Hi sir, Today I got my semen analysis test done and I have three questions: 1. My grade 4 mobility is at 0 how this can be improved? I am trying for the baby. 2. My PUS Cells are in between 8-10 how ...
liquification after 30 min motility 40% mtile(active 15 moderate 15 sluggish 10%)viability(after 1/2hr 40%.1hr35%.2hr30%)nonmotile 60% abn sperm 15% pus 2-4hpf rbc0-1hpf ep cells few hpf.spermatogenic cells 6-8hpf ...
motile10% nonmotile 20% (motility within one our of ejaculation). 5. Morphology: 10% Sperm abnormal ...thanks for your response. i want know that as bellow : now result 11/06/14 1. volume : 3.0 ml 2 ...
My Semen analysis report: Abstinance: 3 days Liquifaction: 30 mins Quantity: 2.0 C.C Colour:greyiesh White Viscocity: Normal Reaction : Alkaline MOTILITY Active Motile: 35% death 50%: 40% Total Count :32 ...
sperms with grade c motility are the capable of conceiving kids and endure pregnancy? these are my .../vol total live count 149.63 million sp / vol percent motile : 45 % type 1 : 0 % type 2 : 0 % type 3 : 35 ...
Male: 32 years old 160 lbs 5 6 seman analysis: motility 50% non progressive:20% RBC seman :present ... million sperm count 44millions normal sperm 73% nonmotile sperm :30%.....all this normal???wife under ...
Hi, I m suffering from varicocele since last 6 years, it s not painful but it has affected the the sperms. My sperm count is only 0.60 million and all nonmotile. The Urologist advised me the surgery ...
: 25 ML Motility % motile sperm: 63% Rapid Linear progression 00% Slow linear progression 40% Non ...Doctor in my semen analysis, results are as below. please help me to be a father Quantity: 2.0ml ...
My semen analysis
Sperm count. 48mio/ml
Excellent active motile. Nill
Good active motile. 10%
Non active motile. 70
please complete the query
On Seman analysis, report says
Sperm count is 55 million
Active motile 30%
Slugissh motile 20%
Is it normal motile value? Chances of pregnancy?
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The counts are normal, but the motile sperms (normal is 60%) are very low. Do not wory! It can be reversible with appropriate medications. Consult your doctor immediately.
Eat healthy and fresh food, exercise regularly and reduce smoking/alcohol and stress if any.