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Hypothyroid, low sperm count, blood and Doppler test normal. How can I increase the count?

Hi I am Amol,age 35, my sperm count is 2%ml..i was diagnosed 8 months back for Viral hyper thyroid and now recently blood test found that i have a TSH tpo increased and it is Hypo thyroid, I had been also done various blood test eg sugar,blood pressure etc its all normal,also done the doppler test which is also normal. Could you please advise how to increase the spearm count which is as ggod as nil. Amol
Asked On : Thu, 17 May 2012
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Infertility Specialist 's  Response
Single semen analysis doesn't give the real picture of what is going in your body. There are natural ups & downs in sperm count. May be that your semen analysis was done when the count was low. (Count can fluctuate from as low as 0 to 100million/mL). You can just repeat semen analysis after 2-7 days of abstinence to get real picture. (You can do it after your thyroid function is normalized as hypothyroidism can reduce sperm count).
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