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Marbury, AL
A 25-year-old female asked:

what could my husband take or do to increase sperm we have been trying to concieve.?

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Dr. Robert Kwok
Pediatrics 33 years experience
If the count is low,: If the sperm count is low, the urologist or infertility specialist can advise on sperm issues. But this is after a couple has seen his and her doctors to verify that they have a particular problem with trying to get pregnant. If there is no problem yet, and a couple is just trying to get pregnant as fast as possible, they can just stay relaxed, stay happy, eat nutritiously, minimize meds, etc...

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New Iberia, LA
A 31-year-old female asked:

My fiance has thick sperm. Is this healthy? We are trying to concieve and im affraid its too thick to reach. Am I wrong?

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Dr. Shabbir Hossain
Internal Medicine 16 years experience
To quote Nike..: "just do it" :-) hard to determine the quality and quantity of sperm in ejaculate with the naked eye. If after several attempts, you find that you cannot conceive, then it's time for both of you to get properly evaluated by fertility specialists. Good luck!
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Me and my boyfriend are trying to conceive but his sperm came out a liquid type .. Is that normal ?

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Dr. Robert Killian
General Practice 28 years experience
Sperm: Sperm are microscopic. Semen is the nutrient rich fluids perm survive in. All sounds normal.

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Last updated Dec 9, 2013

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