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The best medicine to increase sperm count & motality?

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Dr. Samuel Pauli
Fertility Medicine 17 years experience
Lifestyle Changes: Avoid tobacco, marijuana and excess alcohol. Eat a well balanced diet and a male multivitamin with antioxidants won't hurt either. However, if you have low counts you should also be evaluated by a professional to make sure nothing is wrong structurally, hormonally and sometimes genetically. Sometimes men can use Clomid (clomiphene) to boost their counts but it depends in the cause.

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A 43-year-old member asked:

What is the best way to increase sperm count & sperm mortality?

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Dr. Ivan Colon
Urology 27 years experience
Avoid Bad stuff : Alcohol, smoking and drugs can decraese sperm count. Smoking tobacco not only to decrease the quality of a woman’s eggs, but it is thought to reduce a man’s sperm count. Illicit drugs like Cocaine and marijuana have been demonstrated to affect sperm count and even motility. If you have a varicocele, fixing it can lead to improved motility.
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A 30-year-old male asked:

Best and natural way to increase sperm count?

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Dr. Robert Sterling
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TheySayOystersISayUg: Avoid hot tubs (well, right up to the day you want to deploy those spermies).Avoid phyto- estrogens (soy,yams,etc). Avoid environmental estrogens (plastic containers.....and women, well, maybe not).Healthy diet and lose weight if you're fat.Exercise regularly, especially sprints, but don't burn yourself out.Multivitamin that includes vitamin C and zinc. Some people recommend herbs, I don't.

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