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Pathologies associated with Oligospermia: Natural treatment

Oligospermia is a cause of male infertility which is defined as the low number of sperm in a man's ejaculated semen.

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), a man suffers from oligozoospermia when his sperm concentration is less than  15 million sperm per milliliter .

There are certain diseases that cause this reduction in the number of sperm. Therefore, oligozoospermia usually appears in men along with other diseases which we will discuss in this article. However, we have a natural plant-based treatment to permanently cure Oligospermia. Click on the image below to discover this natural treatment . 

Natural treatment against Oligospermia

Varicocele

The  testicular varicocele  consists in  dilation of the veins  that are part of the spermatic cord and, consequently, an alteration has occurred in the bloodstream of the testes.

Usually, varicocele is usually unilateral, that is, it affects only one testicle. However, 10% of those affected have bilateral varicocele, which worsens the state of infertility.

The varicocele affects sperm formation, also called spermatogenesis, because it causes a rise in testicular temperature. On the other hand, it is also possible that varicocele influences the hormonal regulation system of spermatogenesis by lowering the testosterone level.

The consequence of all this is the formation of a low number of sperm, which at the same time can also have affected mobility or morphology, which leads to a case of oligoastenoteratozoospermia due to varicocele .

OLIGOSPERMIA AND VARICOCOELE

Image: Varicocele oligospermia

Oligospermia due to varicocele may be reversible with appropriate treatment. The most effective, especially in cases of varicocele and severe oligospermia, is herbal treatment. If you want to get more information on this, you can read the following article:  What is testicular varicocele? - Causes and  natural treatments

Cryptorchidism

The  cryptorchidism  is a birth defect in children at birth due to the  non-descent  of one or both testicles in the scrotum.

The consequences are fatal for fertility because of the increase in temperature in the  undescended testes , which affects spermatogenesis.

Cryptorchidism is unilateral in 80% of cases, affecting the left testicle most of the time. Bilateral cryptorchidism is less common.

To ensure that children with cryptorchidism do not have infertility problems in the future, treatment should be given  before the age of 2 years  if the testes have not descended on their own. Treatment consists of surgery to make the testicles descend.

OLIGOSPERMIA AND CRYPTORCHIDISM

Image: Cryptorchidism oligospermia

If you want to know more about this, we invite you to consult the following post:  Cryptorchidism .

Hydrocele

The hydrocele testis  is an  accumulation of fluid  around the testicle, exactly between the scrotal pouch and the tunica vaginalis, which causes swelling in a testicle ( hydrocele  unilateral) or both testicles (hydrocele bilateral).

Hydrocele can be congenital or acquired as a result of trauma, infection, or cancer, with a higher incidence in men over the age of 40.

It is not a direct cause of infertility, but can be associated in about 10% of cases. In the case of oligospermia, this appears as a consequence of hydrocele due to partial obstruction of the vas deferens , responsible for the transport of sperm to the exterior. Therefore, the number of sperm in the ejaculate is reduced by the inability to transport.

OLIGOSPERMIA AND TESTICULAR HYDROCELE

Image: Hidrocele oligospermia

If you would like more information about this, you can access the following article:  OW CARE NATURALLY testicular hydrocele.

Hypogonadism

Hypogonadism is an alteration in hormonal secretion by the sexual gonads. In the case of men, their testes are not able to produce enough sex hormones like testosterone, which affects sperm production and causes oligospermia.

Depending on the cause of hypogonadism, the following two types are distinguished:

Hypogonadotropia or primary hypogonadism
the testes do not function properly due to a lack of maturation or the absence of testicular stem cells. The most common genetic disorder of this type of hypogonadism is Klinefelter syndrome.
Hypogonadotropia or secondary hypogonadism
there is a deficiency of the hormone GnRH secreted by the hypothalamus in the brain. GnRH is the hormone releasing gonadotropin, that is to say, its function is to stimulate the pituitary gland to secrete the hormones FSH and LH which are involved in the formation of sperm.

Depending on the specific cause of hypogonadism, it will be possible to apply hormone therapy to restore the functionality of the testicle and increase the amount of sperm.

Oligoastenoteratozoospermia

Oligospermia can often occur along with other seminal changes in semen. In addition to focus, men with infertility issues may also have issues with mobility and  sperm morphology , leading to the following diagnoses:

Oligostenozoospermia

The asthénozoospermie  is another sperm abnormality characterized by a  poor quality of the movement  of sperm.

For a natural pregnancy to occur, sperm must be able to move quickly and gradually after ejaculation to pass through the female reproductive system and reach the fallopian tubes, where the egg is located.

Men with both seminal changes, i.e. oligoastenospermia , have lower reproductive potential.

Image: oligoastenozoospermia

Oligoteratospermia

The seminal quality of men can be affected by more than one parameter. For example, oligospermia can be associated with  altered  sperm morphology , known as teratozoospermia.

Sperm abnormalities make normal fertilization difficult and are also linked to a poor prognosis of embryonic development.

Therefore, men with oligoteratozoospermia who want to be parents will have to undergo natural treatment from the experts of Herbal Medicine from Africa (My Plants). Click on the image below to see the treatment

Image: Oligoteratozoospermia

 

 

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