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Post mumps epididyno-orchitis with gastritis. Sperm motility, count and morfography now abnormal. Curable?

Post mumps epididyno-orchitis(right side) with gas tritis. Semen oligo-asthenospermia after mumps on November-12.Last two we were tring for issu. Sperm motility ,count & morfography were normal before mumps.Presently doctor advice to take 1.SUKRASANJIBAN 2.SHILAJIT 3.PURN CHANDRA RAS brihat. USG SCROTUM: right sided epididymoorchitis and funicullitis. is it cureable...
Asked On : Fri, 4 Jan 2013
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Jul 2016
Hello Thanks for your query Based on the fact that you have stated you had suffered Epididymo-Orchitis after mumps in Nov 2012.Your recent USG revealed Rt Epididymo-Orchitis.Your recent semen analysis revealed abnormality in motility and morphology of sperms.However this is a temporary phenomenon and will get resolved once infection of epididymis and Testis is controlled may be it will take 3 months
Answered: Tue, 8 Jan 2013
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