A 31-year-old male asked:
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sperm qty 3.5ml, sprm/ ejaculate 175mil count 50mil motile sprm 54% rapid linear progression 8% slow progression 65% non prog27 how can increase rlp?

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Dr. James Lin
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Ask your Doctor...: How long have you dealt with male infertility? Has you partner been properly evaluated? There has been no specific known drugs to improve RLP. It is good idea to ask your doctor who ordered semen analysis and will deduce what may be done in your individual conditions since the related subjects are wide. Despite low in RLP, still continue current practice in relationship hoping to impregnate her.
Answered on Aug 29, 2017

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