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Done sperm analysis. Is the result normal?

is the following sperm analysis result normal? TSC= 62.8M/mL MOTILITY = 20.2% PROG. MOT= 15.6% NON PROG MOT 4.6% IMMOTILITY = 79.8% NORMAL MORPHOLOGY = 16.7%. MSC 12.7m/mL PMSC 9.8M/ML FSC 3.4M/ML VELOCITY 11MICRONS/SEC TOTALS= All sperm 125.6M mot sperm 25.4M prog sperm 19.6M and functional sperm 6.8M. Thank you.
Asked On : Sun, 3 Feb 2013
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Sep 2012
Hello, welcome to HCM, I am Dr. Das

Look, your semen analysis report indicates normal sperm count.

Motility is lower than required. Normal motility should be >50%. Progressive motility should be more than 25%, as per WHO 2010.

Sperm morphology is within normal limit ( as per WHO 2010, normal morphology is >04%).

Polymophs are increased. It indicates that there is presence of infection.

You have to take a broad spectrum antibiotic like ciprofloxacin.

Answered: Mon, 4 Feb 2013
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