for infertile males associated with asymptomatic pyospermia
Tetsuya Arai, Shin Horiuchi, Kenichiro Yoshida
Department of Urology, Dokkyo University School of Medicine
Material and Methods
17 male infertility patients associated with nonbacterial asymptomatic pyospermia were treated with 6 tablets daily over 12 weeks, then sperm density, progressively motile sperm ratio, sperm motility and PMN-elastase activity in semen were measured.
In all patients, progressively motile sperm ratio, sperm motility and PMN-elastase activity in seminal fluid were improved.
Administration is seemed to be effective in the treatment of infertile males associated with nonbacterial asymptomatic pyospermia.