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Semen volume reduced a month later. Having fertisure and zinc tablets. Reason for low sperm motility?

My husband semen volume was fine a month ago. But for the last 3 to 4 times It seems to be very low. I have two children already. I am planning for the third. His age is 39. I am 38. Please advise. I am worried 3we have been trying for 4 to 5 months now. He is having fertisure. Provironum and zinc tablets. On advise of doctor. His testorone and sperm motility is low. But I can t understand the reasons for low semen volume now. Could taking these medicines be cause of low sperm volume
Asked On : Thu, 9 Aug 2012
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Hi Anjuli,

Welcome back to healthcare magic Physician's desk!
No medicine can improve or decrease the amount of semen although so many sources make various promises, so the drug is not the cause for this.
The amount of semen hardly matters but it's quality does.
If you are having more frequent sex in the want of pregnancy then the amount will go down.
At 38 yrs being pregnant has certain health risks of elderly gravida, please consult your gynecologist before you get pregnant.

I think the advise would be helpful for you.
If you still have queries if any, please feel free to communicate back.
Wish you a great heath.
Answered: Sat, 11 Aug 2012
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