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Semen analysis report says sperm count 52M/ml, active motile25%, non motile 30%. Indications?

Hi this is prakash from Chennai, i am 29 Years old, today i got my semen analysis report and where i could see the below figures, is my figures are good / Not? Color : Whitish grey volume : 2 ml reactive : Alkaline liquifiucation : 25 mts viscosity : viscos Active motile 25% Suggish 45% Non-motile : 30 % Morphology : 3-4 Pus cells seen tot Sperm Count : 52 Millions/ml
Asked On : Thu, 8 Nov 2012
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
dear welcome to HCM......
your report is ok in terms of
semen volume,
sperm count,
but bad regarding sperm motility (normally atleast 60% are active motile) and Morphology(normally atleast 60% are morphologically normal ....
i advise you to take
cap Avion 400 mg once aday for 1 month and then repeat the test...
wish you good health ....
Answered: Wed, 23 Oct 2013
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