Infertility in women and men


Infertility in women and men; NATURAL TREATMENT

Infertility in women and men has many causes, and a growing number of couples have a diagnosis of marital sterility. From a clinical standpoint, the diagnosis of marital sterility is made when after two years of regular sexual relations without the use of contraceptives, the couple reaches the desired pregnancy. One of a number of studies shows that the chances of conception in the first month are 20 percent for six months 60 percent, over a period of nine months, 75 per cent in one year to 80 and 90 percent within 18 months. If conception does not occur, it is necessary to consult a specialist.

What are the possible causes of infertility?

The causes of infertility are numerous: they can be male, female or a combination of several different factors. It is a less know fact that the causes of infertility in men are present in 40 percent of cases and that they are second on the list of factors that cause it - right after the age partners. Mitigating factor is that the infertility in men is easily diagnosed.

Male infertility Causes:

The factors that cause male sterility are truly numerous, and among the main culprits include:
  • Sexually transmitted diseases - repeated cases of chlamydia and gonorrhoea are often associated with male infertility, as well as papilloma virus, which causes the formation of genital warts.
  • Mumps - when mumps occur after puberty in 25 % of cases it damages the testes and causes infertility in men.
  • Radiation therapy - High doses of radiation in the regions around the testicles kill the stem cells that produce sperm. Also, in cases where radiation therapy includes the brain, it can cause damage to the pituitary gland to signal the testes to produce hormones. Any of signals can be the cause of infertility in men.
  • Drugs and alcohol - the use of drugs (including marijuana) can significantly reduce sperm quality by 50 percent. Excessive consumption of alcohol also negatively affects fertility in both sexes.

Infertility causes in women:

Here are the most common causes of infertility in women:
  • Age - fertility in women begins to decline after 35 years of age and then there is a reduction in the number and quality of eggs, making it difficult to fertilize. Also, there is a tendency to go early into menopause, when hormone levels and reduced and the cycle becomes irregular.
  • Bad timing relationships can cause infertility in women - if spontaneous relationship comes to a desired pregnancy, it is time to calculate the fertile days and the "timing" of sex in that period. Since this method is often quite vague, it is recommended to use the tests and to measure the basal temperature.
  • Physical causes - lack of ovulation, unpredictable and irregular menstruation, endometriosis, ovarian blockage, polycystic ovaries. Also in men there are numerous possible physical causes, which reduce the number and mobility of sperm and only a few of the many conditions adversely affect our fertility. For a detailed and accurate diagnosis it is necessary to consult a physician specialist.

Causes of infertility in both sexes
  • Improper diet causes infertility in women and men - long-term imbalance in the intake of important nutrients, vitamins and minerals through diet adversely affects the reproductive system. The lack of fresh fruits and vegetables in the daily diet as well as whole grains and legumes over a long period in men can cause a disease called oligospermia, due to lack of important vitamins and minerals. Also, exhausting diets that some women undergo may disrupt hormonal balance and cause irregular cycles or even amenorrhea.
  • Lack of physical activity causes marital infertility - it is known that moderate dosed recreation improves the general condition of the body and health, prevents obesity and frees us from the negative effects caused by stress. In men, everyday training increases testosterone levels by about 30 percent.
  • Obesity - being overweight often promotes impotence, while in women increases the levels of estrogen which has a negative impact on ovulation and can cause the formation of cysts in the ovaries. Many studies have shown that children with rich content of omega-3 fatty acids, the correct balance of protein and carbohydrates and adequate intake of vitamins through fruits and vegetables - enhance fertility and increases the chances of conception and reduces the possibility of infertility in women.

Infertility in women and men as a result of stress

Not a small number of pairs after artificial fertilization, completely in a normal way manages to get another child. You often hear the statement that the cause of the difficulty conceiving is too great a desire of spouses who are often under strong psychological pressure. Doctors previously disagreed with the statement that it was the stress that caused infertility in women. Today the picture is a little different and a growing number of experts believe that in about 30 percent of cases, the cause of marital sterility is just tension that is created when family is planning a child. Experts from the University of California in San Diego, after implementing a series of surveys found that women who reported high levels of stress in daily life had 20 percent fewer eggs during ovulation than those not exposed to great stress. Also, in the case of those exposed to stress and the ones who ovulated successfully, the success rate of fertilization was much lower. The stress in women disrupts hormonal connection between the hypothalamus - and ovaries, as a very negative impact on the process of ovulation. There is a direct connection between the brain and the reproductive tract, because nerves connect the brain with the fallopian tubes and uterus. The autonomic nervous system has a big impact on the ability of the ovaries to produce egg cells and hormones. Here's an example: when a woman is under stress it may cause spasms in the fallopian tubes and uterus that impedes the path and the implantation of a fertilized egg. In addition, chronic stress, combined with unhealthy living habits in men may reduce testosterone levels and thus adversely affect the formation of sperm and directly affect infertility in men. Which means that the stress induced by the release of glucocorticoids and opioids block the release of gonadotropins and indirectly reduces the production of testosterone in the testes, which reflects negatively on the formation of sperm.
Treatment of Infertility with supplements

