The treatment for non-obstructive Azoospermia is possible with our holistic treatment that includes Homeopathy medicines for azoospermia, specific nutritional supplements like vitamins and minerals, that’s customised to your body needs and some basic exercises that are proven to work and boost the sperm count once our Homeopathy medicines start the production.
- 1 Sperm production
- 1.1 How can I increase my sperm count in azoospermia?
- 1.2 Can you develop Azoospermia?
- 1.3 What happens if a man has no sperm?
- 1.4 What causes no sperm production?
- 1.5 Can azoospermia be cured?
- 1.6 Is azoospermia permanent?
- 1.7 How common is azoospermia?
- 1.8 Can I get pregnant if my husband has azoospermia?
- 2 Non-Obstructive Azoospermia
- 3 Semen analysis
- 3.1 How can I increase my sperm count in azoospermia?
- 3.2 Can zero sperm count be cured?
- 3.3 Can homoeopathy cure azoospermia?
- 3.4 What causes a man to have no sperm?
- 3.5 Is azoospermia permanent?
- 3.6 What are 4 causes of male infertility?
- 3.7 Can azoospermia be cured naturally?
- 3.8 What happens if a man releases sperm daily?
- 3.9 Non-obstructive Azoospermia Causes?
- 3.10 Treatments for Non-obstructive Azoospermia
- 3.11 Can blockages that cause obstructive azoospermia be treated?
- 3.12 What is normal sperm count?
- 3.13 Does azoospermia mean that my testicles are not making sperm?
- 3.14 Can medications affect sperm production?
- 3.15 Do abnormal sperms lead to children with birth defects?
- 3.16 A semen analysis says I have azoospermia. What should I do next?
- 3.17 Treatment for Non-Obstructive Azoospermia
How can I increase my sperm count in azoospermia?
You need a customised approach to your problem, as the cause of azoospermia in you can be different than other people. A holistic treatment, including Homeopathy medicines, nutritional supplements and yoga can help you increase your sperm count.
Can you develop Azoospermia?
Yeah, there are various cause you can develop azoospermia and usually, 1-2% of infertile men have zero sperm count. Common causes can be injury, cancer and cancer treatment, post some illness like tuberculosis and more. But many can be without any specific cause.
What happens if a man has no sperm?
Symptoms wise there are no symptoms. So you can never know you have zero sperm count. When your wife face difficult conceiving naturally and some tests are done, usually you will get to know the diagnosis.
What causes no sperm production?
Replacement or supplemental testosterone can affect sperm production. Testosterone therapy blocks the hormonal signals that tell the testicles to make testosterone and sperm. This can lead to very low sperm production or a complete absence of sperm from the ejaculate.
Non-obstructive azoospermia may be caused by: a genetic or chromosomal anomaly, damage to the testes from radiation, chemotherapy, or other toxin exposure, hormonal imbalances.
Can azoospermia be cured?
Yeah, natural medicine like Homeopathy can help you get healthy sperms enough to help your wife conceive naturally. Visit a speciality clinic like Welling Homeopathy for an evaluation.
Is azoospermia permanent?
No, not at all and we have helped more than 65% men to get healthy sperms in the last 10 years, who approached us.
How common is azoospermia?
Around 10% of men globally face difficulty conceiving naturally and from them, around 1% are having no sperm count, that’s azoospermia.
Can I get pregnant if my husband has azoospermia?
Yeah sure, you can get pregnant naturally, if you and your husband start treatment early one and we have enough time to help him get healthy sperms.
What is Non-Obstructive Azoospermia?
Non-obstructive azoospermia is a set of disorders that cause a man to produce abnormal sperm. All of these disorders either decrease production or cause no sperm production at all.
Non-obstructive azoospermia results from severe deficits in spermatogenesis that most commonly result from primary testicular dysfunction, but that may also result from impairment of the hypothalamus or pituitary gland.
Is there any treatment for non-obstructive azoospermia?
Yes, completely natural treatment is possible. Though usually, donor sperms are suggested for treatment for azoospermia patients, we suggest all natural Homeopathy treatment below opting for donor sperms.
Can you reverse azoospermia?
We have been able to help around 65% who approach for treatment. So we don’t maintain a blanket statement that we can help all men, but yes, our treatment has helped a lot of men to father a child naturally.
Can azoospermia be cured naturally?
Yes, Homeopathy is the only treatment you may need. Tried and tested Homeopathy treatment from Welling Speciality Clinics can help you get healthy sperms.
