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Semen analysis done for liquefaction, viscosity, total count and motility. Any advice?

semen analysis volume (ml) : 5.0 liquefaction : 15min viscosity : normal color : yellowish concentration(x10^6) : 13.5 sperms/ml total count : 67.5 motility : 45.7% progression : 2-3 normal morphology : 23% pus cell : 2+ cellular debris : minimal tail to tail clumping head to head clumping : minimal analysis : oligozoospermia Is this normal?
Asked On : Thu, 13 Dec 2012
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It is not normal.
1.Yellowish color of semen is not normal and has to be investigated further.
2. Motility and progression are expected to be more
3. Normal morphology is expected to be 80% normalcy.
4. clumping of sperms have to be attended.
As the count is 67.5 millions cannot be labelled as oligozoospermia, but it can be labelled as Asthenospermia and tertospermia and has to be treated.
Dr S.Murugan
Answered: Sat, 15 Dec 2012
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