Male Infertility Treatment
Male infertility & Impotency
Ayurveda has equal importance for the treatment of Male impotency or infertility. Under the Vajikaran Chikitsa (Science of Rejuvenation & Aphrodisiacs) treatment of Ayurveda Deals male impotency, Low libido, erectile dysfunction and Male infertility.
Male Infertility Causes are
- Insufficient Quantity of Sperm Count or low sperm count or total absence of sperm
- less mobility of sperms
- Poor quality of sperm
- Poor Morphology of sperm
- pH level
- Fructose level
- Semen comes out from vagina after intercourse
- Semen with pus cells and Blood cells
- Irregular Liquefaction time for semen
- Untimely Ejaculation
- blockage in the Vas deferent
In Male under the Semen Analysis Test
There are some parameters measured in a semen analysis are:
1- Sperm count
- According to W.H.O. average sperm count is between 20 and 40 million per millilitre.
- Decreased by 1-2% per year from a substantially higher number decades ago
- Aspermia: absence of semen
- Azoospermia: absence of sperm
- Hypospermia: low semen volume
- Oligozoospermia: low sperm count
- Asthenozoospermia: poor sperm motility
- Teratozoospermia: sperm carry more morphological defects than usual
If more than 60% of those observed sperm cells show good forward movement.
A more specified measure is motility grade, where the motility of sperm is divided into four different Grades:-
Grade a: Sperm with progressive motility. These are the strongest and swim fast in a straight line. Sometimes it is also denoted motility I.
Grade b: (non-linear motility): These also move forward but tend to travel in a curved or crooked motion. Sometimes also denoted motility II.
Grade c: These have non-progressive motility because they do not move forward despite the fact that they move their tails. Sometimes also denoted motility III.
Grade d: These are immotile and fail to move at all. Sometimes also denoted motility IV.
If 4% (or 5th centile) or more of the observed sperm have normal morphology is a predictor of success in fertilizing the Ova.
- WHO reference Semen volumes between 1.0 ML to 6.5 ML are normal.
- In clinical practice, a volume of less than 2 mL in the setting of infertility and absent sperm should prompt an evaluation for obstructive azoospermia.
- WHO specifies a normal level of 13 μmol per sample?
- Absence of fructose may indicate a problem with the seminal vesicles.
- A normal pH range of 7.1-8.0
- WHO criteria specify normal as 7.2-7.8.
- Acidic ejaculate (lower pH value) may indicate one or both of the seminal vesicles are blocked.
- A basic ejaculate (higher pH value) may indicate an infection.
- The liquefaction is the process when the gel formed by proteins from the seminal vesicles is broken up and the semen becomes more liquid.
- It normally takes less than 20 minutes for the sample to change from a thick gel into a liquid.
- An abnormally long liquefaction (more than 30 minutes at 37 °C) time may indicate an infection.
Infertility in males and females are treated separately. In men, these include environmental and hormonal factors that affect the production of healthy, motile sperm and normal semen, as well as blockages that affect the delivery of sperm.
Ayurvedic Treatment of Infertility at Ayurveda Yoga Wellness Clinic Melbourne:
Ayurveda Yoga wellness Clinic offers a very effective treatment which is base on the authentic classical Ayurveda text. The treatment comprises of Detoxification, Rejuvenation, Administration of Rasyana and Vajikaran Drava (Virtlificatory recipes or Aphrodisiacs) internally, apart of Panchkarma therapy, yoga, Pranayama and meditations that helps in the conceptions and healthy Baby. Our Ayurveda medicines are completely free from any kind of harmful side effects.
Dr Santosh Yadav is an Ayurveda specialist and the pioneer in Ayurveda medicine. He has more than 10 years’ experience in this field. He has treated thousands of patients in India and Australia
If you suffer from Infertility call us on (03) 9794 8546