How do you recover from azoospermia?
You would need a holistic treatment, including Homeopathy medicines, nutritional advice and supplements, together all can help you get healthy sperms.
What causes non-obstructive azoospermia?
Non-obstructive azoospermia can be subdivided into pre-testicular and testicular causes.
Pretesticular Non-Obstructive Azoospermia: All pre-testicular conditions disrupt the hormones a man needs for normal sperm creation. If a man has any of these conditions, this means he can’t produce healthy, normal sperm.
Causes of pre-testicular non-obstructive azoospermia include:
- Hypogonadotropic hypogonadism—This is a problem with the pituitary gland where it doesn’t make the hormones needed to create sperm or testosterone.
- Use of certain medications.
- Elevated estradiol.
- Kallman’s syndrome.
- Certain rare types of pituitary tumors.
These conditions can usually be treated through medications you take by mouth or by injection.
Testicular Non-Obstructive Azoospermia: If you have testicular non-obstructive azoospermia, this means that something is preventing your testes from creating normal sperm. Many things can cause testicular non-obstructive azoospermia.
These conditions make up most non-obstructive azoospermia cases:
- Varicoceles, or varicose veins in the scrotum, which disrupt sperm production in the testicle (but rarely lead to azoospermia).
- Bilateral undescended testicles or cryptorchidism.
- Testicular cancer.
- Gonadotoxins, such as radiation, chemotherapy, and some industrial chemicals that are toxic to the testes or gonads.
- Immunologic causes, such as post-pubertal mumps orchitis (when a man who has already gone through puberty develops a mumps infection inside his testicle(s)).
- Sertoli-cell only syndrome (when the testis doesn’t have any sperm cells).
- Incomplete development, where all of a man’s sperm can only reach a certain, incomplete stage of development.
- Genetic syndromes, such as Klinefelters (this is when a man has an extra X chromosome, so they have XXY instead of XY).Can a sperm blockage be fixed?
It depends on the level of blockage and past disease history. But usually, it can be difficult and I would suggest seeing our specialist for a detailed evaluation.
How can I increase my sperm count in azoospermia?
Follow guidelines as suggested by your specialist at Welling speciality clinics. Take vitamins C, D and Zinc tablets as suggested to you, in proportion suggested to you. Follow some basic exercise or yoga and you should be able to father a child at the earliest.
Can zero sperm count be cured?
Yeah, it can be cured with right Homeopathy treatment.
Can homoeopathy cure azoospermia?
Yeah, surely, We have been practising for the last 10 years and helped more than 8750 men to father a child. Our speciality clinics cater to men from over 108 countries.
What causes a man to have no sperm?
There are many probable causes, including some genetic illnesses such as Klinefelter’s syndrome, medical treatments such as chemotherapy or radiation, recreational drugs such as some narcotics, and anatomical abnormalities such as varicoceles or absence of the vas deferens on each side. But most commonly, azoospermia is likely due to reasons we don’t fully understand, such as genetic conditions, poor testicular formation as a child or environmental pollutants.
Is azoospermia permanent?
No, surely that need not be the case. We have helped more close to 9000 men in the last 10 years to parent their own child without the need for donor sperms.
What are 4 causes of male infertility?
The zero count causes can be divided into 4 main causes.
- You must produce healthy sperm. Initially, this involves the growth and formation of the male reproductive organs during puberty. At least one of your testicles must be functioning correctly, and your body must produce testosterone and other hormones to trigger and maintain sperm production.
- Sperm have to be carried into the semen. Once sperm are produced in the testicles, delicate tubes transport them until they mix with semen and are ejaculated out of the penis.
- There needs to be enough sperm in the semen. If the number of sperm in your semen (sperm count) is low, it decreases the odds that one of your sperm will fertilize your partner’s egg. A low sperm count is fewer than 15 million sperm per millilitre of semen or fewer than 39 million per ejaculate.
- Sperm must be functional and able to move. If the movement (motility) or function of your sperm is abnormal, the sperm may not be able to reach or penetrate your partner’s egg.
Can azoospermia be cured naturally?
Yeah, azoospermia can be cured naturally with right Homeopathy medicine that has been prescribed for you after a detailed assessment by our specialists.
What happens if a man releases sperm daily?
