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Low sperm count, FSH 5.4, ivf unsuccessful. Medicine?

Hi am 34 years old . But I have no problems which was confirm the pathological test. My sperm count is 1millon/ ml. I took some indian medicine but not improve . My FSH 5.4. I done two times IVF IN bangladesh but not success. It is possible to increase my sperm count , what type of medicine i will continue . I got frastation . plz suggest me.
Asked On : Thu, 24 May 2012
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Hi Shihab,
Infertility is a very troublesome problem and i understand your frustration regarding the counts not improving despite taking all medications.
I believe there is some other factor interfering with normal production of sperms in your reproductive system this can be something as simple as waering very tight underwear to stress to radiation exposure at work, exposure to harmful chemicals,fumes at work or otherwise, smoking, alcoholism, diabetes some surgical conditions like varicocele and so on.
The treament essentially depends on what is causing the decreasing sperm count
If you havent been evaluated for all these i recommend you do so in consultation with any general physician at your place.
Dont lose hope.
Good luck.
Regards-Dr. Thomas
Answered: Thu, 24 May 2012
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