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Planning for baby. Semen test analysis and sperm count active. On fertyle. Next?

Hi Doctor, Me and my wife planing for a baby , Gynae asked us for semen test analysis and my sperm count is 4% which are active and others are 61% and she suggested me 2 tablets 1 is fertyle m and 2 is levocarnitine tablets usp carnisure - 500 . i want to know does these tablets has any side effects and are these tablets are helpful for concieving . Cand you tell me what are reasons why my sperm count is low and what to eat and what to avoid thanks.
Asked On : Fri, 17 Aug 2012
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Sperm count can be low due to multiple reasons,hormonal imbalance being one of them.both the above mentioned medicines will help you improve your count n reduce the oxidative damage without having any major side effects.u shud go in fr a semen culture n hormonal assay as well.
Answered: Sat, 25 Aug 2012
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