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Is it normal to have total sperm count 92mill/ml ?

Dear Dr., Greetings for the day s!! hi, I am 26 yrs old, weight-65kg, yesterday my Semen routine examination result is ... Volume-1.5, Color-milky white, viscosity-viscous,reaction-alkline, Liquefaction Time 35min, deposits- absent, Total sperm count 92mill/ml, sperm motility-82%, morphology- 2-5%, epithelial cells-nil, pus cells- nil, erythrocytes- nil ... kindly suggest is it normal, i am worry about it, what should i do, How it effect .......pavan
Asked On : Tue, 24 May 2011
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Hi Pavan,
Welcome to HCM.
Your Semen test results are within normal limits. You do not have to worry.
Answered: Tue, 24 May 2011
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Dermatologist Dr. Gaurav Patel's  Response
ur all values are within normal range
u need not to worry about ur fertility.
its very good report.
be happy
Answered: Tue, 24 May 2011
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