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Semen analysis shows high non motile sperm, low total sperm count. Prescribed speman forte. Treatment?

Dear Sir, Today i have checked my semen and fount that the total count is 6 /million, actively motile - nil, sluggishly motile - 3%, non motile 97%, white blood cells 5-10/HPF and red blood cells 0-3/HPF. Kindly please advise me (i really very sad about it, mentally tired) how can i improve my total count or it is possible or not possible to increase. what should i do for this. Doctor advise me to take Speman Forte from xxxx. Please let me where can i get this medicine in xxx. Appreciate your kind reply at the earliest to my email address YYYY@YYYY Regards
Asked On : Fri, 27 Jul 2012
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Hi, Sivan,
Thanks for query.
Your semen report is not satisfactory with all aspect.
It is possible that you might have Verecocele or other infection in your genital tract.
Consult sexologist and take his opinion.
Spemen forte is an Ayurvedic medicine and I do not see any advantage in your case.
Ok and bye.
Answered: Fri, 27 Jul 2012
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