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whenever any infection occurs in the body then usually fever appears in the patient. And you should take plenty of water, juices, fruits, salads, green leafy vegetables for better improvement of health and you should take homoeopathic treatment for the permanent cure and for best homoeopathic treatment you may contact us.
You need to get urine culture abst test, done, usg abdomen especially prostrate. Take appropriate antibiotic for two weeks. Spouse also to do urine culture abst and usg abdo done. Take medicine drink lots of water.
At this young age, backache is usually postural or related to some compression pathology in your spinal canal. Please don't consume these antibiotics and analgesics without any specialist's advice. Also start properly guided exercises to increase your back muscles tone and strength. Stretch your hamstring muscles. Improve posture, don't bend forwards. Start regular walking. If you are obese, try working on weight reduction.
Male factors account for 20% to 50% of infertility cases, and infection in the genitourinary tract may play a contributing role in up to 15% of male infertility. Leukocytospermia is a well-known indicator of infection or inflammation in the male sex glands and the urogenital tract. Although great deal of effort has been expended to elucidate definite management strategies in infertile men with leukocytospermia, the gold standard of treatment remains unclear. Until recently, broad spectrum antibiotics and antioxidants have been used in the treatment of leukocytospermia for male infertility to eliminate infection and reduce reactive oxygen free radicals produced inside cellular mitochondria as a result of inflammation.
nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory medications (nsaids) are also prescribed for patients with pyospermia, and may also improve sperm count. Pyospermia may also get better on its own.
There are other things men can do to try to eliminate excess white blood cells from semen, including:
stopping the use of any tobacco product;
avoiding the use of too much alcohol;
stopping the use of marijuana;
more frequent ejaculation.
The use of the antioxidant nutritional supplements can reduce sperm production and lessen the effects of white blood cells in the semen. Men who are trying to make a pregnancy and who have pyospermia should consider taking antioxidant nutritional supplements, including vitamin e, vitamin c, coenzyme ubiquinol-10 (coq10), glutathione, and others.
Pyospermia can also be treated by correcting genitourinary abnormalities that may cause infection or inflammation. Methods of correction include varicocelectomy, the surgery to correct a varicocele, which can improve semen production and reduce white blood cells in the semen. Other abnormalities that can be treated include prostatic obstruction with infection and urethral valves.
another semen analysis three months after the antibiotics are completed is recommended as a follow-up. If the pyospermia has not been treated successfully, other measures include semen cultures, antisperm antibody testing, x-rays of the genitourinary tract, and/or urine flow tests. In many cases, treatment for 30 days with an over-the-counter nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory medication may be recommended.
Yes you will be fine kindly detail me more about this issues for proper and permanent solution. For now apply mullein ear drops from sbl twice daily in both ears along with this an internal medicine will be suggested as per your details.
Your symptoms are suggestive of epididymo-orchitis i.e. Infection of the testis and cord structures, kindly repeat a urine routine, urine culture and get an ultrasound of the testis done get back to me for medications.
Your symptoms are suggestive of epididymo-orchitis, infection of the testis and cord structures, kindly repeat a urine routine examination and perform an ultrasound examination of testes, get back to me with the reports for medications.
From your clinical history you have been almost given a syndromic treatment for stds, including for fungal inf, pending confirmation of diag.
Fungal infection, so called yeast inf, mostly by candida is common and recurrent infection. (vulval / vaginal irritation, itching and white cottage cheese like dischare are common presentations) I would suggest you please consult a good gynaecologist to diagnose your inf and treat it. No alternative therapies can cure recurrent fungal inf. Please get your partner examined and treated, if possible, for any stis he has. Thanks.