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Semen test done, shows sperm count, pus cells, RBC cells, abnormal, normal forms. Analysis?

semen test Physical Examination Quantity : 03ml Colour : Whitish Rection : Alkaline Time of Liquefaction : less than 30 minutes Total Spermatozoa Count : 30 Million/ml Actively motile 40% sluggishly motile 30% Non motile 30% Morphology; Giant head Pus cells: 8-10/ hpf Rbc cells: 2-3/hpf epithelial cell: 4-6/hpf Normal forms: 70% Abnormal forms: 30%
Asked On : Sat, 28 Jul 2012
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thanks for choosin hcm,
here i give you normal level acc. to who criteria
1.Volume: 1.5 ml to 5.0 ml (yours 3ml) 7.2-7.8 (yours alkaline so normal)
colour: pearly white
3.Concentration or total spermatozoa count: greater than 20 million/ml(yours 30)
4.Motility (percentage of sperm moving)active and sluggish motility: 50% or more(yours 40+30)

5.Morphology (percentage of normally shaped sperm): 30% or more normal shapes

6.Presence of white or red blood cells: minimal
in your case it suggests presence of slight infection
consult your doctor

so you have all other levels in normal limits
need to worry

feel free to contact me for further queries
thank you
Answered: Sun, 29 Jul 2012
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