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My Semen Analysis Report
raza1234 posted:
Dear Users and Doctors,

Today, I have done my semen analysis as recommended by my doctor. Below, I am providing all the details of my Semen Analysis Report. Please guide me either all the values are in respected range or do I need any medication or treatment?

I am waiting for your kind and quick response.

Gross Examination:
Quantity: 3.0 ml.
Color: Grayish White
Appearance: Turbid
Reaction (PH): 8.0
Total Sperm Count: 130 Million/ml
Normal Spermatozoa: 70%
Head Defects: 15%
Tail Defects: 10%
Midpiece Defect: 5%
Active Motile: 70%
Sluggish: 10%
Non-Motile: 20%
amyaalc responded:
Your fertility looks great!

To keep the numbers easy we first access 3 main areas: volume, count and motility.

3.0 ml x 130 mil/ml = 390 million total sperm count x 70% motility = 273 million total motile (active) in the ejaculate

273 million total motile is fantastic! Based on the WHO 5th edition for Examination ofd processing of human semen 15 million total motile or higher is classified as normal or within fertile parameters.

Your morphology or normal forms is also very high at 70%. Not sure testing methods since that will vary greatly. With a Strict criteria testing method anything in the range of 4% or higher is normal and with Who 4th 30% or higher is normal.

I don't think you have anything to worry about when it comes to your fertility!

Amy Perkins, MS, TS(ABB)
Laboratory Supervisor
Arizona Andrology Laboratory & Cryobank
International Center for Vasectomy Reversal

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