I am 28 years old and my wife is 22, we are both trying to have baby sine 15 months almost every other day, yet No luck. My wife has gone through several test including blood test, biochemistry, urine analysis, and ultrasound and I also have been gone through semen analysis, again it is fine yet No luck. My wife has tried Clomid as well for 3 months, yet no luck.
Can any body suggest us any thing that may help us. I am worried if any thing is wrong with my semen as it is very less viscous.
My semen results are: quantity: 2ml Total count: 85 M/ml Motile: 90% Non Motile: 10% Normal: 70% Abnormal: 30% Color: Dirty White Appearance Turbid. Liquifaction: 30
I am working at a power plant and 50-60% of my time is spent sitting on chair as I am involved in designing department. I used to wear tight underwears but since three months I have started wearing loose boxers and I don't put laptop on my lap. To sum up, I don't think my balls are getting exposed to heat to that much.
Thanks for your feedback. Still no success for pregnancy.
My semen ejaculation is very less around 1.8 ml as per recent analysis. What pills can I use to increase my semen ejaculation? can I use volume pills? will it help to get conceive.
It is almost 2.5 years to our marriage still no success, my wife's tests are perfectly fine, she has taken clomid for 03 months in 2013, yet no success, however, I have a doubt on mine. I have mentioned below my semen analysis results.
Motility-Rapid linear progression = 20% Slow Non linear progression = 50% Non Progressive= 30% Total Sperm Count: 60 Mill/ml Time of liquification: 30 mint Quantity: 1.8 ml Sperm Morphology: 40%.
My doctor has suggested me to take following: Orthomopol Fertile Plus ---- for 3 months Ezerex: 3 months
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