What does the semen analysis report indicate?

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Posted on Thu, 27 Nov 2014 in Infertility Problem
Question: Please evaluate my Semen analysis and provide prognosis for conception.

Component Collection time, semen
Your Value 0755
Component Semen volume
Standard Range >=2.0 mL
Your Value 1.5
Component SEMEN, TIME READ
Your Value 0855
Component Liquefaction, semen
Your Value YES
Component SPERM AGGLUTINATION
Your Value 1+
Component Spermatozoa, rapid %
Standard Range >=25 %
Your Value 50
Component Spermatozoa, slow %
Your Value 5
Component Spermatozoa, immotile %
Standard Range 0 - 50 %
Your Value 40
Component Spermatozoa, nonprogressive %
Standard Range 0 - 50 %
Your Value 5
Component SPERM MOTILITY INTERPRETATION, SEMEN
Your Value SEE NOTE
Component Appearance, semen
Standard Range NORMAL
Your Value NORMAL
Component SPERM COUNT, SEMEN
Standard Range > OR = 15 M/ML
Your Value 82.7
Component WBC COUNT, SEMEN
Standard Range NoneSeen HPF
Your Value FEW
Component RBC Count, Semen, LIGHT MICROSCOPY
Standard Range NoneSeen HPF
Your Value NoneSeen
Component Spermatozoa, morphology
Standard Range > OR = 3 %Norml
Your Value 3
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Answered by Dr. Mahesh Koregol 1 hour later
Brief Answer:
Morphology

Detailed Answer:
Hello

Welcome to health care magic.

Your sperm count , motility are excellent. There should be no problem.

Only morphology is lower (3%). This shows presence of abnormal sperms.

This report is incomplete as it does not mention what are abnormalities present.

Therefore I suggest you repeat semen analysis in a different lab to know what type of abnormalities are seen on semen analysis in morphology
Above answer was peer-reviewed by : Dr. Chakravarthy Mazumdar
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Follow up: Dr. Mahesh Koregol 10 minutes later
Please assess
Agglutination 1+. Is this normal or a problem?

Also white blood cell FEW, is this normal or problem?

Last, with morphology 3% is that low normal? The report says it is in range
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Answered by Dr. Mahesh Koregol 47 minutes later
Brief Answer:
morphology

Detailed Answer:
Hi

There is infection is semen . That is the reason for agglutination and presence of WBC.

You need to get semen culture and sensitivity test done to confirm infection and medicines it is responsive to.

Morphology should be atleast 4%. If only 3% is normal means 97% is abnormal. We need to check what are different abnormalities upto 97%.

Hence I suggest get semen culture and sensitivity test done along with morphologically abnormal sperm details.

Above answer was peer-reviewed by : Dr. Chakravarthy Mazumdar
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