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Sperm test shows 15-20 hpf pus cells. Is it harmful and how treatable.

Sperm test shows 15-20 hpf pus cells. Is it harmful and how treatable.

Here are some...: I assumed finding 15-20 pus cells / HPF is from semen analysis for male infertility, suggesting some inflammatory or infectious process in seminal vesicles even without symptoms. If needing Rx, it's controversial at times; ask the doc to sort out how this finding is related with infertility. Facts: 35% of infertility is from female; 30%, male; 20%, female & male; 15%, unexplained. ...Read more

Pus (Definition)

Pus consists of white blood cells that have "eaten" bacteria and then died. You find pus resulting after an infection has established itself and the pus is a product of the body's immune ...Read more


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Had semen analysis. Vol: 5ml - total sperm 550 mil - 70% normal form - 60% actively motile after 1/2 hour - pus cells : 10-15hpf. The report is ok?

Had semen analysis. Vol: 5ml - total sperm 550 mil - 70% normal form - 60% actively motile after 1/2 hour - pus cells : 10-15hpf. The report is ok?

Yeah: I am a pathologist who look at sperm and look at sperm evaluations these are good numbers that's a lot of sperm and they are moving well safe and have morphological index. ...Read more

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Sperm analysis: volume=5ml, total sperm count=66million, active=55%, sluggish=20%, non motil=25%, pus cells=many, epithilial cells=8---10 is this normal?

Sperm analysis: volume=5ml, total sperm count=66million, active=55%, sluggish=20%, non motil=25%, pus cells=many, epithilial cells=8---10 is this normal?

Your numbers: Are in the lower range of normal and you should be fertile. Why did you have a semen analysis in the first place? What infection is the Cipro (ciprofloxacin) for? ...Read more

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My problem is sperm is very low count and pus cell is 40 to 50%. My time period of intercourse is also very low.

You've pyospermia: Since when was spermcount found low?
A doctor must have ordered spem test. What did he say? Or recommended
you need to be treated with antibiotics.
Period of intercourse is not relevant to the issue. You can visit health dept if you have no doctor or can't afford one. ...Read more

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Hello Dr. After semen analysis, it shows numerous pus cells while having 90M sperm count and 60%rapid progression in 3ml of volume. Need a 2nd opinio?

Hello Dr. After semen analysis, it shows numerous pus cells while having 90M sperm count and 60%rapid progression in 3ml of volume. Need a 2nd opinio?

Probably not helpful: Factors for infertility are many with 50% solely from female, 30% from male, and 20% from both. So, the odd to help with repeating semen analysis is slim. Logically, have both evaluated and counseled at the same time so to deduce what factors are more likely causing current infertility. Besides, knowing more on life reality in http://formefirst. Com/onLifeBasics. Html should help further. Best wish. ...Read more

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I did a semen analysis the result sperm count 2 million pus cells 6-8 RBC 4-6 active motile after an hour 10% sluggish 10% non motile 80% normal 50%?

I did a semen analysis the result sperm count 2 million pus cells 6-8 RBC 4-6 active motile after an hour 10% sluggish 10% non motile 80% normal 50%?

Treatment: May be needed. With the WBC and rbc cells you could have a prostatitis or urethritis. Your low sperm count can be from several things. Your fp or urologist can address all of these issues. If your sperm count stays low. You may need a fertility doctor to help with having children. ...Read more

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my sperm count is 10 million /ml - sperm qty - 3.2ml - motility - active - 10 %, sluggish - 30% - dead - 60%, pus cell - 3-5. Can I be a father?

