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What Will Urologists Do For Low Sperm Count
My urologist says that totiole motile sperm count matters more than individual perameters. Is this true? I have 53 million motile sperms is that good
Urologist wants me to get sperm count checked before scheduling reverse vasectomy. How does that process work?
Our urologist recommended clomid, (clomiphene) after he discovered left varicocele in my 41 yr old husband to improve sperm count. Proof that this improves 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
Am taking Clomipine for low sperm count. how effective are they and what nature remedy can I use in additional to clomiphne?
Only Clomid (clomiphene) 3-4 mo: Guys may need to take Clomid (clomiphene) for at least 3-4 months to see the optimal effect, as it takes 90-108 or so days from the time a sperm is made until it is ejaculated. Clomid (clomiphene) comes in 50 mg tablets and the typical starting dose for a man is either 50 mg every other day or 25 mg daily. ~3 weeks after starting Clomid (clomiphene), he needs to check his FSH, LH, and testosterone levels...high T can decrease sperm ...Read more
Urology evaluation: Low sperm count can be caused by many different things. Have a urologist evaluates you and they may be able to prescribe medication such as Clomid (clomiphene) or high dose antioxidants to improve the situation. An evaluation may also reveal a varicose vein in the scrotum. ...Read more