The presence of 6-8 leucocytes may indicate presence of infection. Leukocytospermia is usually the result of a genital tract infection. STDs, particularly chlamydia and gonorrhea and other genital tract infections may cause an increase in white blood cells .These white blood cells can cause the oxidation of cells damaging their ability to fertilize an egg. Normal motility is more than 50% of the sperm show normal forward movement after 1 hour. Pin head or microcephalic sperm are sperm formed without incorporating DNA into their sperm head. Some abnormal sperm are usually found in normal semen sample. A high percentage of abnormal sperm may affect fertility. See a doctor and get treated. I hope it helps.
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Thanks for your early reply. i'm not understand
1.i infected with STD?
2. please let me know i've any problem as per the test report?
3.if problem whether it can treated?
4.can i get my own child?
Please sir answer it as soon as possible. I will be so great full to you.