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hi, I am 32 yrs old, yesterday my Semen routine examination result is ... Volume 1.0, Color whitish, PH alkaline, Liquefaction Time 30min, Total count 50mill/cc, Rapid Progressive 10, Sluggish Progressive 25, Non Progressive 30, Immotile 35, PUS Cells 6-8, RBC s Nil, Epithelial Nil, Abnormal Forms 10, ... kindly suggest is it normal, i am worry about it, what should i do, what the meaning of Rapid Progressive 10, and Sluggish Progressive 25, How it effect .......Mainsh Manglam
Wed, 26 Oct 2011
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Hi MicroMaxNeo,
Do not worry about your semen analysis report, as your report suggest infection, for which you have to take the required course of antibiotics from your treating doctor. A repeat semen analysis after medication will be usually normal.
Hope I have answered your query. I will be available to answer your follow up queries.
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wish you good health.
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Infertility Specialist Dr. Abhishek S. Parihar's  Response
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Report is not normal. Motility of sperm should be >50% out of which >25% should be rapidly progressive ( WHO criteria ). Volume is also low that be due to lack of abstinence of less than 3 days before semen analysis. Presence of pus cells suggests infection for which you may require course of antibiotic. I would recommend to repeat semen analysis after 15 days after abstinence of 3-7 days. Consult an andrologist/Urologist for further management. Take care
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