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Duration for having maxozal to increase the motility rate?

hi my name is Aiswarya. I am married , and nw 2years got over. We are trying for baby from last 6 months ,we did few semen analysis test for my hubby, and result came , then the doctor told motility is very less, and he prescribed maxozal for 2 months,so i would like to know how many more months it will take to become everyhting fine my husband age is 32 and i am 25 now
Mon, 11 Jun 2012
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Welcome to HCM.

Kindly take the drug for prescribed period. It is not possible to judge based on the single test.

I advice you repeat the test after 3 days of abstinence. If he has any signs of UTI, it is better to take course of antibiotic and then do the test.

If again the motility is low, consult urologist to rule out vericocele. Doppler will be done to confirm these.

If he does not have any vericocele i advice you to see infertility specialist.

Hope I have provided the information you needed.
Wish you good health. Take care.
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