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Semen Ingestion Increased Fertility
At what testicular volume should should one be concerned with fertility? I mean small enough to recommend semen analysis?
2-5 days: A man should ejaculate somewhere between 48 hours and 5 days prior to a semen analysis. If he ejaculates to close to the test, the sample will be depleted and the result will be low. If he goes too long between ejaculation and the test, the sperm will be less viable and there will be more dead sperm in the result. ...Read more
Does Olmesartan Medoxomil can damage the male sexual fertility?I have very good semen analyses before starting BP medications and now I am concerned.
Should not : Should not, but anything is possible. What are u'r concerns. Some more explanation may get u more detailed answers . ...Read more
Three options ...: Most times you give a sample by masturbation - fertility clinics have private collection rooms. For men unwilling/unable to collect in office, many clinics will allow you to collect at home in a container they provide then bring it in within 45-60 mins, keeping the cup at body temperature. Some guys can only ejaculate with intercourse; a nontoxic condom can be used to collect but it's not ideal. ...Read more
My husband have low semen count,non motility,we expecting a baby for 4 yrs.we had all fertility tests,no other problem found. Pls Suggest a treatment?
Here are some ...: I assumed he has been confirmed: no varicocele, normal hormone profile, in good health, no ? for infection in semen, and as well, your wife has been checked out to be ok in period and have patent Fallopian tubes. If so, try using Clomid (clomiphene) for 6 months under a close monitoring hormonal levels and semen analysis in 3-6 months before considering IUI, IVF, adoption, etc. Detail? Ask Doc timely. ...Read more
Dear doctor can I do a semen analysis before doing a surgery on the vericoceles to see if it affects fertility and avoid surgery?
I am chronic epididymitis patient and wanted to know about my fertility. My family doctor refused semen analysis, saying its not necessary! what to do?
See below: You are probably not infertile, but one of the indications to check a semen analysis is if the patient suspects he might be infertile. If you want a semen analysis, just ask you primary care doc for an order for one. Your insurance company may not pay for it, but i don't see why you shouldn't be able to have one done if you want. If abnormal, then involve a urologist. Good luck! ...Read more
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