When you are ready to build a family, your level of tolerance drops exponentially. When you want a baby, you want him or her, NOW, not even after 40 weeks of pregnancy. But that does not happen. Sadly, for some unfortunate couples, even conceiving does not happen instantaneously. Infertility is a very real issue in today’s ever-changing and extremely demanding global lifestyle.
Whenever we hear the word ‘infertile’, we readily associate it with a defect in the female reproductive system. But, the case is always not so. A man can be infertile too. In fact, nearly half of what causes infertility are issues of a man’s reproductive health.
To understand that first we need to understand how the male reproductive system works.
How does the male reproductive system work?
Men germ cells (reproductive cells) are called sperm. Sperms are formed through a process called spermatogenesis. This process occurs in the testes. The entire process of spermatogenesis takes nearly 74 days. Sperms travel from testes to vas deferens and then to prostate gland and then they go to the ureter. Inclusive of transport in the ductal system occupies 3 months. These sperms do not have the capacity of fertilising an egg until it matures in the female cervix. Only after its maturation in female cervix, do these sperms become capable of fertilising an egg.
The hormones which help in the smooth functioning the male reproductive system are Follicle Stimulating Hormone (FSH), Luteinizing Hormone (LH) and testosterone.
Dysfunction in the male reproductive system:
Now that you understand how the male reproductive system works, you can very well understand that if any of the organs or the processes malfunction, it can have an impact at the final outcome. Sexual or reproductive faults in male can be of the following types:
- Disorder of spermatogenesis
- Ductal blockage
- Disorder of sperm mobility
- Seminal dysfunction
While these four are the most common faults in infertile males, you will not necessarily fall under one of these types. It is not uncommon that in certain cases, the reason for infertility in men cannot be easily explained. However, more often than not, the causes of infertility are loud.
Causes of Infertility in Men
- Genetic disorders
- Hormonal imbalance
- Duct obstruction
- Prostatitis (inflammation of the prostate gland)
- Sexual dysfunction
- Smoking, consumption of alcohol and tobacco
- Steroids and drug abuse
- Other chronic Illness
A Few Terms From The ‘ Male Infertility Dictionary’:
- Aspermia – no semen
- Azoospermia – no sperm in the semen
- Oligospermia – low sperm count
- Asthenospermia – no motile sperm
- Necrospermia – dead sperms
- Teratospermia – abnormal morphology of sperms
Homeopathic Treatment for Male Infertility:
When it comes to having a child of your own, you don’t want to gamble. You want to take a treatment which gives you the best results with no side-effects. Homeopathy offers treatment options with all-natural ingredients. The medicines are made of extracts of plant, animals and minerals. It does not just fix your infertility; rather, the holistic approach of homeopathy increases your vitality developing the quality of your sperm cells.
Traditional homeopathic remedies for infertility in men also allow the doctor to customise and adjust the for medicines so as to meet the unique requirements of each man.
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