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Dear Doctor i ve now the total analysis
viscous ,creamish white volume 2ml ,PH 8.0,qualification time 20 min
WBCs 3-5 /HPF
RBCs 2-4
Immature germs cells 0-3
total count 39 MIL/ml

motility After liq 2nd Hr
Active 35% 25%
Sluggish 40% 45%
Non Motile 25% 30%

Morphology
Normal 65%
Abnormal 35%

my gynecologist told me it is ok but i wanna know the truth please help & if we need to go for Andrologist or no
thanks a lot for your help


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replied November 19th, 2011
Infertility Answer A28670
Hi,
Welcome to ehealthforum,
As per the report, the parameters can be considered to be within normal limits to go ahead with trying for pregnancy. You can consider taking a second opinion from your doctor/Andrologist and then proceed with further management. If your pregnancy plans are not successful, then options of IUI or IVF can be tried. If IVF fails, then ICSI can be tried (this is helpful in cases of acrosomal protein defect). Have diet rich in foods contain zinc to ensure better sperm maturation. Be in regular monitoring and follow-up with your treating doctor/Andrologist and report any new/abnormal symptoms immediately.
Take care.



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