hi am a man 40 years old and am merried for 2 years now, i want to creat my family
and we tried with my wife for two years and it didn't happened
i was diagnosed with Oligoasthenospermia which means low sperm mobility and acount
my doc perscribed me some medication L - carnitin, Coenzym 10 sublingual and vita man
to use for one month and check again for any better result
but am really woried will this medication help me and will i ever be able to get my wife pregnant
if you do know anything about this diagnose i have pls help me
i would be very greatful
can i recover from this condition
Not sure about the medication, but why don't you and your wife try IVF with ICSI? ICSI is a method whereby the sperm is injected directly into the egg, so it doesn't actually have to swim...men with low or no mobility usually have good success rates with ICSI.
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