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Oligospermia

Oligospermia

Question:

- My husband has oligospermia and he was treated with myopeptide, three months of injections: in the first month, one every two days and the next two months one every three days. After this treatment, the spermogram came out terrible (as I understood the result)! The test done before treatment indicates 10000 / ml. I know that there are very few, almost non-existent, but I still had hope, and now ... Do you think the result is wrong?

Answer:


First and foremost, I recommend that you consult an andrologist, who is more able to ascertain the cause of these changes in the spermogram, and therefore to establish an effective therapeutic behavior.
However, there are disorders of the spermogenesis and implicitly changes of the spermogram whose causes remain unknown, their treatment being much more difficult and without the certainty of a favorable resolution of the disease; even if the established therapy is consistent with the result of the spermogram and the therapeutic behavior is correctly coordinated.
Until your presence at a specialized office I can recommend for your husband a change of lifestyle in the sense of using as much nutrition as possible of many natural products, to try to eliminate stress of any kind in everyday life, from also, the sexual relations should be spaced (at least for a while) at a distance of 3-5 days.
The consumption of products rich in iron, phosphorus and zinc can improve the outcome of a future spermogram. Good health!
Dr. Ciprian Pop-Began
- Obstetrics and Gynecology - Clinical Hospital of Obstetrics-Gynecology Prof. Dr. Panait Sarbu

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