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Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Infertility Problem
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User :   i wanted a help from the urologist..
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Doctor :   Do you want to consult Urologist
User :   but will u be able to solve my problem
User :   yes exactly..
User :   i had few questions of ask a Urologist
Doctor :   What is your problem if you would like to share believer i can help you
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User :   i am married..
Doctor :   k
User :   and we are trying for a kid.. but it has not helped us from past 6 months..
User :   when we consulted a gyno.. she asked us to undergo some tests..
User :   my husband got his semen analysis done..
Doctor :   k
User :   and from the report she said us that..
User :   liquidification was not happening..
User :   what does this mean???
Doctor :   Semen is a thick gel at the time of ejaculation and normally becomes liquid within 20 minutes after ejaculation. Liquefaction time is a measure of the time it takes for the semen to liquefy.
User :   and how will it affect..
User :   ok..
User :   what will it happen if its not liquefied..
Doctor :   liquefaction need
Doctor :   for the sperm to travel in the womens genital tract
User :   ok..
Doctor :   and meet the egg released by the ovary of the women
User :   if that has not happened.. will it not meet the egg atall..
User :   however is it curable??
Doctor :   Only partially they meet and the chances of fetility are less
Doctor :   Normal time should be less than 60 min
User :   is there any medicine to correct it..
Doctor :   An abnormally long liquefaction time is present, which may indicate an infection.
Doctor :   It is curable
User :   infection to whom??
Doctor :   certainly
Doctor :   to the man
User :   how??
User :   is has not got any problem till now..
Doctor :   There are quite few reasons for the infection
Doctor :   and not detected clinically
Doctor :   i wanted to know the time of the liquefaction first
User :   so would a urologist help us to get a remedy for this..
Doctor :   whether he is infected or not and other semen analysis counts too
Doctor :   Yes a Urologist
User :   report said.. liquefaction did not happen at all..
Doctor :   can help or an andrologist
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   So what are teh other parameteres saying
Doctor :   What is the WBC count
Doctor :   which is most imp for the infection happended or not
User :   i dont have the report with me..
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   anyway i would refer you to a good Urologist if yoiu would like to
User :   but i can get back to u later, with all the details..
User :   yes surely..
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User :   yes..
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User :   one more thing..
Doctor :   we shall find out if an andrologist is available
Doctor :   if he is then we shall get back to his details
Doctor :   Ok
User :   from his urine test..
User :   they told that RBC's are present in his urine..
Doctor :   Ok
User :   is that a problem
User :   but in very less quantity??
Doctor :   RBC is abnormal in URine
User :   ok.. how will it affect..
Doctor :   There are lot many causes
Doctor :   for the RBC to appear in Urine
Doctor :   I would say a detailed physical examination will do the benefits, by an urologist or androlgist
User :   for this problem also do we have to consult a urologist
Doctor :   Yes
User :   ok ok..
Doctor :   Dont worry
Doctor :   It is potentially curable
User :   we will surely consult a urologist..
Doctor :   Ok
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User :   i have dont it..
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User :   ok.. thankyou very much doctor..

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