Down for the (Sperm) Count – Is There Hope for Infertility?

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By Chris Scalise Conditions: Men's Male Infertility Symptoms: low sperm count Age: 18 - 35

His dream was to conceive a child, but his low sperm count was holding him back. Learn the causes, and find out some of the most practical solutions.

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I’ve been married for a few months now. I’m happy. And after enjoying our honeymoon and the first months of our marriage, I am ready for children. But after speaking with my doctor, I may not be able to because of my low sperm count. Now I am fearful that I will be unable to have the ultimate gift: kids. What can I do to improve my ability to produce more semen to give my wife and I the ultimate gift.


There is nothing more beautiful and rewarding than parenthood: The late night diaper changes, the supermarket temper tantrums, the fact that your 15-year-old daughter has decided to date a guy who has more piercings than IQ points...okay, so there are some challenges involved, but any parent will tell you that they wouldn't trade it for the world. So believe me when I say that I understand your frustration. We need to get your sperm count back on track.
As a society, we have been plagued by a great mystery over the past 2 decades or so. Sperm counts are dropping at an alarming rate. Doctors and scientists are at a loss to definitively pinpoint the cause of the bizarre decline that's impacting millions of men, but as with most medical controversies, it seems as if there are numerous factors in play: the hormones in common pesticides, meat and dairy consumption, and even our own water. Unfortunately it can be difficult to dodge these toxins from day to day, but there may also be some lifestyle factors in play.
Are you Diminishing Your Own Sperm Count?
Research has shown that certain behaviors and attributes can lead to low sperm count and even impotence. For example, frequent masturbation can lead to sexual exhaustion, which inhibits the hormones necessary for sperm production. Heavy emotional stress can also interfere with key hormones, and dangerous habits like drug use, smoking and even poor diet can play a role.
So first and foremost, you need to perform an honest lifestyle assessment and cut out any unhealthy habits that may be hindering your sperm production. Let's put it this way: If it's bad for your body, it's probably bad for your reproductive system.
Herbal Solutions for Low Sperm Count
Now I also realize that the problem of low sperm count is far more complicated than emotional stress and tight underwear, and sometimes it can be exceedingly difficult to get the problem under control, even if you opt to maximize your health in every possible way.
Fortunately, scientists and medical professionals have uncovered strong fertility properties in a number of herbs, including Mucuna Pruniens, Avena Sativa, Catuaba, Maca, and Saw Palmetto. Try taking an herbal remedy with these ingredients, while also caring for your overall health and well-being. (TRY: Herbal Formula for Increased Semen Volume & Fertility) Conceiving can be exhausting and frustrating for any couple, but with commitment and diligence, you just may produce that ultimate gift yet.

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