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Done semen analysis test. How to activate dead sperms?

i got my semens anaylysis test report.... Total sperms count 53million 1% sperms actively motile 2%sperms sluggish motile 97%sperms non motile 20%sperms are abnormal RBCS....nill WBCs....15-20/HPF Epithellal.....nill 1 want to know how to active dead sperms and how much time it ll take....i totally vegeterian....never take any type of drugs......
Fri, 2 Nov 2012
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Sep 2012
Hello, Welcome to HCM, I am Dr. Das,
Firstly, Sperm count is within normal limit ( normal is > 20 millions /ml as per WHO 1999).
Motility is very much low ( normal is > 50% as per WHO1999).
Pus cells are very much increased. It indicates an ongoing lower urinary tract infection.
For having back the normal condition, you have to take antibiotics.
Consult with a infertility specialist/ general physician for prescribing ciprofloxacin group of drugs for minimum 7 days.
After completing the course of antibiotic you have to repeat the test again.
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