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Done semen analysis. Is treatment required?

Semen analysis report , please explain treatment required? Appearance: Creamy White Liquefaction Time(min): 30 Consistency Thin Volume 2.0 pH: 8.0 Rapid Progression: 65% b) Slow Progression:10% c) Non-Progressive Motility: 05% d) Immotile:20% Count / ml: 102 Million Normal:70% Abnormal:30% Head Defects:10% Tail Defects:10% Neck & Mid Piece Defects:05% Cytoplasmic Droplets:03% Headless Pinhead :02% Pus Cells : 4-6 Red Blood Cells : 4-6 Nil Epithelial Cells: 0-1 Miscellaneous :
Asked On : Sat, 8 Dec 2012
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Sep 2012
Hello, Welcome to HCM, I am Dr. Das
Firstly, Volume, consistency, liquefaction time, all are within normal limit.
Sperm count is within normal limit ( normal is >15 millions / ml as per WHO 2009).
Motility is within normal limit ( normal is > 40% total motility as per WHO 2009).
Morphology is also within normal limit ( normal is >04% as per WHO 2009).
Increased Pus cells and RBC indicates presence of lower urinary tract infection. For this, you have to take broad spectrum antibiotic like fluoroquinolones.

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