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Can I have information about increasing sperm count and having a test tube baby?

sir i want to know abt test tube much time it will take for the results & any side effects later . how much success rate. & at the time of treatment how much sperm count in the body...actually right now 7 lakhs million sperm found in the report. i think 20 to 200 is the any positive suggestion & improvement regarding this. pls revert back.
Asked On : Sat, 22 Dec 2012
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The first most important information is how long you are married , whether your partner got checked up by gynaecologist for any underline abnormality. The other thing is how you collect your ejaculation material (semen) and you follow the collection and time of transportation of the material to the appropriate lab . Have you undergo the whole infertile profile which includes TSH , Testosterone Level , fasting blood sugar , testicular biopsy. With all above information i can answer your question.
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