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Pregnency & Female Infertility Problems

Infertility is defined as inability to conceive in a couple having unprotected intercourse for over one year. Difficulty in conceiving & inability to have child in female can be due to many of below mentioned hormone diseases & other causes as discussed below.
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Causes of Infertility
  • Male Factor infertility
  • Female Factor infertility
  • Infertility due to minor defects in both couple

FEMALE INFERTILITY

Female Infertility primarily refers to the biological inability of a woman to contribute to conception. Women who are fertile experience a natural period of fertility before and during ovulation, and they are naturally infertile during the rest of the menstrual cycle. Fertility awareness methods are used to discern when these changes occur by tracking changes in cervical mucus or basal body temperature
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Cause of Female infertility

1) Female Infertility is caused by the following.
2) Endometriosis
3) Fibroids
4) Polyps
5) Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS)
6) Fallopian tubes
7) Miscarriage OR Recurring Pregnancy loss
8) Problems with Ovulation.
9) Problem with egg Transport and Fertilization.
10) Late Planning pregnancy
11) Ovulation/Menstruation Problems
12) Low Sperm Count(For Males)
13) Retroverted Uterus
14) IVF Failure
15) Excessive drinking, smoking

The other cause are Hypertension , Amenorrhea , Veginal infection , Over–emotional No Ovulations , Side Effect of excess of Hormonal medicine, High FSH, Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder ,STD disease like Gonorrhoea , syphilis etc.

MALE FACTOR INFERTILITY

Male factor infertility may result from low sperm count or low sperm motility, or decreased ability of the sperm to fertilize the egg or abnormal shape of sperms or lack of semen or inability of man to deposit the sperm into vagina due to erectile dysfunction or hypospadios. The leading cause of male infertility is low sperm count. Others may be low sperm motility, bad quality sperms, lack of semen, presence of pus cells in semen & inability to deposit semen into vagina either due to absent ejaculation or due to any sexual dysfunctions as erectile dysfunctions. In general, most cases of male infertility are due to low sperm count. There are many biologic and environmental factors that can lead to low sperm count. Here is a list of conditions that may cause low sperm count in men. Please click the links for detail information about causes, investigations & treatment options.
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  • Oligospermia | Low Sperm Count
  • Azospermia | Nil Sperms | Low Sperm Motility
  • Pus in Semen
  • Anti-Sperm Antibody
  • Less Semen Formation
  • Absent Ejaculation
  • Dead Sperms
  • Abnormal Sperms
  • Immotile Sperms

Oligospermia
Oligospermia and Oligospermaesthenia are two conditions where allopathic system has no effective treatment. So my team stressed on looking into alternative systems. After working through various modalities, Specialist Doctor at Amish Hospital came out with the best solution. Let us see important points about it. Before starting this treatment semen test is very essential at your nearest pathology lab and must stop any hormonal treatment at least one month prior to start our treatment. Medicine increases Sperm Count, Sperm Motility, Semen Quantity and corrects Sperm Abnormalities.

Advantage of treatment
The treatment is completely free of any side effects. Medicine is effective in 95% in sperm abnormalities i.e. Low Sperm count, Low Motility, Low Semen Quantity and Abnormal Sperm Cell Morphology.
It is the fastest among all treatment. It raises sperm count fourfold with every month’s treatment till optimum count. So with low sperm count like 3 million per ml. to normal count of 40 million per ml. can be achieved within two months of treatment.
The lowest count which can be helped is 1 lac per ml or 0.1 million per ml. Below, this the result may be variable.
It does not support azoospermia or zero count at all. It improves not only sperm count but also it’s quality. It raises low sperm motility to high sperm motility. It also improves grades of sperm motility simultaneously.
The success rate of system is very high. In about 3000 patients, it succeeded in 95% of the patients. The Medicine provide by us are free from hormone.
The duration of the treatment is very short. It clears the case in one month to four months. It has no restrictions during the treatment. No food restrictions. The only restriction is to avoid taking male hormones, as male hormone testosterone can block the good affect of this treatment. So, the patient should avoid taking any male hormones at least from one month prior to taking this treatment.
The greatest advantage is that even after stopping the treatment the higher count remains longer, where as in male hormones, it falls as soon as the treatment is stopped.
It is quite comfortable to take it, as it has sweet pills and drops only, to take with few doses per day. So, this treatment being simpler avoids complicated procedures in case of male infertility.

