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Can I ask a doctor about semen analysis report ?

I want to know the outcome of semen analysis volume 9.5ml colour creamy white viscosity normal reaction alkaline time of liquefaction after 15 min sperm count 52 mill/ml total sperm 494mill/ejae ubnormal forms 51% up to 70% r.b.cs 0-1/hpf spermatogenic cells 1-2/hpf white cells 1-2/hpf agglutination + others nil grade A =rapid progressive motility 6.75% grade B =slow progressive motility 18% grade C =non progressive motility 20.25% grade D =non motile sprem 55% normal motilty = 25% or more of A or 50% or more of A+B
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Hello Ahmed
Welcome to HealthcareMagic forum
Your sperm count is normal, lowest required for fertility being 20 million .
But the sperm motility is less. Mostly 50 % should be motile and atleast 25% actively or rapidly motile.
It depends on many factors which can be best discussed by your personal consultation.
Kindly consult your doctor if you have any fertility issues.
Thank you
Answered: Sat, 6 Aug 2011
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