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Need help in analyzing the semen report. Trying to conceive

Hi, I had a semen analysis and the results came in today as follows: appearance:greyish white. Cell count:23.4million. Viscosity: slightly viscous. Few epith cells. Liquefaction:incomplete pus cell -(0-2)hpf. Motility: 40% active,5% sluggish, 55% dead. Morphology: 35% normal, 65% abnormal. PH:8.0. Consistency : clumpy (amorphous head,bent neck ,absence of acresomal cap). Am confuse what this result means. My wife and I are trying for a child. Can you please explain this to me, what do I need to do?
Asked On : Wed, 7 Nov 2012
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Infertility Specialist 's  Response
According to WHO 2010 guidelines your semen analysis is normal. For conception to occur, apart from normal semen analysis, regular ovulation & open tubes are required. You can get all these factors checked & take appropriate treatment from any infertility specialist/gynecologist.
Wish you good luck.
Answered: Mon, 12 Nov 2012
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