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Azoospermic patient

I am just passed out homeopath, i have a male patient with azoospermia
married since 14yrs
he is fair, wt 70kg, adiposity on abdomen,
family history not significant
other problem is ED or PE (Act last for 1-2min)
physical examination small testes, sparse secondary hairs
no pallor
how to manage this case, pls help
  Firdousi on 2014-04-03
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Did you take his full case?

Did you find out his homeopathic constitution?

Since the testes are small, it may be a case of testicular azoospermia...and this condition is considered incurable in medical science.
[message edited by rishimba on Thu, 03 Apr 2014 08:07:29 BST]
rishimba 7 years ago
Sir Can u please tell me what more questions can i ask
i advised him FSH, LH, TESTOSTERON level and ultrasound
he wil visit today, what more should i ask, pls help
Firdousi 7 years ago
Take his full homeopathic case. I guess being a BHMS, you know very well what all questions to be asked. If you can find his constitution based on his mentals, generals, any other symptoms and his medical history, this will be the most logical step in starting your treatment. Added to homeopathy, he could take zinc supplements to facilitate sperm health.

You can proceed once you see a change in his sperm count after a few weeks of the dose.
rishimba 7 years ago

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