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I want to have a alopathy cure for low sperm motility problem

respected sir, i had low motility of sperm problem i had normal sperm count of 120mil/ml but my active motility is only 40% can i have chances of improving my motility % and it its velosity? doctor has suggested spemanfort and to destroy klebsella bacteria diagnosed through semen culture test. i took zenflox plus 10 tab.can you suggest some good medicines to improve my sperm motility %? can my problem be cured permanantly?because during my treatement ihad fluctuation in active motility % iam taking evion600 caps can i continue permanently (1 month over) can use zevit-zinc rich multivitamin continiously along with this? please answer thanking you, yours faithfully,
Asked On : Sun, 3 Apr 2011
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principle of treatment is to take simultaneous treatment of wife also and continue it till pregnancy occur
you can take tab ecozyme along with the medicines the tab to be chewed one tab daily
better not to take any tobacco and no addiction

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