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What does this semen analysis report indicate?

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Hi ,
IUI has not been successful . My HSG , ovaries, Ovulation is Normal . No cysts or fibroids.
My husband's semen analysis for IUI is

Liquefaction time - greater than 60 mins.
Consistency - Manual Liquefaction
WBC- 0.3M/ml

Concentration(prewash) - 43m/ml, postwash-22m/ml
Motility (Prewash) 70% Postwash -68%
Progressive Motility (overall) prewash-47% Postwash(55%)
a) Rapid progression -Prewash-28% Postwash-32%
b)Slow progrssion -prewash-19% Postwash 23%
c) Non Progressive -prewash -23% Postwash 32%

Morphology -68%
%Survival 51%

Report says Normozoospermia despite stating Volume as Hypospermia .
Can you pls help?

Fri, 4 May 2018 in Infertility Problem
Answered by Dr. Mahesh Koregol 55 minutes later
Brief Answer:
Low volume

Detailed Answer:

I understand your concerns.

Sperm volume is less than 1.5 ml. This means hypospermia.

As long as sperms are healthy and good in number, I don't see any reason to worry.

Let me know if you need anymore help.

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