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Tested for semen analysis for sperm count, non motile sperms, double heads. Taking ubipheme and maxoza. Chances of improvement?

hi my husband semen analysis report : sperm count: 10 millions/ml rapid progressive motility : 10% slow progressive motility : 10% non motile sperms : 80% morphology normal forms : 80% giant forms : 05% double heads : 05% constricted heads : 10% microscopy pus cells : 8-10/hpf epithelial cells : 1-2/hpf rbc - nil viscosity : normal volume : 2ml liquifaction : normal reaction/ph : alkaline 8.0 He is taking ubipheme and maxoza from 3 months.....what are the chances of improvement of spems by this medicine..........
Asked On : Mon, 25 Jun 2012
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The chances of sperm count improving will depend on the problem which has caused it to be low in the first place. For example, if his testes had a damage due to oxinats, taking maxoza could help. likewise, if his count is low with a low stimulus from the brain with low FSH ( hormone from the pituitary gland in the brain), his sperm count could go up with Ubiphene.
I suggest you ask your husband to get an ultrasound examination of scrotum and a serum FSH, (preferably at 8 AM) if not done earlier. They may guide us in further treatment. Semen analysis also can be repeated now that he has been on some medication for over 3 months.
Hope I have been able to help you.
Answered: Thu, 27 Mar 2014
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