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My husand and I went to a gynaec for check up my reports are normal.
My husband did his first semen analysis test and the gynace told they didnt find any sperms... but as per report it says dead sperms found. What does this mean.she didnt explain us further.
Please help me in understanding the below report.
liquefaction time 60 minutes
sperm count: Occasional dead sperms seen in sediment preparation (reference range 60 to 150 million/ml)
due to the above motility, morphology is shown as zero.
Parasite - nil
Epithelial cells 0-2
we will do another test soon but in the mean time please interprate the above for me
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