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How can my husband’s low sperm count be managed?

Tuesday, 26 July 2011
Answered by: Dr Ranjith Ramasamy
Clinical Associate in Urology, New York-Presbyterian Hospital, Cornell University, USA
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Q. My 31 years old husband is suffering from low sperm count (3 million/ml) and poor motility - 20%. I have undergone some tests and my reports were normal. Last month my husband underwent semen analysis and the results were same as mentioned above. So, the doctor suggested Maxoza L, Carnisure (500 mg), Evion forte and Becozinc. How can low sperm count be improved? Is it possible to have a natural pregnancy without any assisted reproductive techniques?

A.  Your husband can be checked for a varicocoele with physical exam but with 3 million and 20% motility, I think your chances with natural conception are about 20%. Assuming you are less than 30 years old, you can try natural way before resorting to IVF.

A.  Your husband can be checked for a varicocoele with physical exam but with 3 million and 20% motility, I think your chances with natural conception are about 20%. Assuming you are less than 30 years old, you can try natural way before resorting to IVF.

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