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Sperm test - what does my test show?

i want to ask you that i am a male of 25 years and my semen test says that i have Progressive 30%
Non progresive 40%
non motile 30%Total Count(60-150 Million /cc) 90.0Million /CC
Morpholiogy (normal) 80%
morphology 9Abnormal) 20%
Pus cells 1-2
RB.Cs Nil
Spermatogenic - Present

what does my test show please explain to me.
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replied January 4th, 2012
Hi, and thanks for your medical question on eHealth forum!

This looks like a normal semen analysis. If more than 60 percent of sperms are motile (you have 70 percent—30 percent non motile), with 80 percent with normal morphology and a count of 90 million (normal 60to 150), all indicate a reasonably great semen analysis with good chances of fathering a child. Hope this helps. Take care!

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replied September 26th, 2012
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i am a male of 33 years and my semen test now and before 3 months.The results are below.
Progressive 25% (jun2012);20% (sep2012)
Non progresive 30% (jun 2012);20% (sep 2012)
non motile 45% (jun 2012);60% (sep 2012)
Total Count 52% (jun 2012);22% (sep 2012)
Morpholiogy (normal) 70% (jun 2012);70% (sep 2012)
morphology (Abnormal) 30% (jun 2012);30% (sep 2012)
Pus cells 0-1
RB.Cs 0-1
Spermatogenic - 1-2.
I was under medication with himalaya drug speman and vit e 400.whilst taking the test before 3 months it was after 3 days of abstain but this month without any abstain(26 hrs gap in contact).
Does the current test is considered correct.Please explain.suggest.
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