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I am having a low sperm count. I took fertisure m for 3 months and lycored for 2 months but no improvement. My count was 15 million in February 8 million in may and came down to 5 million now. Please advise.

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Dear lybrate user, a single sperm cell takes about 4 months to mature fully before it is being ejaculated. So I would request to continue the following medication for at least 6 months:- 1) add 5 drops of each of homoeopathic selenium 1m + homoeopathic aurum met 1m + homoeopathic zincum met 1m in a glass of water & drink it early morning before brushing your teeth daily. Again prepare the same mixture & drink it before bathing. Repeat the same process again at evening daily 2) take 60 drops of homoeopathic sterlin-m (repl company), after lunch, in a cup of water. 3) take 60 drops of homoeopathic mother tincture ashwagandha q, after dinner, in a cup of water. This combination of homeopathic remedies have effectively increased the sperm count in about 95% of patients who are suffering from oligospermia as per my experience. Along with the aforesaid medications follow the precautions given below for effective results:- 1) you should abstain from any sexual intercourse or masturbation during the first three months of medication 2) avoid wearing tight underwear 3) avoid driving car/bike for more than 30 minutes continuously 4) avoid any type of addiction if you have any. You have to continue the medication for 6 months continuously but I advise you to check your sperm count by conducting semen analysis after every three months of the aforesaid medication in order to know the progress.
The first step for males to get a good quality and quantity of sperms is to eat right. This means that males have to reach and maintain a healthy body weight. Too much or too little body fat can disrupt the production of male reproductive hormones including gonadotropin releasing hormone (GnRH), Luteinizing hormone (LH), Follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) and testosterone. These hormones have a direct bearing on a man’s sex drive and the number of sperm produced. So remember, being too skinny is as bad as being overweight where your sperm count is concerned. Learn to manage stress more effectively as it can also lead to a disruption in the production of hormones. To this end massage, aromatherapy, meditation and yoga can all be very effective in helping you deal with stress. Avoid wearing tight underwear and sitting for prolonged periods of time. Keeping your laptop directly on your lap is also inadvisable as the heat generated can affect sperm production. Remember, heat increases scrotal temperatures and reduces sperm count, so avoid hot tubs, hot baths, saunas and the like.
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