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Semen analysis shows oligospermia with infection. Meaning? Treatment?

this is mohd, today i have done my semen analysis and report shows following figures, volume : 2.5ml viscocity : viscous, PH : alkaline, Colour : Greyish white, Pus cells : 5-6/HPF, Epithelial cells : Occasional/HPF, Parasites : NIl, R.B.C : 1-2/HPF, Abnormal forms : 20%, Total count : 36million/ml, Actively motile : 50%, Sluggishly motile : 30%, Non motile : 20%, Openion : Oligespermia with infection. please tell me , what does it mean or should i under go for any treatment or not let me know.
Asked On : Sun, 28 Oct 2012
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dear your report is fine is not oligospermia...there should be more than 20 M sperm/ml.... and you have 36M/ ml...
yes active motile should be atleast 60%,and you have 50%.....
and this report will further improve ,when infection subsides ....
take cap vibromycine 100 mg twice aday for 1 month,and tab Enoxabid 400mg twice aday for 2 weeks .....
wish you good health ...
Answered: Fri, 25 Oct 2013
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