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can tamoxifen be used in the treatment of low sperm count?

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Dr. Sudhir Bansal
Endocrinology 75 years experience
Azoospermia: Tamoxifen is an anti estrogen and as such can help increase sperm counts in theory but not well established Clomiphene is another agent which has been used you should have a work to make sure the low count is due to what reason you can still have a low count and procreate other techniques such as sperm count concentration may be available thru a local fertility specialist.

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