Male Infertility Ayurvedic Treatment in Ghaziabad Delhi Noida India

What is male infertility?

Producing babies (Reproduction) is a natural phenomenon to start the family of your own. Sometimes, even trying for several times it becomes really difficult to conceive successfully. Infertility is known to occur if conception does not take place even after regular unprotected sex for a period of 12 months, without use of any birth control. Approximately 40% of infertility cases happen due to male factors alone. A man’s fertility depends upon the quantity and quality of sperms he produces. In case they are not up to the standards it becomes difficult, or almost impossible, for him to father a baby biologically. According to scientific study if current trend is maintained it would not be a matter of surprise if 50% of men become infertile in future.

How common is male infertility?

Affecting approximately one out of every five infertile couples male infertility is a widespread disorder around the world. Severe deficiency of sperm count affects more than 25% of males making them infertile or having some kind of fertility problem.

What causes male infertility?

Major cause of infertility in men lies in the factor which interferes with either making or moving of the sperm. Production and transport of sperm both are necessary to fertilize an egg successfully. Most common causes are abnormal or unhealthy sperms having morphological defect, low sperm quality, insufficient production of sperms and blockages in the tube.

Varicocele (accountable for 38% cases), infections in the testicle, chemotherapy, prolonged use of anabolic steroids, genetic disorder and hormonal problems are another abnormal condition affecting fertility of men.

Sometimes, producing sperm is not the problem but is in getting the sperm where they need to reach. Men with this sort of male infertility have normal sperm production. Below are some crucial conditions developing infertility in men.

Sperm production problems
  • Chromosomal or genetic causes
  • Failure of the testes to descend at birth
  • Infections
  • Twisting of the testis in scrotum
  • Prolonged use of medicines and chemicals
  • Radiation damage
Blockage of sperm transport
  • Infections
  • Prostate-related problems
  • Absence of vas deferens
  • Vasectomy
Sexual problems
  • Retrograde and premature ejaculation
  • Failure of ejaculation
  • Erectile dysfunction
  • Infrequent intercourse
  • Damage to nerves
Hormonal problems
  • Pituitary tumours
  • Congenital lack of LH/FSH (pituitary problem from birth)
  • Anabolic steroid abuse

What is the normal sperm count for a healthy male?

Generally, per millilitre of semen consists of 20 to 150 million of sperm count, where at least 60% of sperms must be healthy having normal shape, size and motility. A man is considered to have low sperm count if it ranges below 15 million sperm per millilitre. On average men belonging to age group of 18-35 must have approximately 60-80 millions of sperms in order to stay fertile and reproductive.

What are the symptoms of male infertility?

Mostly, there are no definite symptoms of infertility. All lovemaking activities of getting aroused, maintaining erection, ejaculation and intercourse happen as usual without any extra effort. Even the quantity and external appearance of semen seems to be normal. However, in some cases men tend to experience pain or swelling or firmness in the testicles, lack of sexual desire, weak erections and difficulty in ejaculating.

Today, multiple medical tests are available which can be performed in order to find the quantity and quality of sperms and if a man is sterile.

What treatment options are available for male infertility?

Ayurveda offers permanent treatment solution for male infertility. It provides suitable medication which identifies and resolves the underlying root cause efficiently. According to this holistic science, Shukra Dhatu is responsible for paving obstructions on the way of reproduction, if it does not get enough nutrition as required. Consuming spicy and extra hot food weakens Shukra Dhatu which can introduce impotency. Overindulgence in sexual activities for a long period of time may also eventually lead to infertility.

Ayurveda cures infertility in an utmost natural way. It improves overall sexual health to improve fertility and sperm count. We offer herbal medication and therapies which eradicates the root cause and increases conception rate naturally and without performing any surgery. Ayurvedic treatment developed by combining potent herbs rich vital nutrients, vitamins and minerals improves level of Shukra Dhatu, improves quality and quantity of sperm, stimulates glands to secrete hormones in balance, removes fatigue and stress from over the pelvic muscles, promotes production of healthy sperms and cures sexual disorders (erectile dysfunction and premature ejaculation) to deliver ultimate relief.

Excellent nourishing and nurturing properties of traditional herbs such as ashwagandha, shilajit, safed musli, akarkara, gokshur, kaunch beej, shatavari, talmakhana, jaiphal, kesar etc rejuvenates and restores physical health, increases sexual drive and libido, provides strength to muscles and tissues, improves health of reproductive system and boosts fertility.

However, this ayurvedic treatment is also useful to eliminate infections, correct digestion, remove excessive toxins, reduce anxiety, depression and harmonise hormonal imbalance to enhance fertility rate in men.

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