Male Infertility

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What is male infertility?

Male infertility is explained as an inability to enjoy parenthood, which does not only experience by males but also common in females. Well, here we are going to give you knowledge about male infertility only. Male infertility is determined with several factors such as low sperm count, poor sperm motility, and poor quality sperm cells.

In order to get male infertility treatment, you need to visit us once because our doctors give you the best infertility treatment but first they examine your condition. Well, you may not be aware of it that we are well-known for ayurvedic infertility treatment, which is valuable to treat your condition from roots.

Is it common?

Yes, some studies reveal that infertility is not an uncommon condition, millions of people are suffering from infertility these days. Actually, they have also shown almost 8 eighth couples from 10 are suffering from infertility. And as we depict earlier, this is not only faced by women but men also faced infertility.


The main symptom of male infertility is the inability to be a father, but if you want to know more about symptoms, then you just meet our doctors once. He can tell you each and everything only after examining your condition. After examining you, they may recommend you infertility treatment medicine in order to treat your condition.

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Causes of male infertility

The foremost reason behind infertility is low sperm count and poor sperm motility. There are several other causes such as environmental factors, medical conditions, problems in testicles, consumption of drugs, and other lifestyle habits. Some other causes of male infertility are-:

  • Sexual problems
  • Sperm production problems
  • Hormonal problems
  • Blockage of sperm transport
  • Sperm antibodies

Two messengers LH/FSH hormones act on testes

These both the hormones are most important for male fertility. LH stands for Luteinizing Hormone and FSH stands for follicle stimulating hormone these are useful for maturing of sperm cells. In addition to this, LH is useful to stimulate Testosterone hormone whereas FSH is valuable to stimulate the growth of testicles and increase the production of an androgen-binding protein.