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What does the following semen test result indicate?

hi i recent gone through the semen test so result is ssuch as COLOUR PEARLY WHITE APPEARENCE OPALESCENT VOLUME 1 CC VISCOSITY VISCOID REACTION. ALKALINE TIME OF COLLECTION 10 : 00 TIME OF LIQUIFACTION 25 Minutes 20 - 30 BIOCHEMICAL EXAMINATION: FRUCTOSE POSITIVE - Positive MICROSCOPIC EXAMINATION TOTAL SPERM COUNT 90 - 60 - 120 Millions/ml MOTILITY:ACTIVELY MOTILE 80 % 60 SLUGGISH 15 % NON MOTILE 05 % MORPHOLOGY NORMAL FORMS 80 % ABNORMAL FORMS PIN HEAS % OTHERS PUS CELLS 4 - 5/HPF - 0 - 5 / HPF EPITHELIAL CELLS 1 - 2 /HPF Method : MICROSCOP
Asked On : Sun, 11 Jun 2017
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
May 2017
Hi welcome to the health care magic

Your sperm count, motility, Morphology all are within normal range

Your semen analysis report is normal

Even your sperm motility is excellent that is 80% active motile

Let me know your clinical complaint if any present for giving more comment

Hope your concern solved

Take care
Answered: Sat, 17 Jun 2017
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