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Male Infertility


Infertility refers to the condition when a couple is unable to conceive despite having frequent, unprotected sexual intercourse for a year or longer. When the inability is on the part of the male to cause pregnancy in a fertile female, it is known as Male Infertility. Almost 40-50% of all human infertility cases involve Male Infertility. This usually results from various deficiencies in the semen, like low sperm production, abnormal sperm function or blockages that prevent the delivery of sperm. Psychological reasons include stress, strain and performance anxiety, illnesses, injuries, chronic health problems, lifestyle choices and other factors also play a role in causing Male Infertility. Though men continue to produce sperm throughout their life but the motility and the morphology of their sperm begin to decline with age. This greatly reduces the likelihood of fertilisation of an egg. 
Male Infertility is broadly classified into Primary and Secondary. Causes of Primary Male Infertility can be – Pre-testicular, Testicular and Post-testicular. Secondary Male Infertility refers to a situation where couples are unable to conceive despite having children in the past. This may have both physiological and psychological reasons. 
Treatment for Male Infertility should focus on overall health of the individual as well as his reproductive cells. Effective solution has been achieved through Fundamentals of Ayurveda, Unani and Therapeutic Yoga which is completely safe and natural. Naturovedic treatment successfully employs the unique combination of these three systems to improve the quality and quantity of sperms. This treatment is very effective in optimal secretion of all necessary hormones and maintaining homeostatic condition of the body to produce healthy sperm without any adverse effect.


Foods to have

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