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Sperm count decreased. Taking Addyzoa and fertyle-m. Can I eat more chocolates?

doctor, i had a sperm count of 125 millions 2 years back , i travelled daily for about 5 hours, then suddenly the sperm count decreased to 31 millions and then doctor advised me to have addyzoa and fertyl-m tablets - now it is increased to 98 millions , doctor has now asked me to take fertisure-m tablet now, on top of this what natural food should i intake , can i eat more chocolates , non-veg.
Asked On : Mon, 24 Dec 2012
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Urologist 's  Response
Jul 2016
Thanks for your query.Your sperm count which as 125 millions 2 years back and had been decreased to 31 millions after taking some medication prescribed by your Dr..First of all the sperm count is not related to your traveling at all.and
there is no medication proved to scientifically to increase the sperm count. was semen analysis done in same lab ?and under identical conditions ?
Fallowing measures will help you to increase the sperm count further.
1) Take moderate exercise and meditation for 1/2 hr everyday.
2) Avoid Alcohol and smoking
3) Take high protein fat free diet rich in fruits and vegetables.
4) Take anti Oxidants like Almonds 5-6 everyday.
Answered: Thu, 27 Dec 2012
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