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What do the attached semen analysis reports indicate?

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Dr. Kakkar S.

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Posted on Mon, 23 Apr 2018 in Sexually Transmitted Diseases
Question: Semen analysis repor
Volume : 1.3m
Colour : whitish
Reaction : alkaline 7.9
Viscosity : hypervicou
Liqudation time : delayed 1hour
Viability :57%
Spermazozoal count : 76million/ml
Marphology
Normal : 25%
Abnormal : 75%
Mobility after 2hour
Grade a 20%
Grade b 20%
Grade c 04%
Immotile 56%
Epitherial cell : occasiona
Pus cell: 1-2 /hpf
Rbc : ni
Fructouse : present
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Answered by Dr. Kakkar S. 59 minutes later
Brief Answer:
Regarding your semen analysis report

Detailed Answer:
Thank you.
I am Dr. kakkar (Dermatologist and Venerelogist).
I have noted your concern and I have viewed the attachment
Apart from low volume - 1.3ml (normal avg. 3.7ml) and low motility - 40% ( normal > 50%) and slightly low viability / vitality - 57% ( normal >60% should be viable) .. the rest of the parameters i.e count - 75million/ more (normal count is 20 - 150million/ ml), morphology - 25% normal and 75% abnormal (range of sperms with normal morphine is 4-14%) are pretty much normal. I suggest you to improve diet and eat healthy, exercise regularly and take nutritional supplements. Besides this you may take a Coenzyme Q10 supplement once daily for a few weeks and then repeat the sperm count after a month or two

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Follow up: Dr. Kakkar S. 6 minutes later
Sir its problem majoy or minor
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Answered by Dr. Kakkar S. 4 hours later
Brief Answer:
Take a repeat test after sometime

Detailed Answer:
Hi.

I think you should take a repeat semen analysis after 2-3 months. There is nothing very significantly deranged in your semen analysis. Most of the parameters are normal. Hopefully, it would turn out normal next time after a few weeks of Coenzyme Q10 and nutritional supplements and attention to diet and exercise.

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Follow up: Dr. Kakkar S. 23 minutes later
Thankyou so much sir
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Answered by Dr. Kakkar S. 11 minutes later
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You are welcome

Detailed Answer:
Thank you for writing to us.

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