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Low sperm motility
Sperm motility is very Low i.e (PR+NP) is only 10percent.what are the reasons and best way to increase the same
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Your motility can be increased by medicines. I give my own medicines. I dont give prescriptions.
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Hi Thanks for seeking help here. After carefully listening to your history n evaluating the issue we suggests.... sperms like fish.....if a fish can not swim then the reason can be problem in its body ..... Problem in sperm tail or ciliary process can lead to this.... Which can genetic or mechanical. Like if the water is too viscus sperm fish can move but very slow...that can due to delay in liquification. I suggest daily exercise n smoking with health diet and Medication can help you .. Feel free to consult with me here in practo for further clarification and doubts if any with nominal fees. Happy to help you. Wish you good health. Get well soon. Regards Dr Jitendriya Practo
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take proper treatment in ayurveda if you want best result and permanent solution consult online with me
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Hi Motility is very less.. Life style modifications, diet, yoga.. Exercises help Upload report
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