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Semen analysis done. Reports says good sperm count with pus cell. Took antibiotic. Not cured. What's wrong?

hi doc good day! recently i undergone semen analysis report and the result is i have a good sperm count but i have a 35-40hpf of pus and i seek a doctor and give me an antibiotic ZINNAT ( cefuroxime ) for 7 days twice a day. after i completed the taking of the antibiotic, i undergone another semen analysis report but the result is my sperm counts improve and my PUS cells indicates PLENTY? can you pls help me to understand my analysis report tnx a lot! GBU
Asked On : Sun, 11 Mar 2012
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Thank for asking to HCM
I really appreciate your concern, pus cells in semen is very unlikely, taking anti biotic without knowing the presence of organism is not the ideal way, first of all the underlying cause of detection of pus cells has to be found out then the most important test is culture sensitivity test, if organism grows then sensitivity test of different antibiotic may be done, without this taking antibiotic wont work here, hope this information helps you, have good day.
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