Does Low Sperm Volume Mean Low Testosterone?

Does low sperm volume mean low testosterone? No. Low sperm volume does not always mean low testosterone levels. There are many reasons why semen parameters like the total number of sperm per ejaculate, percentage of motile sperm, and morphology could vary from one man to another even though their serum hormone level remains normal. For example, some men who have high sperm counts also have abnormal sperm morphology. This means they do not produce enough mature sperm cells during spermiogenesis. Other men who have lower than average sperm counts but still have normal testosterone levels might have an underlying problem in their reproductive tract. These problems can range from blockage of the vas deferens by scar tissue to infection of the epididymis. If you suspect your fertility issues stem from these types of conditions, then it would make sense to see a specialist at Welling Homeopathy Clinics.

Can Homeopathy Medicines Help In Low Sperm Count?

Yes, Homeopathy can help in low sperm count. Custom-made homeopathy medicines from Welling Homeopathy Clinics are proven to increase sperm count and help in health conceiving.

  • First and the largest Homeopathic infertility Clinic in the world with satisfied patients from 108 countries,
  • The custom-made Homeopathy medicines for low sperm volume has been effective over the last 18 years,
  • The Homeopathy treatment for low sperm volume is non-hormonal and side-effects free,
  • The treatment has a success rate of 65% in the first treatment cycle of 6 months,
  • The treatment has already helped over 7500 men from 108 countries and can help you too.

Call +91 8080 850 950 to book an appointment or consult & order online. Consult our specialists today for a detailed evaluation and to start your customised Homeopathy medicines for the treatment of low sperm count.

How Can I Increase My Semen Parameters?

There are several ways to increase your chances of having more fertile sperm:

1. Eat healthy foods. A diet rich in fruits and vegetables will help improve overall health and boost energy levels. It has been shown that diets containing antioxidants reduce oxidative stress and protect against DNA damage caused by free radicals. Antioxidant supplements should only be taken under medical supervision because excessive intake of antioxidant vitamins can actually deplete vitamin E stores. Vitamin C helps maintain blood flow through the body and supports immune function. Folic acid plays a role in cell division and growth. Zinc aids in protein synthesis and wound healing.

2. Exercise regularly for healthy sperm. Regular exercise improves cardiovascular fitness and reduces inflammation throughout the body. Studies show that regular aerobic activity increases oxygen delivery to all parts of the body including the brain, heart, lungs, muscles, liver, kidneys, pancreas, spleen, bone marrow, skin, eyes, and genitals. Aerobic exercise stimulates endorphins and serotonin. Endorphins promote feelings of well being while serotonin promotes relaxation. Both hormones play important roles in maintaining good sexual functioning. The combination of physical activity and mental stimulation is known to enhance libido. Moderate intensity exercises at least three times weekly or vigorous activities once weekly are recommended.

3. Avoid environmental toxins. Environmental pollutants such as heavy metals, air pollution, cigarette smoke, chemical solvents, industrial chemicals, electromagnetic fields, X rays, and other forms of ionizing radiation can cause infertility. Exposure to any of these substances may lead to genetic mutations which affect sperm production. In addition, exposure to pesticides, herbicides, fungicides, insect repellants, and household cleaning products can disrupt hormonal balance and impair male reproduction.

4. Reduce alcohol consumption. Alcoholic beverages contain ethanol which interferes with the ability of testes to produce adequate amounts of sex steroids. Excessive drinking leads to decreased sperm count and quality. Men who drink heavily tend to experience erectile dysfunction sooner than those who consume moderate amounts of alcoholic drinks. ED affects up to 50% of middle-aged men. Heavy drinkers often complain about premature ejaculation. PE occurs when ejaculatory reflexes become too rapid and uncontrollable resulting in early orgasm before completion of intercourse.

5. Take care of yourself emotionally. Stressful life events have an impact on fertility. For example, stressful relationships, financial problems, job loss, divorce, death of loved ones, illness, injury, and chronic pain can negatively influence reproductive potential. Emotional distress also causes changes in hormone secretion patterns leading to reduced testosterone levels. Lowered testosterone levels result in poor semen quality and low sperm counts.

6. Get enough sleep. Sleep deprivation impairs cognitive functions and decreases immunity. Lack of sleep results in increased cortisol levels which adversely impacts spermatogenesis. Sufficient rest allows the body to repair itself from daily wear and tear.

7. Manage your weight. Obesity has been linked to a number of medical conditions including diabetes mellitus, hypertension, coronary artery disease, stroke, cancer, osteoarthritis, gallbladder disease, asthma, depression, anxiety disorders, and impaired immune function. Obese individuals are more likely to develop prostate enlargement and benign prostatic hyperplasia. These two diseases increase risk of urinary tract infections and bladder stones. UTI’s and bladder stones reduce urine flow through the urethra causing oligospermia. Oligospermia is defined by fewer than 15 million/ml of sperm per ejaculate. This condition is associated with lower pregnancy rates after IVF treatment.

Call +91 8080 850 950 to book an appointment or consult & order online. Consult our specialists today for a detailed evaluation and to start your customised Homeopathy medicines for the treatment of low sperm count.

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