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What is the semen count in a normal semen analysis report?

Iwant to know that what is the right report of semens analyasis, or what percentage count normalsemensreport
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Normal Semen analysis Report will be like this..
Normal:Semen volume     
2-6 milliliters (mL) (0.002-0.006 L, SI units) per ejaculation
Normal:Liquefaction time     
20-30 minutes after collection
Normal:Sperm count     
40 million spermatozoa per ejaculate or more
Normal:Sperm shape (morphology)     
More than 70% of the sperm have normal shape and structure.
Normal:Sperm movement (motility)
More than 60% of the sperm show normal forward movement.
Normal:Semen pH
Semen pH of 7.2-8.0
Normal:White blood cells
No white blood cells or bacteria are detected.
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