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Infertility in males - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Average Posted in: Infertility Problem
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User :   hello
Doctor :   hi
how can i help you?
User :   just heard about this site from one of my friend,
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   do you like the site?
User :   and thought i will check regarding infertilities in males...
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   what do you want to know?
User :   its early for me to comment anything... and its my first login...
Doctor :   ok
User :   actually he has less no. of sperm count...
Doctor :   ok
User :   i think it is 6 or 10 million (not sure)...
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   the normal count is 20 million or more
Doctor :   there are many causes for low sperm count
User :   so yeah, so i wanted to understand like is there any natural way to increase the count?
Doctor :   is there any specific information you want?
User :   yeah, i have already posted... 1) reasons behind less sperm count 2) any natural ways to increase the sperm count
Doctor :   does the person you are asking this question for have any other health problems
User :   nothing, he is perfectly alright... healthy....
Doctor :   liver disorders/ smoking/ drinking excesiive alcohol can all reduce sperm count
User :   none, he does not have any of the problems you mentioned...
Doctor :   Has he had a thorugh medical check up?
User :   hope so, he was under medication....
Doctor :   were his thyroid function tests done?
User :   guess he was taking some tablets for may be 5-6 months or so...
Doctor :   do you have any more specific information about your friend?
User :   not sure, jst called up and found that he used to take spermone for 5-6 months...
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   Pls tell your friend to get back to us via this chat
Doctor :   tommorow
User :   he is non-techie guy... and dont have access to internet most of the time..
Doctor :   ok
User :   will it be possible like i can chat on his behlf...
Doctor :   is he married?
User :   yeah,
Doctor :   see- there is no natural way to increase sperm count-
Doctor :   except to stop smoking/ drinking
Doctor :   if he does
Doctor :   or to treat an underlying cause if any
User :   and like said, he does not have the habit of smoking nor drinking..
Doctor :   Did your friend repeat his test after the medication?
User :   never in his life he has touched them..
Doctor :   ok
User :   yeah, it was 4 million and after medication it was i think 6/8 million
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   it is best for your friend to cont the medication as prescribed by his specialist at the moment
User :   ok,
Doctor :   If you all his reports- you can mail it to us
Doctor :   at YYYY@YYYY
Doctor :   we will forward his details to a specailist on our panel
User :   cool, will check it out...
Doctor :   and get back to you
User :   and mean while i just wanted to check the other thing like;
Doctor :   pls make sure you include your details in the mail, so we can get back to you
Doctor :   is there anything else I can help you with?
User :   are there any 1) natural ways / ayurvedic ways to increase the sperm count 2) any alternative englich medicines that you would like to prescribe..?
Doctor :   no- i'm not sure of ayurveda trst
Doctor :   We will advice you on further trt after we see all the reports
Doctor :   thank you for consulting HC magic; bye for now
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