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Trying to conceive, low sperm count, medicine to increase sperm count

I am 27 years(M) and my wife is 23 years. We ar married for 0ne and half years and are trying to conceive. My sperm count is 43Million. Doctor has recommended fertly for my wife from 3rd to 7th day and have intercourse from 9day. Kindly advise whether there are any problems in this treatment . Whether i need to take nay medicine for increasing sperm count
Asked On : Sun, 20 May 2012
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I would suggest the following natural methods for a healthy sperm count.

1. Wash the genitalia with cold water twice a day.

2. Avoid woolen underwears. Use cotton underwears.

3. Drink plenty of water.

4. Vitamin E and B complex supplements are beneficial.

5. Regular walk or jog for 40 minutes will improve the blood supply to the lower parts of the body.

6. Avoid alcohol.

7. Avoid cycling or 2 wheeler rides on bumpy roads.

8. Consume lot of fish.
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