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What Is A Medication For Low Sperm Count
TESTOSTERONE not ok: Many men with low sperm counts are found to have low testosterone. While there are many advantages to recommending testosterone replacement sperm count and fertility are not one of them. In fact, testosterone replacement will suppress FSH levels and over time sperm production may cease entirely. If you desire fertility, please seek out a urologist trained in fertility medicine or an rei md. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
See urologist : There are several causes for having a low sperm count (hormonal problem, testicular failure, pituitary tumor, varicocele, medication, genetic, unexplained, etc.). Best to seek a urological evaluation to possibly determine the cause of a low sperm count. The etiology will determine the best option to correct the problem, if possible. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is it normal for a 50 year old male to have low sperm count and what is the cause and cure for low sperm count if any?
No: There are many reasons for a low count. A semen analysis is not very accurate. Therefore, any time there is a low count the first thing to due is repeat the test. If the count remains the same there are treatments based on how low the count is. Also, it would be important to do a dna fragmentation test on the sperm to see if the sperm's dna is damaged. ...Read more
Is it normal for a 49 year old male to have a low sperm count and what is the cause of low sperm count?
Identify the Cause: Assuming that the sugar you are referring to is fructose which is one of the parameters measured on a semen analysis, treatment would depend on the underlying cause. Low fructose in semen is characteristic of ejaculatory duct obstruction, bilateral congenital absence of the vas deference, partial retrograde ejaculation and androgen deficiency. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Platelet count: In an adult, a normal count is about 150, 000 to 450, 000 platelets per microliter of blood.If platelet levels fall below 20, 000 per microliter, spontaneous bleeding may occur and is considered a life-threatening risk. Patients who have a bone marrow disease, such as leukemia or another cancer in the bone marrow, often experience excessive bleeding. ...Read more
None as I have known: Something magic would be wonderful, but never available yet. As to vitamins to improve low sperm count, as i have known of, there has been no such a magic pill around. To define what are potential causes for individuals with low sperm count, a detailed collection / analysis of hx, physicals, and reasonable tests is required. So, see doc for infertility timely for comprehensive evaluation so to... ...Read more
Many factors: A low sperm count can result from hormonal abnormalities resulting in decreased sperm production, anatomic abnormalities such as blocked ejaculatory ducts or strictures in the urethra which can physically reduce semen volume, surgeries/medications that can result in retrograde ejaculation thus decreasing semen volume, and primary testicular failure. See a urologist to help define the problems. ...Read more
It depends!: Treatment of low numbers of sperm (or absent sperm) will depend on the cause! it's impossible to dictate treatment without testing first to try and uncover the reason the sperm count is low or zero. Once an underlying cause is found, treatment can be geared towards fixing or bypassing the cause. ...Read more
Depends on age & sex: Normal hemoglobin values change throughout the entire first year, so the age of the baby is important. Please check out this site, has an accurate table for values based on age. http://www.fpnotebook.com/mobile/hemeonc/lab/hmglbn.htm. ...Read more
Variable diagnosis: This could be a due to a number of things.Proper treatment would require an identification of the cause through exam and testing before a treatment plan could be formulated. The eosinophils are up some in allergies, up a lot in some parasite infections, and very high in some blood disorders. The plan should originate from the doc who knows the kid the best, or his/her referral source. ...Read more
Correctable cause?: If seen on two tests, you should be evaluated for a cause. A physical exam along with testing for endocrine abnormalities is necessary. The most common finding would be a varicocele (15%), which can be corrected and may return normal numbers of sperm. Heat exposure (fever, hot baths) can also cause this. For hormonal problems, stimulation of sperm production with medicines might work. ...Read more
It depends....: If you had been diagnosed with gout, we will like your uric acid levels to be less than 6 mg/dl. In humans the normal levels of uric acid for men without diagnosis of gout is up to 7.2. Still is important to remember that your uric acid levels can be high, termed called hyperuricemia and this can be asymptomatic without the need of any treatment. ...Read more
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