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Would pills like fertility blend, proxeed or fertipil really help with husbands fertility? He is 34 and I suspect he suffers from ED as well.
No & No: Although several studies have shown an improvement in sperm parameters with anti-oxidant and vitamin therapy, no study has shown a significant improvement in pregnancy rates. Taking vitamins certainly can't hurt, but don't pay the huge price difference just because the bottle says "fert" on it. A semen analysis would be a great place to start. See a urologist or fertility doc for the ed. ...Read more
My husband has been diagnosed of low sperm count. He's been on adyzoa, sperman n proxeed plus but his condition is the same. What can we do?
See Urology & REI: You may need Assisted Reproductive Treatments. Also, Urologist will do an evaluation and determine if he may benefit from hormonal treatments ...Read more
Yes: Yes, you can take those together. If your sperm count has not improved after 3 months on Clomid (clomiphene) then I would see a urologist for an evaluation. Sometimes medications just do not work and you have to rely on medical techniques to improve your chances for conception. Intrauterine insemination (IUI) and IVF may be your best options. ...Read more