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Trying to conceive, unsuccessful. Semen analysis shows WBC, RBC cells. Treatment for infertility?

have been married for a two years now and my wife is not pregnant. from semen test i did last week my doctor said i have WBC cells of 10-15 hpf and RBC 00-02/hpf. i am worried that it may not be treatable and i ve been taking a lot of antibiotics. am very confused. will i ever impregnate my wife? my sperm count and other parameters are said to be good by my doctor. please inform me on my e-mail.
Asked On : Sun, 9 Dec 2012
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Dec 2012
Can you please let us know the kind of antibiotics you have been on. I will suggest you do antibiotics sensitivity test from this point i.e. collect semen/ urethral swap/ urinalysis and do sensitivity to get the appropriate antibiotics. Then after treatment redo semen analysis to make sure everything is ok. Sperm morphology, motility and count should be analysed and if they are all fine, then you have greater chances of conceiving i.e if your wife is also able to conceive. Because she on the other hand needs to be thoroughly examined too to rule out any infertility issues from her part.

Wish you luck
Answered: Sun, 9 Dec 2012
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OBGYN Dr. Mamta Mishra's  Response
If the counts are ok and motility and morphology is fine, than pregnancy should not be a problem. I suggest you to get semen culture done before taking any antibiotic.
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