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 ...
: 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 ...
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 ...
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.