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Semen analysis report says no sperm seen, nil forward progression. Indications?

hi, my report of semen analysis is, volume 1.5 ml reaction alkaline colour greyish white liquefaction time 20 total sperm count no sperm seen/ml morphology: pus cells 8-10 /hpf red blood cells nil /hpf epithelial cells normoviscid misc nil forward progression
Asked On : Sat, 22 Dec 2012
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Dear tahirgcc2006, semen report showing zero sperm count , means you have to get it confirmed at least by three semen reports with Gape of 5 days .. means you have not to do ejaculation by any means AND get your report done like this every time 5 days gape then get your semen analysis done if all samples show no sperms then consult a Urologist/ andrologist to find out the cause and specific treatment. needs your serious concern about the problem. and future reports will decide about your treatment and outcome.
Answered: Wed, 26 Dec 2012
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