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Pu Cell Semen
Me and my wife tried for a baby many times and failed checked my count was 3.5 and there were puss cells in semen and motility was 30 pls advice?
Prostatitis likely: Your results could be from prostatitis. When the prostate swells the resulting inflammation can be seen on a semen analysis. If you've had chlamydia or gonorrhea in the past, or if you currently have any form of urethritis, this can result in pus in the semen (pyospermia). Treatment with antibiotics can correct it, reducing pyospermia's impact on fertility. Further testing if not improved. ...Read more
No - shouldn't be: Varicoceles shouldn't bring about inflammatory response in semen. The collection of blood vessels (like a bag of worms) might warm up the testes a bit making it more difficult to conceive which is why urologists will removed varicoceles in those men trying to conceive w/o success. But cause inflammation or infection? No. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
That is okay, but...: By number, it is okay but a low margin of sperm count, and it is not advisable to just look at test report. Instead, make sure to refer and correlate the report to your clinical profile so to deduce clinical significance. How to put all pieces together for good care? Follow suggestions in https://ebettercare.com/feel-become-sick/. Thereby you gain insight on how to work well with doctor so to.... ...Read more
Semen analysis for my partner is 50% actively motile, 10% sluggish, 40% non motile. Pus cells present. Is it ok?. Thanks
Does pus cells can be found in semen analysis if a man is having epididymitis? Had semen analysis and 10-15 hpf pus cells are found.
Need a review on my Semen
Total count 38.1million/ml
Active Motile 08%
Non Motile 70%
Pus cell 6-8/hpf
Here are some...: For your best interest, you should refer this question to your doctor who ordered semen analysis as reported, which only suggests you have low possibility to impregnate functioning females, resulting from various reasons such as indolent infection, poor testicular function - either primary or secondary. ...Read more
Not significant: Hematospermia, ; microscopic if semen isn't red. Virtually always benign. Almost never associated with infection, in which case subject would be symtomatic with pelvic pain or have urinary symtoms. Also virtually no chance of malignancy, or little chance of prosatic enlargement or urethral stricture in which case urinary stream would be slow ; thin. ...Read more
I have a low volume of semen. Counts 22mill cell
Motility 30% no actively molity, 70% dead cell what can I do?
You need additional tests to look for the cause of your low sperm count and other possible causes of male infertility. These can include:
• Scrotal ultrasound.
• Hormone testing.
• Post-ejaculation urinalysis.
• Genetic tests. When sperm concentration is extremely low, genetic causes could be involved. A blood test can reveal whether there are subtle changes in the Y chromosome — signs of a genetic abnormality. Genetic testing might also be ordered to diagnose various congenital or inherited syndromes.
• Testicular biopsy.
• Anti-sperm antibody tests. These tests, which are used to check for immune cells (antibodies) that attack sperm and affect their ability to function, are not common.
• Specialized sperm function tests. A number of tests can be used to check how well your sperm survive after ejaculation, how well they can penetrate an egg and whether there's any problem attaching to the egg. Generally, these tests are rarely performed and often do not significantly change treatment recommendations.
• Transrectal ultrasound. A small lubricated wand is inserted into your rectum to check your prostate, and for blockages of the tubes that carry semen (ejaculatory ducts and seminal vesicles). ...Read more
1)colour-greyish-white 2)liquifaction time-35min 3)semen volume-1.0ml 4)reaction-alkaline 5)count-122ml/million 6)motillity-85 7) pus cells-plenty
Infected semen: You need an exam and antibiotics for an infection. ...Read more
PH is 8.5,Pus cells are 6-8/HPF, Pro.Motile:20%, Non Pro.Motile:35%,Non motile:45%, Count:43MM/ml in my semen analysis report. should I take medicine?
I'm not sure how: much help I can be as the terms in your report are not the same as typically used here in the US.First, I don't see a volume report...how many ml was in the sample. I don't know if "pro-motile" is the only category that should be considered motile...if so, it is low. The count is good. Infection should be considered with 6-8 pus cells/HPF. Best to review with your Doc and follow recommendation:) ...Read more
Semen volume=3.5mls, count= 62million, motility=38.2percent, morphology=70percent(norma)l , ph= 7.0, pus cell 9-10hpf, yeast=positive. Is this normal
Semen count normal: The values you listed above all are well above the lower reference limits established by the World Health Organization. If you and your partner are trying to conceive and have not been successful after 1 year, I recommend you meet with a physician specializing in fertility for further workup and to discuss options. ...Read more
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