Low sperm count and sluggish motility of spermMy brother in law is having low sperm count and sluggish motility rate of semen. Please suggest the medicines for the same. He is also having problems in having proper erection and having premature ejaculation issues also.
doctordang on 2008-03-19
Please try him PTK-40 ( a production of Schewebe Germenay) 20 drops per dose four times a a day and report after one week with fully semen analysis.
♡ Mahfoozurrehman last decade
Can you please advise the correct name of the medicine PTK-40 ( a production of Schewebe Germenay).
Here at local homeopathy they are unable to identify this.
Request you to give the correct name. What is the expansion of PTK???.
prakash12 last decade
this medicine is not available in India. If you have some different name then do let me know or any alternative.
doctordang last decade
♡ akshaymohl last decade
If you are using above mentioned remedy, please share your reports with us because your reports can provide a guide line for new patients and those who are still trying to find out good remedy.
ali haider last decade
Liquefaction. The semen liquefied fully within 60minutes.
Viscosity: Non viscous
Direct microscopy: Spermatozoa 15-20/hpf seen.
leucocytes 1-2/hpf seen
Motility: only 2% have rapid and progressive motility with majority immotile.
Sperm Count: 2.1 million per ml
Morphology: The majority(80%) appears abnormal with;
-Tapered ,distorted and tiny heads
-Tiny and coiled necks.
chriso last decade
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