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Pus cells in semen
Hi, during semen analysis I got pus in semen 30-45%. Can u pls let me know the reasons could be and treatment to be take up for this. I got 36m sperm count, morphology 70% and others are normal range
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An increased number of white blood cells in the semen may be observed in patients with infectious or inflammatory processes. While germ cells and white blood cells both appear as round cells on microscopic examination, immunohistochemical stains are used to differentiate between the 2 cell types. Immunohistochemical stains are performed if more than 5-10 round cells/HPF are present. An increased number of white blood cells may signify infection or inflammation of the genital tract...it can be treated Consult nearest urologist they will help you further
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