Dear Dr Miller, myself and my wife we were trying to have baby since last 3 yrs but no success. Last month i went to doctor and had my FSH,LH,T and SA tests done. FSH – uIU/ml, LH – uIU/ml, T – ng/ml. Sperm count was M/ml. Doctor told me that LH and T are normal where as FSH is high. He suggested me to take clomid 25mg daily to increase my sperm production . After 1 month , i had done my SA tests again . i expected sperm count to increase but instead i found out that my sperm count has actually decreased to M/ml. Pls help me doctor
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The side effects of Dianabol vary greatly depending on your individual tolerance, your dosage, and your stack choices. For the most part, though, healthy and fit men tend to tolerate Dbol quite well. The two most common Dianabol side effects for men come from its high estrogen conversion rate. Almost all users experience some bloating and discomfort, and some men develop gynecomastia, or female breast tissue. To avoid these, be certain to incorporate an aromatase inhibitor into your Dianabol cycle. What’s more, bloating increases blood pressure due to the extra fluid in the body. To combat this, you can find many diuretics over the counter.