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Is the following sperm analysis report normal?

Sir my result colour-pale gray, reaction-alkaline, liquification time-30min, quantity- 3.0ml, total sperm count-105million/ml, active motile+sluggish motile-80%, immotile-20%, Direct rbc-0-1/hpf, wbc- 1-2/hpf, viability live-80%, dead 20%, morphology majority show normal -90%. Sir this result is normal or abnormal any suggestion doctor
Fri, 12 Dec 2014
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Hello

Your semen analysis suggests normal findings.

Normally sperm count should be at least 20 millions/ml.Your sperm count is 105 million/ml,so it is normal.

Motility of sperm should be at least 55 %.You have 80 % motile sperms,so it is also normal.

Sperm morphology is normal.Normally it should be at least 16 % for natural fertilization.

Liquefaction time,volume of semen,PH are also normal.
Few WBC and occasional RBC are also normally seen.

Take Care
Dr.Indu Bhushan
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Is the following sperm analysis report normal?

Hello Your semen analysis suggests normal findings. Normally sperm count should be at least 20 millions/ml.Your sperm count is 105 million/ml,so it is normal. Motility of sperm should be at least 55 %.You have 80 % motile sperms,so it is also normal. Sperm morphology is normal.Normally it should be at least 16 % for natural fertilization. Liquefaction time,volume of semen,PH are also normal. Few WBC and occasional RBC are also normally seen. Take Care Dr.Indu Bhushan