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Low sperm count and motility, stopped lyco q and restarted fertyl m and evion tablets. Reason?

actually when i tested my sperm count it is 8mill/ml and motility5%. doctor prescribed fertyl m and evion tablets.. after one month therapy it is 22mill/ml and motility 20%. after that doctor prescribed lyco-q for one month. after completing one month once again she prescribed fertyl m and evion for the two months. why she prescribed fertyl m and evion once again? why she stopped lyco q
Asked On : Fri, 14 Dec 2012
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Dear nagu.mba5, As you addressed your DOC. appears she is GYnac. frankly speaking not rt. person to handle with your problem. but in small cities your andrologist are unavailable they serve the people. why she changed she will answer you properly but my advice at least try to consult an andrologist or urologist will be rt person to treat your problem.
Answered: Wed, 19 Dec 2012
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