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What is the inference of the semenogram report which says Total sperm count (60)million/ml,<br>active motile (50%)<br>Sluggish motile (20%),<br>Non motile (30%)?<br>Morphology 70%(Normal)

hello i have received my semenogram report today.The results are as under . Total sperm count (60)million/ml initial motility Active motile (50%) Sluggish motile (20%) Non motile (30%) Morphology 70%(Normal) 30%(abnormal) Pin Head +, Round head +, Swarm head Few, Short tail few, coiled tail few, bent neck few, thick neck few Agulutination {+} please tell me the report is normal/ abnormal email: YYYY@YYYY
Asked On : Tue, 28 Aug 2012
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Sep 2012
Hi, Welcome to HCm, I am Dr. Das.
As per your test result your sperm count is normal. Active motile sperm is marginal (50%) and normal sperm is >30 % which is normal (WHO 1999). So, dont worry, your semen analysis report is overall satisfactory.
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