It looks to me: Like you have an infection. You should not see any pus cells. Best to check with your physician and get treated then try this test again. Additionally, how long did this sample take to be tested after it was obtained? That is a very important piece of information that is missing here. ...Read more

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Sir, my sperm count is 10 million /ml - sperm qty - 3.2ml - motility - active - 10 %, sluggish - 30% - dead - 60%, pus cell - 3-5. Can I be a father

Sir, my sperm count is 10 million /ml - sperm qty - 3.2ml - motility - active - 10 %, sluggish - 30% - dead - 60%, pus cell - 3-5. Can I be a father

Naturally you: Possibly can not. Less than 25 percent of men with sperm counts lower than 12.5 million per milliliter can get their partners pregnant. As a rough estimate, about 1/2 the sperm in a sample must have normal morphology and motility for a man to have a normal ability to father children. You may be able to use in vitro fertilization to become father. ...Read more

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Hi. I have pus cells of 4-5 with 41 million sperm count and 50percent motility and vericocele on right and left testis. Right grade3 and left 2?

Hi. I have pus cells of 4-5 with 41 million sperm count and 50percent motility and vericocele on right and left testis. Right grade3 and left 2?

Pus cells in semen-?: pus cells are white blood cells which usually means there is an infection. Most of the infections are a chronic prostatitis which can be easily treated with 2 weeks of doxycycline antibiotic ...Read more

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My sperm count is 54 million /ml -Alkaline, liquification time normal. Spml - motility - sluggish - 30% - dead - 70%, pus cell - 6-8.Can I be a father?

My sperm count is 54 million /ml -Alkaline, liquification time normal. Spml - motility - sluggish - 30% - dead - 70%, pus cell - 6-8.Can I be a father?

Yes: Your count is okay, the rest of the results suggest a possible infection, the best thing is to get checked and possibly be on an antibiotic if an infection is detected ...Read more

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I had pus in semen dr gave 3 days of tablets. After the course how much time it will take to born new sperm?

2-2.5 months: It has generally been felt that it takes about 64-74 days for the complete cycle of sperm regeneration though more recent data suggests it may be shorter. The finding of leukocytes (wbcs) in the semen (pyospermia) is not uncommon and in some instances is indicative of infection which can affect sperm mobility and quality and can improve with appropriate antibiotic treatment. ...Read more

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My sperm count is 4lakhs.70 % are normal but motility is zero and non motile are 90% and have 10 12 pus on my semen. What would be the next step?

Prostatitis/Epididymitis: It is difficult to completely understand the semen parameters. But the fact that pus cells are present indicate an infection and treatment for approximately three weeks would be beneficial then retest the semen analysis to see if it improves. ...Read more

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My motility is 30%. Grade A-5% +grade B-25%. sperm concentration 45million/ml. Pus celll 3-5. normal morphology 40%. is the report normal. Can I get m?

My motility is 30%. Grade A-5% +grade B-25%. sperm concentration 45million/ml. Pus celll 3-5. normal morphology 40%. is the report normal. Can I get m?

That is not bad...: The findings are good but a comprehensive evaluation for infertility - female and male - is required so to find out what more can be done since some 50% of causes for infertility are from female, 30% from males, and 20% from both. For the time being, have sex more around ovulation, i.e., around 2 weeks before period. More? Ask doctor, or contact www. HealthTap. Com/dr-Lin with RQPWJC to login. ...Read more

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Semen Analysis:Vol 3ml, total sperm 35mil/ml, normal morphology 70℅, motility 70%, liquefaction 30min, pH 7.8, pus cells2-3/hpf, RBC1-2/hpf. Is Report normal?

Semen Analysis:Vol 3ml, total sperm 35mil/ml, normal morphology 70℅, motility 70%, liquefaction 30min, pH 7.8, pus cells2-3/hpf, RBC1-2/hpf. Is Report normal?

Okay, but...: Your semen analysis is okay, but its parameter is just a rough indicator of fertility since some 50% of its causes lie in female factors; 30%, in male's; 20% in both'female and male factors. So, seek comprehensive evaluation / counseling timely, or contact www. HealthTap. Com/dr-Lin with RQPWJC to login; I can help. ...Read more

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Semen analysis. Vol 3ml, total sperm 35mil/ml, 70% normal morphology, 70% motility, liquefaction 30min, pH7.8, pus cells2-3hpf, RBC1-2/hpf. Is the Report ok?

