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An_255116 posted:
Semen parameter report details
PH 7.5
Volume 1.8ml
colour : Grey white
viscosity : Normal
Sperm count : 16.75 ml
Progressive mortality : 60%
Non Progressive mortality : 05%
Immotile : 35%


Pus cells 11-15/hpf
Red Blood cells 0-2 /hpf


I had done Complete blood count also


It says WBC 10.63 (Range 4-10)
Eosinophils: 6 (range 1-4)
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amyaalc responded:
The elevated white blood cells is a concern and you should see your urologist. This can be a sign of epididymitis or prostatitis.


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


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