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How can I improve my sperm count again ?

Hi, i am about 36yrs.about 5yrs ago i had staph infection. it was treated and after the treatment, my sperm count rose to 50milion from 10million. since then i didnt go for any check up until recently when i was diagnosed for the same infection and treated. now my sperm count is 10 milion. the difference between the earlier treatment is that the recovery time between treatment and my sperm count is now long. can i still recover or my sperm count curable?
Asked On : Thu, 7 Apr 2011
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Hi, Welcome to HealthcareMagic Forum.
The infection is absolutely curable. May be you have not completed the Medications course as prescribed by your Doctor. Kindly consult a Urologist and get yourself examined thoroughly to rule out the exact cause. If it is the same infection you will need antibiotics for a longer duration. Stick to your treatment plan and go for regular follow up.
Good Luck.
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