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Semen test done, shows color, motility, sperm count, abnormal cells. Analysis?

please analyze the findings of the semen analysis of my husband: color: opaque white volume: 2cc characteristic: viscuous ph: alkaline motility after 30 minutes: 40% motility after 1 hour: 20% motility after 2 hours: 10% sperm count: 119 million/ml liquefaction after 30 minutes: incomplete pus cells: 10-15/hpf abnormal cells: 6% giant head 2% pin head 2% double tail 2%
Asked On : Fri, 27 Jul 2012
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Hello and thanks for posting your query on HCM
The semen analysis report of your husband indicate the following:
Colou, volume and pH are within normal limits
Sperm count is normal
Motility is decreased (Normal is more than 50%).
Morphology of sperms is within normal range
Pus cells indicate some kind of infection
Incomplete liquefaction after 30min indicates deficiency of prostatic enzymes.
There could be prostatic infection, need to tale antibiotic after consulting your doctor.

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Answered: Sun, 26 Aug 2012
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