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What is the explanation for this SA test ?

this is the first test and below are the results: Viscosity: Normal Colour: Opaque quantity 2.8m ph 5.0 liquefaction time 60 minutes sperm count: Occasional dead sperms seen in sediment preparation (reference range 60 to 150 million/ml) due to the above motility, morphology is shown as zero. Other observations Leucocytes 6.8/hpf RBCs 0-2hpf Parasite - nil Epithelial cells 0-2 Please we need to know the meaning of.. Occasional dead sperms seen in sediment preparation . Besides ICSI and IVF is there any other treatment for this and are there any chances of conceiving naturally? Please answer its urgent.
Asked On : Tue, 8 Mar 2011
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Semen shows only occasional dead sperm ,you have not mentioned about count & motile perm if any .If you don`t have any live motile sperm you should consult urologist to find the cause .It can be hormonal ,testicular failure to produce sperm,or blockage in the vas deference.So to find the cause you should get investigated for hormone assay for FSH,LH,Testosterone. bilateral testicular FNAC.Disclaimer
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