Asthenozoospermia refers to motility defects in the sperm. When forward progression of sperm is = 50% (Grade a + b) or rapid progression is = 25% (Grade a), such a sample is called asthenozoospermic. Isolated motility problems with normal count and sperm morphology points more in favor of varicocele. However, infections and hormonal problems and raised reactive oxygen species levels also need to be considered for Asthenozoospermia. If the cause is known then treating the underlying condition helps. While the commonest cause of male infertility is a low sperm count (the technical term for this is oligospermia), some men are infertile because of poor sperm motility.
Causes of Asthenospermia (Low Sperm Motility):
►Problems with sperm production such problems can be genetic (for example Klinefelter’s syndrome) or based on a hormonal disorder.
►Testicular injury and disease injuries that affect the testicles may affect sperm production and cause low sperm count.
►Malnutrition and nutrient deficiencies lack of some nutrients (for example Zinc, Selenium, vitamin C, etc.) may also lead to low sperm count
►Overheating – excessive heat from saunas, hot tubs, etc. may decrease sperm production and lower sperm count.
►Smoking – smoking cigarettes may impair male fertility since it is known to reduce sperm count and sperm lifespan.
Symptoms of Asthenospermia (Low Sperm Motility):
A varicocele may have no symptoms, or it may cause pain that can vary from dull discomfort to a sharp pain. Some patients describe the pain as an ache, or a feeling of heaviness. Sometimes the exaggerated vein can be seen or felt by the patient. Painful varicoceles are usually prominent in size. The pain of a varicocele may augment after sitting or standing when pressure has built up in the exaggerated veins. Physical exertion, specially lifting, may cause pain from varicoceles or even grounds them to form.
Treatment of Asthenospermia:
At Imran'z Medical Center, our Infertility treatment protocol offers a highly specialized treatment for Asthenospermia. There are also a variety of dietary supplements, as well as vitamins and raw materials that are thought to help with a low sperm count. Maintaining a high protein, low-fat diet that is rich in vegetables and whole grain may help, as well. The timing of intercourse may impact a low sperm count, as well. Ejaculating less often, for example, is consideration to help with low sperm count.
Imran'z Medical Center Treatment offers specialty Natural Products medicines for the treatment of Asthenospermia (Low Sperm Motility) helping men like you to father a child at the earliest. Our treatment can help as a stand-alone treatment to improve the sperm count, motility and morphology.
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