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Low sperm count, partner's results normal. No success with IVF. What should be done?

Dear Sir , I am Bangladeshi i am 40years old, i married august 2005, my sperm count low, my wife has no problem his all test result good, but try to baby before five years till date we not successful . we visit many doctors in bangladesh and we take IVF to square hospital in bangladesh 2oth September 2011 but no result then my sperm count was 10. now i what to do. pls pls suggest me. email no. YYYY@YYYY
Asked On : Mon, 1 Apr 2013
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Normally sperm count is 60 millions (6 crores) Out of which only one spermatazoa is going to fertilize the egg. There are so many factors to be considered, out of which the percentage of
1) Actively Mobile sperm
2)Morphology of sperm
are important. If there is VERY less sperm count Injections & Tabs are available to improve the sperm count. But for normal way of fertilization 60 millions are needed. If the sperm count is less than 50 millions and % of actively mobile sperms are to a reasonable number we can filter the semen and separate the actively motile sperms which are used for insemination or IVF.
So before IVF everything has to be taken into account. I hope that what you have mentioned is 10 millions instead of 10. Even if it is 10 millions it is difficult to separate the actively motile sperm.
I hope you understand. As your life partner is 100% alright if it is agreeable for you artificial insemination is possible (from the semen bank.)
Best wishes
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Ayurveda Specialist Dr. Packriswamy Sambangi's  Response
IVF is a complex and expensive procedure , only about 5% of couples with infertility seek it out.It may also assist in male infertility , where there is a defect in sperm quality.
There are many biologic and environmental factors that can lead to low sperm count.
Stress, depression and anxiety are described as common consequences of infertility.
Sexual issues , impotence, premature ejaculation.
Lubricants used with condoms.
Smoking over 20 cigrattes and excessive alcohol intake can lead infertility.
The illness or infection anywhere in the body can temporarily lower sperm count.
1.Wear loose under garments, wash testicles with cold water.
2. Keep your weight in normal . Exercise regularly and stay fit.
3.Eat nutritious foods and vegetables and low fat diet.
4. Reduce stress by regular meditation and yoga.
5.Take SHILAJIT ,a powerful sexual tonic.
6.Take ASHWAGANDHA, it increases endurance and long lasting capabilities.
7. Take KOHINOOR GOLD .this has herbal remedy to increase the quality and quantity of sperm.
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welcome to healthcare magic
as you have a problem of infertility and as per your description you are suffering from last 8 years.
Now we are thinking about the problem and its solution...
A. From Female Side - There are not any problem in female side as per the doctors view and investigation and so that they have performed IVF too.. but its useless.
B. Male side - its clear as he has low sperm count and so that infertility occurred. But as per IVF experts they are always says that 10 million is more that enough count and they need only one sperm.
C. If every thing is normal then IVF should have to succeed but its not performed succeed. and so that we should have to think over the Ayurveda tips as ever time fertility needs better environment and healthy sperm and healthy ovum for conception.
So Ayurveda way of diagnosis and treatment should have to manage line of treatment as..
1. Have to improve sperm count and motility and then after if you have hurry should have to try for IUI and after getting more than 40 million and 60% active motile; it makes chances for natural conception.
For that.. start him these ayurveda medicines..
1. Vruhsya tablet 2 tabs twice a day
2. aatmagupta tab 2 tab twice day
3. chandraprabha vati 2 tabs twice a day
4. ashwagandhi churna 1 gram with milk twice a day
5. Suvarna makardhvj vati 1 tab twice a day
avoid junk food, spicy and fermented food.
after every three months check the status of sperm count and motility. after first three months if its not good result seen or there is no change.. have to check for verecocele with ultrasound of scrotum.

2.female side : always we are thinking as the reports are normal so why we have to take medicine. but if all things are normal then why not conceived? Ayurveda view is balancing of three doshas as vaat, pitta and kapha. So that making good environment can increase chances and also Ayurveda remedies can make female reproductive system function normal and as per natural.

for that start these medication
1. Prajasthapan tab 2 tabs twice a day
2. Pushyanug tab 2 tabs twice a day
3.yograj gugal 2 tabs twice a day.
till pregnancy confirms..

you can also get help of panchakarma after getting good numbers in sperm count and motility..

Dr. Nikul Patel
Ayurveda Infertility expert
Answered: Tue, 2 Apr 2013
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