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Done semen analysis. What does the report mean?

dear sir, i got my semen analysis report in that my Volume - 2.0 ml colour - greyish white reaction/pH - Alkaline (Ph : 8.0) Viscocity - Viscid, Opaque Liquefaction time - 30 minutes Sperm count - No spermatozoa are seen 20 million /ml Motility :- active - nil slugglish - nil non motile - nil Morphology :- Normal forms - nil 20-80 % Abnormal forms - nil 0-20 % Other findings :- pus cells - nil 0 -1/HPF Epithelial cells - nil 0-8/HPF Spermatogenic cells - nil RBC - nil Impression - Azoospermia * Motility : 50 % or more (active + Sluggish) Method : Microscopy . Pls suggest me what is my semen analysis reports says.
Asked On : Sun, 28 Oct 2012
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Infertility Specialist 's  Response
Your semen analysis report says that there are no sperm in semen. It needs to be rechecked with another sample after 3-4 days of abstinence preferably given after one week. If repeat semen analysis shows same report, then you need detailed investigations including hormone tests in consultation with andrologist/infertility specialist.
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Answered: Tue, 30 Oct 2012
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