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Eur Urol. 1977;3(5):292-4.

Combined mesterolon-clomiphene citrate therapy for treatment of oligospermia.


42 subfertile patients with normal levels of plasma testerone (26 subnormal, suffering from oligospermia) have been treated with a combination of clomiphene citrate (50 mg Clomid daily) and mesterolon (50 mg Proviron daily) over a period of at least 3-6 months. The treatment resulted in pregnancy in 6 cases and in a significant improvement of the sperm count in 16. In 7, however, whilst the sperm count improved the qualitative results were unsatisfactory as many sperms were immature. Restricted spermatogenesis and a sperm count below 5 million/ml must be considered unfavourable but does not constitute a counter-indication to the combined therapy. No hazardous complications were observed.

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