Semen analysis. Vol 3ml, total sperm 35mil/ml, 70% normal morphology, 70% motility, liquefaction 30min, pH7.8, pus cells2-3hpf, RBC1-2/hpf. Is the Report ok?

Okay, but...: Your semen analysis is okay, but its parameter is just a rough indicator of fertility since some 50% of its causes lie in female factors; 30%, in male's; 20% in both'female and male factors. So, seek comprehensive evaluation / counseling timely, or contact www. HealthTap. Com/dr-Lin with RQPWJC to login; I can help. ...Read more

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Done sperm test I have 400 thousand sperm count. But zero sperm motility and see some pus on it.70 % sperm are normal can I make it my wife to conceive?

Done sperm test I have 400 thousand sperm count. But zero sperm motility and see some pus on it.70 % sperm are normal can I make it my wife to conceive?

Check out these: Links. God bless u both in your endeavor! Http://www. M.webmd. Com/baby/features/7-tips-getting-pregnant-faster. Http://m.voices. Yahoo. Com/10-herbs-promote-fertility-increase-chances-2491984.html. Http://www. Alive. Com/articles/view/17772/6_ways_to_boost_male_fertility_naturally. ...Read more

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I'm TTC wid 1tube open and Hubby's semen analysis:Total Sperm 35mil, Normal Morphology 70%, Pus cel 2-3, RBC 1-2.Unable to conceive wat may be the cause?

I'm TTC wid 1tube open and Hubby's semen analysis:Total Sperm 35mil, Normal Morphology 70%, Pus cel 2-3, RBC 1-2.Unable to conceive wat may be the cause?

Trying to conceive): There are two components; the maternal and the paternal.
Are you sure that you have ovulation? and the ova is healthy,? That the hormones through the menstrual cycle are normal? For the implantation of the egg.
On the other paternal side, the spermatozoa, must also be healthy, in morphology and motility.
First once the sperm finding confirm that are normal, the second step is for you.
It can be challenging with low morph because it makes it difficult based on the shape for the sperm to penetrate the egg.
Kruger strict morphology testing is very helpful in predicting the fertilization capability of the sperm.
For this test, freshly ejaculated sperm are smeared on a slide and stained using a morphology staining product for human sperm. Sperm are judged as normal based on the following criteria:
Head must be oval in shape with smooth contours, 5-6 µm in length and 2.5 to 3.5 µm wide with the acrosome taking up 40-70% of the head.
Neck and mid-piece must have no abnormalities and a cytoplasmic droplet (a remnant from sperm production) if present must not be larger than half the size of the head.
Tail must not be coiled or bent and should not have a droplet at the end.
After 200 individual sperm are counted at a magnification of 1, 000 times, the percent normal forms is calculated. The prognosis is based on the following scale:

>=15% normal: Normal range - Good prognosis
5-14% normal: Sub optimal range - Prognosis is fair to good, however, the lower the percent normal, the lower the chance of successful fertilization
0-4% normal: Poor prognosis - Will usually need IVF with intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI)

The Kruger strict morphology test can be highly subjective, therefore choosing a lab with extensive daily experience that can also correlate the results with fertilization in vitro is extremely important.

Based on our experience we currently recommend a couple consider IVF with ICSI if the Kruger strict morphology is 5% or lower. Intrauterine insemination is often recommended for couples with Kruger results in the sub optimal but good prognosis range if there are no other factors that would prevent pregnancy. ...Read more

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1fallopian tube open, had clomid, (clomiphene)ovulate frm open side with 2eggs. Hubby semen, total Sperm 35mil, normal morphology 70%, pus cel 2-3, rbc 1-2.Not preg. Help

1fallopian tube open, had clomid, (clomiphene)ovulate frm open side with 2eggs. Hubby semen, total Sperm 35mil, normal morphology 70%, pus cel 2-3, rbc 1-2.Not preg. Help

IUI vs. IVF: Even on a Clomid (clomiphene) cycle where everything looks perfect, your chance to conceive is only around 8-10%. If you haven't conceived in 3-4 Clomid (clomiphene) cycles, then it would be better to move on to IVF. Especially considering that one of your fallopian tubes is blocked. Also consider laparoscopy to evaluate your pelvis and retest your tubes. ...Read more

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Does a reduced blood flow to the testis reduce the cells ability to repair DNA damage of sperm cells? Hence sperm will have higher mutation rate?

