Varicocele at the left testis, semen analysis says normal morphology 62%. Any treatments ?
Dear Sir I am a 32 years old unmarried male. I have a varicocele at the left testis. Accordingly, I did a semen analysis and the results were: Volume: 4 ml pH: 7.8 Liquefaction time: 30 min WBC: 11 – 12 /hpf RBC: 1 – 2 /hpf Epithelial cells: 0 – 1 /hpf Germ cells: 2 – 4 /hpf Sperm count: 105 million G5 (very fast movement): 15% G4 (rapid movement): 30% G3 (straight slow movement): 15% G2 (slow yawing movement): 10% G1 (no forward movement): 10% G0 (non motile): 20% Normal morphology: 62% What type of treatments and cautions should I take? Thank you!
Hi, Welcome to Hcm' Your report shows plenty wbc .It is indicative of infections.A detailed history and clinical exam with other investigations like semen culture and sensitivity /smear examination required for diagnosis and treatment . Abnormal morphology is very high. It should have been below 20%. motility is within normal limits. Varicocoel is known to cause poor motility. 6th hour motility is to be looked for .Normal semen will have 60% active motility in 6 hrs. Please get a check up with surgeon and get tests done as advised for proper treatment hope your problems be over .
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