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|Sir i am attaching my report kindly guide me
Color is graywhite
Liq time 15 Mint
Total Sperm Count 6 Million
PUS Cel - 6-8 /HPF
re: Sperm count by Dr M K Gupta - Dec 28th, 2012 11:55 pm
Dr M K Gupta
You need consultation of a good doctor and you should repeat your test. It is important to collect your sperm correctly and there should not be delay in sending your sperm for examination to lab. Ideally it should be collected in lab itself. Deloy in examination and improper storage can differ the result,
Semen volume normal should be 2-5 milliliters. An abnormally low or high semen volume is present, which may sometimes cause fertility problems. Normal Liquefaction time should be 20-30 minutes after collection. An abnormally long liquefaction time is present, which may indicate an infection. Normal Sperm count should be 20 million spermatozoa per milliliter (mL) or more. A very low sperm count is present, which may indicate infertility. But a low sperm count does not always mean that a man cannot father a child. Men with sperm counts below 1 million have fathered children. Normal Sperm shape (morphology) shoulc be More than 30% of the sperm have normal shape. Sperm can be abnormal in several ways, such as having two heads or two tails, a short tail, a tiny head (pinhead), or a round (rather than oval) head. Abnormal sperm may be unable to move normally or to penetrate an egg. Some abnormal sperm are usually found in every normal semen sample. But a high percentage of abnormal sperm may make it more difficult for a man to father a child. Normal sperm movement (motility) should be more than 50% of the sperm show normal forward movement after 1 hour. Sperm must be able to move forward through cervical mucus to reach an egg. A high percentage of sperm that cannot swim properly may impair a man's ability to father a child. Semen pH normal should be pH of 7.1-8.0. An abnormally high or low semen pH can kill sperm or affect their ability to move or to penetrate an egg. No white blood cells or bacteria should be detected in normal sperm. Bacteria or a large number of white blood cells are present, which may indicate an infection.
M K Gupta
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