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Semen analysis report shows presence of spermatocytes, pus cells, epithelial cells. What does it mean?

Dear Sir, I have one daughter 3years old. i have hypethyrodisim as well. Want child but there is some problem in my semen analysis after that i took 20 days antibiotic with doctor advice. Yesterday i repeated my semen analysis test. The Report is showing Physical Findings: Quantity: 1.2 ML Reaction: Alkaline Consistency: Viscous Liquification: Within 30 Min Color: Whitish Straw Microscopic Findings Total Count 10,000,000/ML Motility: Progressive : G3 -G4: Rapid forward progressive in line -G3: Forward progressive G2: Slow Forward progressive Viabilty: 30 Mins After Emmision: 40% 1 Hour 30% 2 hour 20% Abnormal Forms: 15% Pus Cells: 2-4 /HPF Red Cells: 0-2 / HPF Epithelial Cells: + Spermatocytes: Present Other Findings: NIL I will be very glad if you guide me. Regards YYYY@YYYY
Asked On : Mon, 31 Dec 2012
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Sep 2012
Hello, Welcome to HCM, I am Dr. Das

The sperm count is very low than required. WHO accepted range is > 15 millions / ml.

Viability is low. Motility is also lower than required.

Normal morphology is within normal limit.

Lastly, the semen analysis report is not adequate for pregnancy.

Consult with an infertility specialist.

Answered: Fri, 4 Jan 2013
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General & Family Physician Dr. Mamun Kabir's  Response
thank you.your semen analysis report is somewhat normal but the amount is low than normal range.the normal range is between 2-5 ml/ejaculation.hyperthyroidism may be a cause of 2ndary may an infertility specialist for proper evaluation.
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