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What is the use of oligocare and fertyl M?

i want to know the use of oligocare and fertyl M as i am prescribed by two urologist, one prescribed oligocare and another Dr. Prescribed Fertyl M along oligocare for the Low sperm count (40 million/ml, low motility (60%), low rapid progressive (10%)) Thanks for your suggestion.
Sat, 28 Sep 2019
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Hello,

The medicines you have mentioned are prescribed mainly for patients with low sperm count who are trying to conceive and are unable to because of low sperm count.

I would suggest you to follow your doctors advice on intake of the medicines as per the prescription for better results. As these medicines are prescribed after careful evaluation of the patient. If you have doubts then you can have a conversation with your doctor on your next appointment.

Hope this helps. Feel free to contact for any further queries in the future.
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What is the use of oligocare and fertyl M?

Hello, The medicines you have mentioned are prescribed mainly for patients with low sperm count who are trying to conceive and are unable to because of low sperm count. I would suggest you to follow your doctors advice on intake of the medicines as per the prescription for better results. As these medicines are prescribed after careful evaluation of the patient. If you have doubts then you can have a conversation with your doctor on your next appointment. Hope this helps. Feel free to contact for any further queries in the future.