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Treatment Of Male Infertility

The treatment of male infertility is varied and may be in conjunction with the womens treatment of ASCUS conscerning the cervix. A chance of achieving a successful pregnancy depends strongly on the quality of cells produced (shape, motility, count, etc) in men. For a successful pregnancy, semen should contain over 20 million sperm per one millilitre. The volume of semen should be about 1,5 to 5 ml and the motility should be about 50%. The treatment of male infertility is varied and may be in conjunction with the womens treatment of ASCUS conscerning the cervix.

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Treatment Of Male Infertility

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ASCUS, Cervix

As a rule, both partners have a medical examination with the medical history carefully checked. Men usually have to give a semen sample to be evaluated in a lab. If sperm appears to be of low quality, a variety of means are offered to treat the condition. The treatment of male infertility is varied and may be in conjunction with the womens treatment of ASCUS conscerning the cervix.

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Dr. Joe Glickman, Jr., M.D.

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