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Infertility problem
I am 35 years old male and married since a year and no pregnancy yet. I got my semen analysis done and the sperm count is normal except for motility which is 38% and pus cells which is 16-21. I saw a doctor who prescribed me TAXIM-O( 10 days) LYCOREX CAPS ( 1 month)and ZOAMATES sachet for 3 months.It's been 25 days I am on these medications. I am not sure if the prescription is working for me. I also have watery semen and premature ejaculation problem. I am very tensed. Please help me if there is any better solution. I want to see a best doctor in Lucknow if possible. Thanks
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Hello, I can understand your concern. Your doctor prescribed concern medicine as per your investigation reports and your chief complains. You should complete the course and the go for semen analysis. If there is no improvement in your symptoms then you should consult to ayurvedic sexologist to take ayurvedic medicines which has no side effects and able to improve your concern.
Next Steps
Now you can take ashwagandha powder with warm milk twice a day along with your medicine.
Health Tips
Avoid smoking and drinking habits if you have them. Avoid spicy and fried junk foods. Take sufficient sleep. Avoid regular masturbation. For further help you can revert back to me.
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