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Can you please explain me my semen analysis report ?

I recently received results from my Semen Analysis and these are the results that I received. Volume -0 mls, Viscosity:- moderately increased, pH:- 8.0 and Motility: Fast progressive -9% Slow progressive -3%, Non progressive -0% and Immotile: -88%. Sperm Count 13 million/ml and 3-5 White Blood Cell/HPF. Can you please explain me what this means ?
Asked On : Wed, 9 Feb 2011
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Ayurveda Specialist 's  Response
Hello.. kdeleon101
Welcome to HealthcareMagic..

by reading all ur details it seems that their is something wrong with ur semen report may be u have not taken any precaution before semen test...and if u have all precaution then u are suffering from azoospermia like problem...and u need proper consultation and proper medication and proper life style and diet management...
hope medicine must be ayurvedic..

Dr.Bhagwan dass
Answered: Wed, 9 Feb 2011
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