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How To Decrease Platelet Count Naturally
Easy. Stay healthy: Sperm production wants to run hard and fast. By poisoning your body with drugs, tobacco and processed foods ( i call it airport food) you drag things down. Stay fit, stay trim, stay healthy, reduce your stress and treat your body like a temple. See: http://www.Theturekclinic.Com/increase-male-fertility.Html. ...Read more
Following : Myelosuppressive chemotherapy, the bone marrow will be compromised in its ability to make neutrophils (a type of WBC that protects against bacterial infections). Since a neutrophil only lasts 24hrs after it's made, you quickly run out if you aren't making them efficiently. To facilitate recovery after chemo, we use a gcsf, which stimulates neutrophil production to mitigate infection risk. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends: To increase platelet counts, you need to know what is making them low. Platelet transfusions can be given in certain situations. Treatments like ivig or steroids can help in some situations. Splenectomy will help in some situations. There are not any particular foods or vitamins that will raise platelet counts. ...Read more
Hematology: Eosinophils are usually elevated when there is an allergic reaction in the body and with certain infections. When the offending allergen or infection is removed the count should go down. On occasion some patients have a persistently elevated value. Your pmd would need to evaluate that further. ...Read more
Don't treat numbers: If one or more of your absolute counts (neutrophils or lymphcytes; i've never cared about monocytes) is a wee bit low, just follow it. If it is way low, you may be seriously sick and in that case need something stronger than homeopathy. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
This is best: discussed with a reproductive specialist. Please call your urologist and they can refer you. A complete reproductive history and specific tests are needed. Best wishes. ...Read more
Here are some...: Concerning sperm count usually involves infertility, which is caused by female factors in 35% of couples, by males' in 30%, in part by male's and female's in 20%, and unexplained in 15%. Before improving sperm count, seeking pro-evaluation & counseling is the first step so to find potentially modifiable factors such as varicocele, sex hormonal imbalance, etc.. More? Ask the experts timely. ...Read more
Healthy lifestyle: Start by eating a healthy diet and drinking lot of H20. Maintain a healthy weight. Exercise regularly. Get plenty of rest and decrease stress. Avoid drugs and tobacco, limit Etoh. Avoid toxic chemicals and pesticides. The temperature of the the testes must be lower than the core body temperature. Avoid tight clothes, prolonged sitting and biking, hot tubs /and saunas. Wear boxers. ...Read more
Avoid Testosterone: Use of exogenous testosterone, eg androderm, androgel, axiron, Fortesta & testim will shut down sperm production. Off-label use of injected HCG will increase sperm & t production but it's not commonplace. Off-label tamoxifen or anastrazole might do this, too, assuming otherwise functional testes. Bottom line, there's no accepted mainstream way to increase sperm production other than wearing boxers. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Proper Environment: Sperm count is controlled by a number of factors, some which are out of your control. If there is a specific medical cause for a low sperm count (varicocele, hormones), correcting those may help. Otherwise, proper diet, proper hydration, proper rest, proper temperature (boxers vs. Briefs), increase the interval between ejaculations, etc. ...Read more
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