean?

hay any 1 here , my Husband went through a test we got htis reportSeminal Fluid Examination Volume 3.0 mL 2 Consistency Liquid Color White Gray Liquefaction Time 30 mins 30 min Sperm Count 51 mil/mL 20 million/mL Sperm Motility 65 % 50% Activity Grade *3 3, 3+, 4 Sperm Morphology 33 % 30% with normal forms Pus Cells 0-1 / HPF 0 - 3 Pathologist Comments : Sperm count, motility, morphology are essentially with in normal limits. Some sperms with multiple cervical & cephalic abnormalities seen. * Fast, directed forward movement, what does this abnormality means plz advise ?
Asked On : Mon, 23 Jul 2012
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hi welcome to HCM
-hi i had gone through your query and understand your concerns.
-the semen analysis report shows normal,and Fast, directed forward movement means the sperm motility and activity is normal towards the uterus and able to conceive.

I hope this is helpful for you, thank you     
Answered: Thu, 17 Oct 2013
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