Does a reduced blood flow to the testis reduce the cells ability to repair DNA damage of sperm cells? Hence sperm will have higher mutation rate?

No: I believe the cell would not compromise it's ability to replicate with fidelity for the sake of replication in it of itself at the cost of errors. So, if the cell were starved of oxygen, I think it would simply cease from replicating or die. So, in short, the answer to your question, I think, is no. However, I have not read or seen specific literature on your question and don't know if it exists. ...Read more

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My sperm volume-1ml Count-10million Active-20% Dead-60% Pus cell-8-10 Viscosity-normal I have taken ibuprofen 500 and antibiotic tablets for 5 days of 3 days before semen analysis. Because my gums were loosen and bleeding. Is my result normal. If not, is?

See below: Semen analysis is abnormal. Normal parameters are: volume: >1.5 ml; concentration: 15 million/ml; vitality: 58% live; progressive motility: 32%; normal morphology: 4.0%. There are a number of possible causes including improper collection; recent illness or infection; medications and recreational drug use; and an underlying problem with normal sperm production. Recommend male infertility specialist ...Read more

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What cell types make up the majority of a testicle? Sperm? Sertoli? Leydig? Also could you give approximate %s?

What cell types make up the majority of a testicle? Sperm? Sertoli? Leydig? Also could you give approximate %s?

Testicles: Lydig Cells are the most prevalent in terms of numbers
Curtail cells are less in number but bigger in size. The functions of each are different and in terms of total function, it is irrelevant what percentage of cells is higher than the other. Sperm cells are produce in the tubules of the testicles.
It is a curious question with not many clinical application save in special circumstances ...Read more

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How to live actively and more sperm cell?

How to live actively and more sperm cell?

Live: Exercise and eat healthy. The number of sperm count is not necessarily of concern. Remember all it takes is one sperm. ...Read more

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Can being on a diet reduce my sperm?

Can being on a diet reduce my sperm?

No, unless: Not being on any reasonable diet. Crash diets, fad diets, and the worst of all - the 'hcg diet' - may possibly cause problems. ...Read more

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SPERM CELL -was it really helpful to your face?

SPERM CELL -was it really helpful to your face?

Know: Of no skin benefits from ingesting sperm or applying it to skin. ...Read more

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How would it be possible to reduce sperm count?

How would it be possible to reduce sperm count?

Varies: Sperm count is decreased with more frequent ejaculations and also increase in scrotal temperatures such as sitting in a hot jacuzzi, hot sauna, and hot steam bath. ...Read more

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How greatly can ahot shower reduce sperm count?

Not alot: Unless you mean something like daily use of 115 degree hot tubs, a hot shower will have little-to-no effect on sperm counts. ...Read more

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What are reasons for reduced sperm count in male?

What are reasons for reduced sperm count in male?

Varicicele, infection: Medical conditions cause to have low soerm count
1 varicicele
2infections likestds, like chlamydia and gonorrhea, , prostatitis, mumps orchitis
3ejaculation problems like retrograde ejaculation caused by conditions like diabetes, spinal injuries, meds to treat bp
4tumors
5antibodies that attack testis
6undescended testis
7sperm duct defects
8celiac disease
9chromosome defects
10 radiation
11few others. ...Read more

Sperm (Definition)

This sperm is a reproductive cell from the male that either carries a x or an y chromosome that will fertilize the egg cell from the female in order ...Read more