Male infertility is known as the condition where a man is unable to achieve pregnancy in a healthy female. It is shown statistically that about 1/3rd of infertility cases are due to male factors. One of most important cause among them is the decreased sperm count. This condition is medically referred to as oligospermia. Another cause is known as Asthenospermia, which is nothing but low mobility of the sperm cells. Any defect in the sperm structure and shape also results in infertility. This is referred to as Teratospermia. As in any diseases, improper lifestyle contributes to infertility. Frequent masturbation, unhealthy sexual relations can also result in this condition. There can also be some genetic, familial or endocrine disorders such as adrenal hyperplasia, Young's syndrome, cystic fibrosis, Klinefelter's syndrome etc.
However, one can comfortably rely on homoeopathy for its treatment. Adopting methods like lower alcohol consumption (<< 30g/day), abstinence from smoking, keeping away from toxic substances etc can also lead to increased sperm count. The homoeopathic remedies are found to rectify almost 90% of the abnormalities in the sperm. Success rate as high as 90% in achieved in the treatment. The biggest plus point is that the sperm count is retained even after the treatment. However, with the use of allopathic drugs, this cannot be achieved. Also, it is very much easier to administer the homoeopathic medicines since they are mostly sweet and small tablets.
Some of the remedial medicines include:
Excluding all these, there are more natural ways also improve this condition. Certain vegetables and fruits produce certain enzymes that accelerate the sperm production.