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Low motility of sperms and decreased ejaculation - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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Doctor :   hi
User :   hi
Doctor :   Dr. XXXXXXXX here
User :   i have a problem of decrease of amount of ejeculation
Doctor :   please proceed with your health query
Doctor :   ok since when you are facing this symptom?
User :   i have an semens analysis repoert
Doctor :   please describe your symptoms in detail
User :   sperm count is 35 millions/ml
Doctor :   ok. please tell your semen analysis report
User :   when i do sex with my partner then only one or 2 drops ejeculate
Doctor :   semen volume can vary from 1.5 ml to 6.5 ml
User :   motality repoert is
Doctor :   what was your semen volume?
User :   active 30 %
Doctor :   how was the liquefaction report?
User :   non motile 60%
User :   liquifiication time is 30 mins
User :   epitheial cells is 2-4
Doctor :   liquefaction time is fine
Doctor :   motility should be about 50%
User :   morphology is mature 60 % and abnormal is 40 %
Doctor :   what was morphology report?
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   what was vitality report?
User :   plz tell me is there any prob in my repoert
Doctor :   were there any pus cells or white blood cells seen?
User :   there is no vitality repoert
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   what was your semen volume?
User :   no pus cells, no rbc
User :   3 ml
Doctor :   ok. everything is fine except the motility, motility should be about 50%, yours is 30 %
User :   all physical reports are ok
User :   but when i gave the sample the ejeculation was normal but i have a prob of ejaculation... i ejeculate only one or two drops
Doctor :   as I said, semen volume can vary from 1.5 ml to 6.5 ml
User :   m i need any medical treatment?
Doctor :   if you do not have any problems with erection , then this is not to be worried.
User :   if moility is low whats its sideeffects
User :   i have no problem of erection
Doctor :   if you have premature ejaculation problems, then you will require further tests
User :   i have no premature ejeculation
User :   i am using a medicine for the problem of stone .. is it doing these problems...
Doctor :   low motility affects fertility, sperms may not be able to swim fast enough, and die before reaching the egg and fertilizing it.
User :   before using these medicines my ejeculation was normal
Doctor :   which medication are you using at present?
User :   uripro capsule and tablets of baidhnath that is pathrina
Doctor :   ok, they can affect the motility and quantity to some extent
Doctor :   please provide your age
User :   24
User :   i am doing sex last 2 years.. there was no prob but i m facing problem last 15 days
Doctor :   drink plenty of water, keep yourself hydrated
Doctor :   the stone problem can be solved with diet changes and water intake
User :   u tell me why i m ejeculating very low amout of semen...
Doctor :   since you are only 24 years of age.
Doctor :   how many glasses of water do you take per day?
User :   only 4-5 glasses
User :   now i m using only one trip in full night
Doctor :   that could be one reason for your stones and also low ejaculate
User :   before this problem i use 3-4 trips in a night
User :   i m feeling very shy infront of my partner
Doctor :   increase your water intake to 10-12 glasses per day it will solve both the problems
Doctor :   and you do not need to be shy for anything
User :   u tell me should i have to take medicines
Doctor :   you should be free and tension free during intercourse and even before that
User :   i m not doing satisfy my gf.
Doctor :   it will not affect the intercourse
Doctor :   and you will be able to satisfy
User :   my prob is decrease of ejeculation
Doctor :   increase your water intake to 10-12 glasses per day
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