Hi! If you were my patient, I would advise you that many things can affect the sperm count. Sperm take approximately 3 months to manufacture. You may have had an illness three months ago that affected you, or spent some time in a hot tub. Another possibility is that there could have been lab error. I would recommend repeating the level--in at least 3 days. We never make a diagnosis based upon one sperm count because they tend to fluctuate so much. So, yes, your counts will probably return to your normal baseline. Don't smoke cigarettes or marijuana, take a multivitamin with vitamin C and zinc and stay out of hot tubs. Also, for your benefit--if IUI hasn't worked after 6 tries, it is probably time to consider an alternative such as IVF. Good luck! Dr B
i just had two more tests and my sperm count was 50 million with 50 % motility and then 65 million also with 50 % motility and still have 4 hpf pus cells in semen.
so it definitely increased but my motility has yet not increased much.
what could be the reason
also my doctor told me to do a test of FSH and TESTESTRONE
my FSH is 4.9
but TESTOSTRONE is just 103 and doctor told me its low
how can i increase it nd does low testosterone result in low sperm count.
my weight has increased by 20 kilos can it be the reason behind low testosterone?
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