Common Cause of Oligospermia:
  • Stress :- reduces sperm count
  • Tobacco:- Nicotine damages sperms
  • Lead :- Workers in printing press have low sperm count
  • Hot climates
  • Varicocele
  • Avoidance of saunas, hot baths, the wearing of tight underwear, and other situations in which scrotal temperature may be raised
  • Alcohol:- Alcohol damages sperms

Recent survey has shown trend in decline sperm count in recent times. There may be many causative factors.

Abnormalities in sperm: Teratozoospermia
This is reduced levels of normally shaped sperm less than 15% sperm of normal morphology.
  • Mild teratozoospermia - 10-15% of sperm of normal morphology - probably of limited clinical significance
  • Severe teratozoospermia - less than 5% of sperm of normal morphology

Sperm Volume
A very low volume i.e. less than 0.5 ml may indicate a problem in producing the specimen (including missing the container), a dysfunction with the accessory glands or retrograde ejaculation. High semen volume but low sperm numbers no need of semen concentration our medicine will take care of this problem.

Abnormal pH
An abnormally low pH i.e. less than 7.0 may indicate retrograde ejaculation when combined with a very low ejaculate volume. A pH of below 7.0, normal volume and azoospermia may indicate an obstruction of the ejaculatory ducts or congenital bilateral absence of the vas in this case result is poor.
An abnormally high pH i.e. greater than 8.5 may indicate an infection or dysfunction of one of the accessory glands result is good.

Abnormal Sperm Density
A sperm count below 20 x 10^6 / ml should be considered clinically relevant, a count nearby 5 x 10^6 / ml count will increase with treatment.
Reduced sperm count is generally idiopathic. However it may be due to defective spermatogenesis or an incomplete obstruction.

Abnormal Sperm Motility
If less than 50% of the sperm are moving progressively (asthenozoospermia) a problem with motility or an increased level of sperm degradation may be indicated.
Decreased motility may be secondary to sperm dysfunction, prolonged periods of sexual abstinence, partial blockage or infection.
If greater than 50% of sperm are immotile then the analysis will determine whether the sperm are immotile or dead. This will determine whether the sperm immotility is due to cell death or a motility defect.
Increased cell death may be treatable if the cause is identifiable e.g. partial blockage, increased abstinence periods, infection. Immotile sperm can be used for assisted conception purposes as long as they are alive. All above condition our medicine works and results are excellent.

Abnormal Sperm Morphology
A human sperm show large variation in morphology, study on sperm obtained from post-coital cervical mucus have helped to define the morphology of an ideal spermatozoon.
Morphological study comprise of many factors like spermatogenesis, sperm transport, sperm maturation and ageing, time in seminal plasma, smearing technique, fixation, staining, mounting and the quality of microscope used.

Kruger Sperm Morphology
Sperm Surface Antisperm Antibodies
The presence of both IgG and IgA antisperm antibodies are measured on the sperm surface. The results are given in terms of the number of motile sperm affected by antisperm antibodies surface antibodies may affect both movement of the sperm and the ability of the sperm to bind to the oocyte results are clinically significant and positive if more than 50% of sperm are affected by either class of antibody. IgA antibodies are considered of greater clinical significance than IgG. Antisperm antibodies often are, but not always, associated with testicular surgery or trauma.

Azoospermia (Nil Sperm):
Azoospermia is called when there is no sperm in semen. This type of semen disorder is found in approximately 3% of infertile men i.e. absent sperm. You should know that testis has two separate functions.
  • Production of normal sperms in semen which needed for pregnancy & normal fertility.
  • The other function of testis is production of male hormones i.e. testosterone & others.

So in most patients with nil sperms though semen has absent sperms still production of male hormones remains normal.