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Clomid for Men554 Views
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The fertility shot is an often effective option for those having trouble conceiving. Learn about the procedure and the risks involved in the fertility shot in this video.
Description: Men with low sperm count are often advised to take Clomid to increase the production of testosterone. Find out more in this video on Clomid for men.
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Clomiphene can also help men who have a low sperm count or who have poor sperm quality. When a man takes Clomid, it encourages his pituitary gland to make lutenizing hormone, which tells the testicles to produce more testosterone, and possibly more sperm. Men take clomiphene in cycles that last from three to six months. Clomiphene is less expensive and invasive than other fertility treatments, and can be a good first line of defense against infertility.