Azoospermia And How To Increase Male Fertility
Dr. Mital John • onHealth & Beauty 9 years ago • 3 min read

Azoospermia (Male infertility) or erectile dysfunction is a very common problem that affects every1 out of 10 adult Men. Erectile dysfunction is the result of a single, or more generally a combination of multiple factors. At one time impotence was thought to be the result of physiological problems, but we now know that only 10 - 20% of the cases are natural in nature.

Azoospermia (Male infertility) is the complete absence of sperm in the semen and as such means that a man will be totally infertile. The diagnosis of azoospermia is every so often still made even though as many as 500,000 sperm per ml of semen may have been seen because it is very unlikely that the man will be able to father a child naturally with this number of sperm. It’s incredible to realize that millions are needed for any chance of natural conception.

Some of the many causes of male infertility: - Male infertility can be more difficult to deal with emotionally and physically. There are a number of known causes for male infertility. The most common is due to a problem with sperm production in the testes. Low sperm count and/or dysfunction sperm are the usual problems associated with sperm production.

• Diabetes • High blood pressure • Heart • Stress • Hormone problems • Pelvic surgery • Trauma

Male infertility azoospermia treatment can encompass many different things a man must endure in order to be able to impregnate a female. Some of the things a male might have to go during in order to address the problem could include the following:

• Biopsy • Blood tests • Genetic screening • Imaging tests • Magnetic resonance imaging scans • Spermatic venography • Ultrasonography

How to Increase Azoospermia (Male infertility) : -

• Exercise - Moderate exercise can also be a good natural fertility treatment. When combined with a balanced and nutritious diet, exercise can help you to maintain a healthy body weight. Excess body fat can increase the amount of estrogen in your body, throwing the female fertility cycle out of balance. Exercise helps to burn off this excess body fat, allowing hormone levels to return to normal. • Ashwagandha - Ashwagandha grows in the temperate climates. It grows up to a height of 5000 feet in Western India and Himalayan regions. Ashwagandha helps to strength of the muscles, and calm down the system. It is a nerve tonic, enhances sexual stamina. • Stop smoking and drinking - Alcohol and cigarette smoke can lower sperm count and be a factor in male infertility. Like alcohol, smoking also inhibits male fertility. Therefore if you want to improve male fertility naturally, you will have to stop your smoking habit. Nicotine has a negative effect on male sexual function, so kicking the habit can only help your fertility. • Diet - Remember to eat plenty of vitamin rich fruits and vegetables. It is also recommended to eat pumpkin and sunflower seeds. Eat 1/4 cup of sunflower and pumpkin seeds daily for best results. • Boost sperm production and healthy functioning of the male reproductive system with pumpkin seeds. They are naturally rich in both zinc and essential fatty acids, which have been proven to be vital to maintaining a healthy reproductive system

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