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Semen analysis done. What does the findings show?

My semen analysis are as follows: colour creamy. volume 2.5mls. Ph alkaline. consistency moderate. Liquefaction, complete within 30mins. motility and progression, good, active 30%. sluggish 10%. dead 60%. Total count 75%x10'6/hpf. Morphology 60%. Abnormal 40%. Pus cells, 3-5/hpf. moderate growth of E. coli. Thanks for your good concern.
Asked On : Thu, 17 Oct 2013
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hi and welcome to healthcare magic ....
Dear every thing in rhis report is normal except motility.....
as count and morphology is normal,sluggish motility is either due to infection or genetic problem with motility ...
if it is due to infection ,it is reversible with cap vibromicin 100 mg twice aday and tab Enoxabid 400mg twice aday for three weeks ....
if it is due to genetic error ,then is is very difficult to treat ....
wish you good health ....
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