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What is the problem behind pus cells in Sperm ?

Hi, This is Jack Anderson. I have just analyze my Semen Analysis and i have the following Results. Quantity 2.5 ML colour: Gray White pH 8.5 viscosity: THIN Total sperm count: 40 million Motility: 65% Normal Morphogy 60% Red Blood Cells 2-4/HPF Pus Cells 8-10/HPF Fructose : POSITIVE M I Infertile Man? Or Fertile Can anyone Answer please. Thank you.
Asked On : Sun, 23 Aug 2009
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  Anonymous's Response
You are pretty much fertile. 40% + normal morphology is good enoug to be fertile. Only sperm count and morphology are a major determining factor in deciding fertility. Pus cells are always there in the sperm test so don't bother about it.I don't remember my numbers though but your numbers are pretty much ok.
Answered: Sun, 23 Aug 2009
  User's Response
Doctor said to my wife that you are 100% Ok and now go and tell your husband to show semen analysis report and now i have showed you above my test results. Then why my wife is not pregnant yet.. I got married 9 months ago but my wife is still not yet pregnant. When you feel my report is good and my wife's reports are good then what is the problem ? Why my wife is not pregnant.... Anyone advise me ?
Answered: Sun, 23 Aug 2009
  User's Response
You may need an opinion from a doctor rather than the community members as your report is not negative.You can chat with a doctor on the right hand side of this page and see if he has anything specific to answer your queries.
Answered: Mon, 24 Aug 2009
  User's Response
Many couples in whom both husband and wife are completely normal may take more than 1 year to conceive. You should try to have intercourse around the time of her ovulation.
Answered: Mon, 24 Aug 2009
  User's Response
Hi, This is Vikas Varshney. I have just analyze my Semen Analysis and i have the following Results. Quantity 1.5 ML colour: Greyish ,pH:Alkaline,viscosity: Normal, Liquification Time: 30 minutes,Total sperm count: 105million, Motility: 55% Normal, Morphology: 60% ,Pus Cells 8-10/HPF,Round cells: occasional, Fructose : Present. M I Infertile Man? Or Fertile Can anyone Answer please.Thank you
Answered: Mon, 2 Aug 2010
  User's Response
im diagnose of UTI is it true dt it is d reason y my wife of 6month is not yet pregnant?
Answered: Thu, 9 Sep 2010
  User's Response
consult a reliable medical doctor
Answered: Thu, 16 Sep 2010
  Anonymous's Response
hi what is normar value of puss cell in semen
Answered: Mon, 25 Oct 2010
  User's Response
According to my knowledge pus cells make positive to negative report of sperm
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Answered: Mon, 8 Nov 2010
  User's Response
pus cell in mainly responsible for low sperm count. in indian ayurveda there is good solution stay in cool places dont wear tight paint and get medicine from indian ayurveda
Answered: Mon, 8 Nov 2010
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