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Unsuccessful re-canalization, nil sperm count, increase in count post another operation, advised MiraQule. Negative impact after taking these?

good morning sir i m a 41 year old man due to my personal problems i got vasectomy(2001) operation later my wife died and i married again now i want children for which i got recanalisation in the year 2005 later i came to know my operation was not successful (bcoz my sperm count was zero) later i got operated again(in 2009)now my count is 3million (20%motile) now i met andrologist he asked me to use capsules MiraQule 100mg for 3 months i would like to know any negative impact on my body after using the tablets and for IUI how much count i need to have and how can i improve my sperm count
Asked On : Sun, 26 Aug 2012
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if you have a count of 3 million, it means the surgery has restored the patency of vas deferens. Now we have to see the process of production of sperms by testis.I would suggest to get a colour doppler study of your scrotum to see if there is a varicocele, and FSH level in blood to see the functionality of testis.I have not seen scientific evidence for Miraqule .
for IUI, 12-15 million per cc of grade 1 and 2 sperms are needed. You should avoid smoking,drugs, wear lose and cotton underwears, and avoid OTP medicines because many could suppress sperm production.
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