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Infertility, low sperm count and motility, diet and improvement measures

Sir i have infertility problem as my sperm count (less then 40 million) and motility percentage is very low around 15-20%. kindly help me put how can i improve this as i got married 4 years before and no birth yet.also advise me the diet and what should i avoid in meal?If some other information required please ask i will answer further. thanks
Fri, 8 Jun 2012
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Hello Yasir

Welcome to HCM

Your sperm motility is low. If you have done the test once i advice you to repeat it after 3 days of abstinence. It is better if you take course of antibiotic before going for test.

If again it is low i advice you to see urologist to rule out vericocele. Doppler is done to rule out this.

After this also you have low count you have to see infertility specialist.

Hope you have got the information you needed.

Take care.
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