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Do I have a normal semen test report?

is my semen couts normal Component Your result Standard range Units Collection time, semen 1120 Semen volume 4.0 =2.0 mL SEMEN, TIME READ 1209 Liquefaction , semen YES Spermatozoa, rapid % 40 =25 % Spermatozoa, slow % 10 % Spermatozoa, immotile % 45 0 - 50 % Spermatozoa, nonprogressive % 5 0 - 50 % Interpretation SEE NOTE Appearance, semen NORMAL NORMAL SPERM COUNT, SEMEN 82.9 =20 M/ML WBC COUNT, SEMEN FEW NoneSeen HPF RBC Count, Semen, LIGHT MICROSCOPY FEW NoneSeen HPF Spermatozoa, morphology 75 =30 %Norml
Asked On : Tue, 21 Aug 2012
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Psychiatrist 's  Response
Jun 2013
Hi there ~

I understand your concern. I have reviewed your semen analysis and thank you for sharing this on a public forum. It does seem like the analysis comes under normal limits. I hope this helps with your anxiety and hope you do not have to worry about your potency anymore. However if you are having problems with erection or ejaculation please consult a psychiatrist. Take care and have a lovely day!
Answered: Mon, 22 Apr 2013
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