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Questuon asked for the causes , diet and treatment for Oligoasthenozoospermia

Hi,

Doctor told me that i m suffering from OLIGOASTHENOZOOSPERMIA.

MY test report is as under:

volume= 2.5 ml

semen appearance = Dirty whitish

Viscosity= Thin

Total sperm count= 55 million

MOTILITY AFTER 15 mints:

1. Fully Motile= 45%

2. Slightly Motile= 20%

3. Non motile= 35 %

Pus Cells 4-6/HPF

Sperm Morphology: Abnormal Head and Tail

Please advise me suitable medicine and diet 

I preferably want to treat my this problem with diet so please guide me in detail in this regard. 

Thanks.

 


In: Fertility & Infertility, Posted 4 years ago

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Answer #1

Hello And Greetings From Ayurvedic Cure

The volume of semen may be less in many conditions. Oligospermia is the condition on which semen quantity decreases. The low volume of semen is oligospemia. These may be temporary or permanent. Generally hormonal imbalance or infections are the main reasons. Sometimes even over masturbation or over sex can result in oligospermia. This problem and many other semen related problems can be cured easily with herbal medicines.

Just take kapikachhu capsules http://www.ayurvediccure.com/asparagus.htm and Asparagus capsules http://www.ayurvediccure.com/asparagus.htm twice a day after meal with milk for minimum period of three months and then again check you semen test.

Zinc is vital for viable sperm count, motility and a high percentage of live sperm in the semen. Zinc is present in semen and therefore men can lose excessive quantities of zinc through ejaculation – therefore it is critical that zinc is replaced through the diet daily. Foods rich in zinc such as lambs, turkeys, barleys, wheat, oysters, beans, nuts, red meats, raw sunflower and pumpkin seeds are considered to be the super-foods that can help to increase the sperm count in men.

Vitamins C, E and especially B12 possess antioxidant properties and are thought to increase sperm production.  Also simply avoiding frequent dehydration by drinking more than 8 glasses of water a day is sufficient to flush out the body toxins and can help in increase sperm count.

Further queries are always welcome.

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