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Low Sperm Mortality
Hello Doctors I have a Low sperm mortality in count, so i have consult a gynecologist, which she referred for to take MAXOZA-L twice a day. So please tell what is the use of it and how many months it will take to improve my disease and also please tell that what are the natural ways to increase this. Thanks
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This medicine is to improve quality & mobility of sperm. Any medicine for thid purposes has to be taken regularly for three months. Do regular sex especially during fertile period to achieve pregnancy.
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There are many good nutraceuticals to improve your sperm count motility and morphology. Please consult an experienced competent certified sexologist for advice and medications to boost your sperm motility. There are also some food which help increase the sperm health like eggs, spinach, bananas, dark chocolate broccoli, pomegranate, walnut, zilch rich food. Please seek consultation of a good sexologist online and seek advice at the earliest.
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