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Done semen analysis. Are results normal?

Hi, I have taken the semen analysis & my results is. Volume - 2.2 Appearence - Grey Opalescent Reaction - 8 PH Liquefaction Time - 30 min Total sperm count - 105 Million/ml Rapid Progressive Motility - 65% Sluggish Progressive Motility - 5% Non Progressive Motility - 10% Non Motile - 20% Agglutination - Absent Pus Cells - 4-6/HPF Please let me know if my results are normal or if there is any issues which needs to taken care
Asked On : Wed, 13 Mar 2013
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All sperm parameters in your semen analysis are within normal limit except presence of pus cells which is on higher side. Pus cells more than 6/hpf suggests underlying genital tract infection. You can give sample for semen culture and sensitivity which will rule out infection. Also in this report there is no mention about sperm morphology which is an important parameter of semen analyisis. Kindly post the complete report.

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Answered: Thu, 14 Mar 2013
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