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I have recently done a semen analysis and here are the results (normal ranges in bracket).

total volume = 1ml (1.5-5)
viscosity = abnormal (normal)
total count = 35 mil/ml (>20)
round cells = 4 mil/ml
semen pH = 8.3 (7.2-7.Cool
motility = 50% (>49)
forward progression = 2+ (3+-4+)
agglutination = 2+ (not seen)
liquifaction = incomplete (complete)
morph ideal = 50% (>70%)
head defects = 50%
neck defects = 10%
tail defects = 10%

What does it mean, Can we still get a baby?
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replied February 18th, 2010
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Neguy, The World Health Organization (WHO) defines infertility as total volume less than 2ml and less than 20 million healthy and motile sperm per ml.

I am not an expert at interpreting the results so speak to your doctor. It does seem pretty low from what I can gather but I can be wrong.

You should also have another test done in a few weeks time, especially when the numbers are low. Your sperm production can differ drastically for time to time.

Best of luck!
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