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Suggest treatment for infertility - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 25-Mar-2014
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Very Good Posted in: Infertility Problem
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User:hello doctor
User:this is XXXXXXX
Please proceed with your query
User:i am 30 yrs old
User:i have some sexual related issues
User:i have very low sperm count
Doctor:What is the count and when was it detected
User:15 days ago
User:it was 15 Million/ml
User:motility is very low
Doctor:It would be better if you can upload the test reports to me
Doctor:What is the percentage of motility
Doctor:active , sluggish etc
User:i updated the report just now
User:did u get it?
Doctor:on the chat?
Doctor:No I am unable to view
Doctor:Can you send it to YYYY@YYYY
Doctor:on CHat
User:did u get it?
User:i have sent it twice
Doctor:I got it
Doctor:I read through it
Doctor:so your sperms are immotile
Doctor:There is no medicine that actually improves the motility
Doctor:Are you trying for pregnancy
Doctor:I suggest you to go for IVF techniques
Doctor:like ICSI
Doctor:I have not found any medicne successful
Doctor:improving motility
Doctor:Time is precious for you
Doctor:if you waste it the production
User:ok thank a lot for your suggestion doctor
User:have a nice day
Doctor:Did you follow what I said? Can you summarize our discussion?
Doctor:Thanks for visiting me here. Bye for now.
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