Many believe that masturbating daily can lead to blindness, hairy palms, health hazards, erectile dysfunction, penis shrinkage, and change in penis curvature. People also think that due to excessive masturbation, the amount of semen decreases. The biggest myth surrounding masturbation is that it leads to infertility. It is also said that men need to masturbate, but women don’t. It’s unhealthy to masturbate during menstruation is also a claim which is of course untrue.
Non-obstructive Azoospermia Causes?
About 1% of all men and 10% to 15% of infertile men have azoospermia.
There are two main types of azoospermia:
This type of azoospermia means that there is a blockage or missing connection in the epididymis, vas deferens, or elsewhere along your reproductive tract. You are producing sperm but it’s getting blocked from exit so there’s no measurable amount of sperm in your semen.
This type of azoospermia means you have poor or no sperm production due to defects in the structure or function of the testicles or other causes.
Treatments for Non-obstructive Azoospermia
Homeopathy Treatment with customised Homeopathy medicines, some vitamins and minerals to boost sperm levels faster once production starts with Homeopathy medicines.
Can blockages that cause obstructive azoospermia be treated?
Depending on the location and nature of the obstruction, our Homeopathy treatment has been able to help only 8-10% of men who approached us with obstructive azoospermia.
In obstructive azoospermia, a man’s testes produce enough sperm, but there is a plumbing problem that prevents the sperm from traveling out of the testes and entering the ejaculate in the urethra/penis.
Vasectomy Reversal: Most men who’ve had a vasectomy in the past can still conceive by having a vasectomy reversal (vasovasostomy or vaso-epididymostomy).
TESE is a procedure in which testicular tissue with sperm is extracted either with a small incision or a needle. The sperm that is removed can be used for in vitro fertilization (IVF).
Transurethral Resection of the Ejaculatory Ducts (TURED):
Men who have ejaculatory duct obstruction can have a TURED, a small surgical procedure performed with a camera to remove this blockage and help sperm flow to the natural channels.
Circumcision : Men who have a narrow foreskin (phimosis) that prevents the ejaculate from coming out of the penis can have a circumcision to remove the foreskin.
What is normal sperm count?
Men with no sperm in their semen have a condition called azoospermia. The average man has 100–300 million sperm in his semen, but if there is no sperm, it can be difficult for couples to get pregnant.
Does azoospermia mean that my testicles are not making sperm?
Not necessarily. It may be a very low sperm count that is very difficult to calculate or some times you make sperms they are not able to reach out due to various reason. Some of these causes can be treated with our homeopathy treatment for azoospermia.
In light of the harmful effects of oxidants on sperm function, should all infertile men take the antioxidant vitamin E?
No all men. There are some men who need Vitamin E. More than that we have seen better effects with Vitamin C and D.
Can medications affect sperm production?
The use of steroids, antibiotics, alcohol, smoking and illegal drug use can trigger nonobstructive azoospermia. Exposure to environmental factors such as pesticides, heavy metals and extreme heat also boost the risk for developing the condition. A genetic predisposition or family history can be a factor in both obstructive and nonobstructive azoospermia.
Do abnormal sperms lead to children with birth defects?
No, that’s no possible at all. Abnormal sperms cannot lead to defects in children. It causes difficulty in conception and your partner may never conceive if defects are to a large extend.
A semen analysis says I have azoospermia. What should I do next?
You should see our Homeopathic specialist or if you cannot visit our clinic, you should consult online and get your assessment done to know if you can still conceive naturally. Don’t listen or read about azoospermia, as it will give you negative thoughts and despair. We have helped more than 65% of men who consulted us early, with our treatment process to father a child naturally.
Statistics of Azoospermia
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- Up to 40 percent of men see sperm return to their semen with this treatment.
- Overall, genetic conditions that affect the Y chromosome may cause between 10 and 15 percent of cases of no or low sperm count.
- This obstructive type is present in about 40 percent of azoospermia cases.
- Around 10 percent of infertile men and 1 percent of all men have azoospermia.
- Studies have found significant medical conditions (including cancer) in up to 6 percent of infertile men who were thought to be healthy, and the risk seems to correlate with semen and hormonal abnormalities.
- Retrograde ejaculation, when semen goes into your bladder instead of out of your penis during an orgasm, can also show as azoospermia.
- About 40% of men with azoospermia have the post-testicular type.
Treatment for Non-Obstructive Azoospermia
Meet our Homeopathic specialists or consult online to order your medicines today. The earlier you start your treatment, there are higher the chances you can father a child naturally. Get started with your treatment for non-obstructive Azoospermia.