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what herbal supplements increases semen?

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Dr. Danny Proffitt
Family Medicine 43 years experience
No aware of any: Why would your want to increase semen? If you are healthy, live a healthy lifestyle and practice safe sex, you should have all the semen produced that is necessary for normal funtion. Semen is a collective volume of testicular contribution, prostatic contribution and seminal vessicle contribution and perhaps a miniscule amount from other sources. It is what is is unless you have a specific illn.
Dr. Vasu Brown
Integrative Medicine 34 years experience
Multipollen extract: Multipollen extract and royal jelly will help.

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Can I drink herbal teas while breastfeeding?

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Yes: Chamomile, dill, fennel, lemon, orange and other common ingredients are quite safe. Most other herbs have not been studied. Ephedra (ma huang), in particular, would be a bad idea.
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Which natural supplements are safe to take during pregnancy?

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Vitamins, fish oil: We do not receive adequate nutrition from our food supply any longer. Because of that, people need to provide excellent nutritional products to themselves and their baby. A good multivitamin/multimineral is a good start. Take extra omega 3 fish oil. Make sure it is purified. Take 4 capsules daily. Also take vit d3, at least 2, 000 units daily. Follow your level with blood tests. And, probiot.
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Yes: Herbal teas are fine as long as they are decaffeinated. Also try to avoid medicated herbal teas that contain laxatives during pregnancy.
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A 36-year-old male asked:

Should I forgo western medicine and try chinese herbal medicine to treat my diabetes?

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Dr. Jeffrey Juchau
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No: I am a medical doctor a would have to say no. All the studies i know about tell me that western medicine works for diabetes. I don't know anything about chinese herbal medicine.
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Can a virgin girl get pregnant with pre cum?

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Dr. James Ferguson
Pediatrics 46 years experience
?Pre- cum ?: The sexual fluids produced by males often contain healthy swimmers (sperm) apart from the "main load" .Fingers or other body parts that have contact with this material will have the potential to pass a healthy sperm into the vaginal entrance & from there gain access to & fertilize an egg.To avoid pregnancy you must have your barrier in place to trap these fluids before they begin to leak.

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