Your Guide to Male Infertility

Most men get married with the intent to have children. Sadly, many of them are incapable of getting a woman pregnant, for one dire reason or another. As a result, infertile men bear shame, embarrassment, and a sense of emasculation that can cripple their intimate relationships.
This doesn’t mean their situation has to be this way forever. If partners in a relationship are willing to work together to deal with the emotional issues that often arise as a result of a failure to get pregnant, hope is on the horizon. Sometimes, couples that seek to adopt a child suddenly find themselves pregnant later. The stress and anxiety caused by the failure to conceive had actually changed the man’s body chemistry, miraculously allowing for a renewed sperm count and greater sperm strength.

Approximately 15% of couples attempting their first pregnancy meet with failure, in that they have been unable to achieve a pregnancy after one year of unprotected intercourse.  While we normally think of infertility as affecting women primarily, the fact is many men suffer from it, as well. Available data over the past twenty years indicates that men are the responsible parties in about 50% of all infertile couples. What's more, researchers have calculated that sperm counts of the male population have fallen almost 50% since the 1930s, likely due to dietary and environmental changes.

Male infertility can result due to insufficient sperm count, unhealthy sperm, or seminal leakage. There are a number of causes of male infertility, including chemotherapy, a defect or obstruction in the reproductive system, disease, hormone dysfunction, infection, testicular trauma, medications, testicular cancer, smoking, and drug use.

Causes of Male Infertility & Solutions
At least one-half of male fertility problems can be treated to make conception possible.  Herbal treatments for male infertility focus on improving sperm quantity & quality while reducing seminal leakage. You can actually increase the volume of your sperm with horny goat weed, lepidium meyenii, goldenseal root, ginkgo leaf, bromelain, and ginseng. Promote healthy sperm with RNA/DNA supplements. And stop seminal leakage with Siberian ginseng, Korean ginseng, saw palmetto, fo-ti, schizandra, damiana, black cohosh, and mexican wild yam.

Low Sperm Count
Boost up the sperm cell production naturally by correcting imbalance male sex hormone
What to Do: Natural Ways To Increase Male Fertility & Semen Volume

Unhealthy Sperm
Need to increase high quality sperm cells 
What to Do: Male Reproductive Tonic Formula

Sperm Mobility
Needs nutrients and bioenergy ATP to help your sperm get to the finish line like a champion
Seminal Leakage
Stop leaking excessive precum which is necessary critical element for sperm survival in vagina
Try natural ways to help your retrograde or reverse ejaculation
What to Do: Retrograde Ejaculation Solution

If you suffer from an inability to conceive, you must stay positive and refuse to allow your disappointment to turn into depression. Besides infertility, such emotional distraught can lead to other sexual dysfunctions and social weaknesses. It’s no one’s fault and neither you nor your partner should be blamed or hold onto feelings of betrayal and anger. Pregnancy and becoming a parent is a process. For some, the process takes a little longer, but the end result is always the same. In this day and age there are innumerous ways of approaching fertility. With a bit of patience and positive thinking, most couples find the proverbial light at the end of the tunnel.

If you want to get pregnant or protect your fertility, submit to frequent sperm count tests and blood work. You also should assume the responsibilities for diet and personal health. Be mindful of what you eat. Of course, it never hurts to do a bit of outside reading about the various issues in question. No one ever suffered from having too much information about a subject. Especially when it’s of profound importance, not only to you, as the hopes and dreams of your partner are also at stake.

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