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Sperm analysis showed low sperm count. How to increase sperm count? Suggest diet plan

hello sir, good afternoon,i am ravinder singh 44 years old my sperm count is 13million/cumm and active 50%, sluggish 30%,dead 20%,pus cells 2-4 cells/hpf ,RBCs -nil rbcs seen /hpf,epithelial cells-nil epithelial cells seen/hpf,Morphpology - normal spermatozoa seen.{ colour-whitesh, Quantity-2.4 ml,Liquification time -25mts,Reaction - Alkaline ,Viscosity-thin.} Abstinence period - more than 3 days.sir i want to know what i do to increase semen count to get a healthy child and what should i eat in my daily diets . i shell be very thankful to you for this
Asked On : Wed, 30 Jan 2013
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Sep 2012
Hello, Welcome to HCM, I am Dr. Das

Look, your sperm count is really lower than normal. Generally, we take sperm count of >15 million as normal, as per WHO 2010.

Motility of the sperm is normal.

Pus cells are present. Normal semen contains no pus cells ( as per WHO 2010).

So, first you have to take broad spectrum antibiotic like ciprofloxacin.

Repeat the test.

If abnormality still persists, do an ultrasound scan of scrotum. Hormone levels should be tested also. If all are normal, you have to take coenzyme Qand vitamin E.

Lastly, consult with an infertility specialist for further management.

Answered: Wed, 30 Jan 2013
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