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Male Infertility Abnormal Sperm
Hot Rocks!?: Many people believe that the varicocele increases the heat in the scrotum. The heat may be the cause of sperm damage. Not every varicocele causes a decrease in semen quality. Sperm motility is often most affected. Surgery or embolization can be helpful but often it is unclear if needed. Always check partner too. I like sperm function tests like acrosome reaction to help decide on treatment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I am suffering from male infertility. My sperm count is 10m and motality is very low. I have been asked to take conceva m tab. Will it help?
I am a 30-year-old man. I have been taking on Lexapro (escitalopram) 10mg for 22 days. Could I use it forever? Does it cause male infertility? Low sperm?
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Anytime you receive a medication from your doctor, you are expected to ask questions about the medication. Did you not have any such conversation?
Anyway Lexapro (escitalopram) is a fairly safe medicine, it will not affect your sperms or fertility. So it can be taken for the long term if needed although most doctors try to stop your antidepressant after the depression has resolved, but some patients need it for ...Read more
Trying for 17mnths. Male infertility factor. Taking medicine for 3mnths. Sperm count 3-4mil/ml. Motility 25%.Is it possible, medicines can cure n get pregn?
Oligoasthenospermia: Unfortunately, you give me insufficient information with regard to your partner. Has he been tested for a varicocele (40% of men with infertility have it caused by a varicocele that c an only be managed surgically. Clomiphene citrate (clomid) has been shown to stimulate spermatogenesis in men; however it may not result in 'better' sperm. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: It is estimated that of all couples who experience infertility, 40% are male factor problems, and in another 20% there are problems with both partners. It's not as dire as it may sound though: male 'infertility' doesn't usually mean the couple can't have a child, just that they may need some help. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Semen analysis: All male fertility evaluation starts with a semen analysis, and usually ends there. Men needing further evaluation may include consultation with a urologist, scrotal ultrasound, testicular biopsy, and the list goes on. For costs you need to inquire locally because they vary; in our area semen analysis is usually in the $100-$200 range. ...Read more
Reframe question: Only a small number of men benefit from medication to improve fertility. If the man does not have reproductive hormones, then replacement (injections) can allow him to produce sperm. Some men who take steroids have few or no sperm - stop hormones and sperm return. Usually poor quality sperm do not benefit from tablets. See a specialist for more details. Best wishes. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Laptops when used excessively on the lap and over the scrotum can lead to increased heat and electromagnetic frequency radiation around the scrotum and testes. Also, wifi devices could have an effect
see this link for an article on the topic of electronic/mobile devices and male fertility.
http://www. Healthymerlin. Com/wp/wp-content/uploads/2013/02/the-daily-reception-vs.-conception. Pdf. ...Read more
Semen analysis: Infertility means that you have been trying for a year without success, and male infertility is when that is due to the male partner. Most infertility is not permanent and can be treated. The first step is to have your semen tested to see if there is any issue. Not everyone on dialysis has infertility. ...Read more
Not always: The connection of varicocele and male sub-fertility is not entirely consistent: some men with sub-fertility are helped by varicocele repair, a large majority of men with varicocele never have fertility problems. Expert urologists and res often disagree on specifics, so I recommend in-person evaluation with an expert you trust. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Menopausal Bleeding: Vaginal bleeding out of schedule should be evaluated by your physician. Hormonal replacement is safe. The uterine lining may be visualized by fiberoptic (as in the picture) with tissue sampling to rule out polyps and other causes for the bleeding., . ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
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