First of all, it is necessary to determine what are the exact causes of infertility, including a complete overview of both partners. Only then a particular therapy is prescribed. If infertility medication is not satisfactory, the couple is, if they so wish, recommended artificial insemination. Studies have shown that certain vitamins and minerals affect fertility in both sexes. Vitamin E, for example, mitigates damage to sperm cells, caused by action of free radicals and is an excellent prevention of male infertility. Vitamin C protects sperm from oxidative damage and prevents angulation (sticky sperm, which significantly reduces the fertility). Also, a very important role in maintaining the fertility of men have vitamins B6 and B12. Zinc deficiency in the body reduces the level of testosterone, which is why the introduction of this mineral is important for men with low testosterone, because it increases the sperm count and fertility. For this purpose, zinc supplements should be taken at least several months, and recommended is 60 mg daily. However, before that, you need to consult your doctor because long-term use of this element can lead to loss of copper from the body. Zinc can be found in fish and seafood. Studies show that selenium significantly increases the mobility and number of sperm, but you should be very careful, because the dose of more than 200 grams a day is toxic. Magnesium, which is found in rice, soybean meal, wheat bran, sunflower seeds, and bread from whole wheat, lentils, nuts and Mg mineral water also increases the number and mobility of sperm. When it comes to infertility in women treatment with supplements can bring good results. Women are especially encouraged to take folic acid deficiency which significantly reduces the chances of conception and increases the risk of congenital anomalies of the fetus. As a preventive measure you should immediately after stopping drinking the contraceptives every day take 0.4 milligrams of folic acid. Also very important is iron and iodine, and vitamin E due to the lack of fertilized eggs which can be implanted in the womb.

MARITAL STERILITY USEFUL TIPS
  • You need to know how to calculate the fertile days and learn to recognize the right moment: many couples who determine fertile days by the method of measuring the basic body temperature believe that the moment when the temperature rises is ideal for fertilization. Care must be taken that the egg is completely ready for fertilization, on the day of ovulation, and another 12 to 18 hours afterwards.
  • Regularly subject to the necessary inspections - the cause of infertility in women are often untreated or there is unrecognized infection of the genital tract. Thus, for example, the most common is chlamydial infection, which is a major cause of blocked fallopian tubes.
  • Pay attention to body weight - lack or excess weight will not directly affect fertility, or obesity (as well as malnutrition) can cause menstrual disorders and lack of ovulation.
  • Give up alcohol and cigarettes - continuous alcohol consumption has a negative impact on the creation of sperm and reduces its density. And nicotine can cause a variety of interference with the reproductive organs and is a common cause of infertility in men and women.
  • Do not expose testes to heat - male fertility largely depends on the ambient temperature. The fixed hot tubs, too frequent visits to the sauna, or too tight pants, can lead to overheating of the sex glands and disrupt sperm production.

BEST TEA FOR INFERTILITY
  • Tablespoon of red clover cover with 7 ounces of boiling water, remove from heat, cover tightly and set it aside for at least half an hour. Then give it a good strain and sip in small sips during the day for 3 weeks, followed by a break of one week (it is best to pause during menstruation).
  • Take a pinch of crane’s bill and cover with boiling a decilitre of water. Remove from the stove, and wait ten minutes. Strain the tea and drink a cup in the morning and one at night before bed. Tea against infertility should be taken by both partners for at least six to eight weeks.

There are many folk recipes that treat infertility in men and women. One of them is the tea mixture of astragalus and bindii
  • Take three tablespoons of this mixture and cover it with 0.7 litres of boiling water. Remove from the heat, close well and let it stand for an hour or so. Strain the tea and drink in the afternoon. For infertility in both partners it is recommended to drink this drug for at least 90 days, and then take a break. 

As a natural remedy for infertility in men is local honey in many combinations is required. Here is one of them.
  • Mix 200 grams of high-quality local honey with 50 grams of freshly grated horseradish. Mixture should be left for at least ten days in the comfortable room temperature. Every morning, half an hour before you eat breakfast, eat a small teaspoon of this exceptional medicine. Also prepare a soothing sage tea, and combine them together. This is a very good combination against infertility in both sexes, a woman is free to use this during menstruation, it is not harmful. This home remedy is excellent to prevent the loss of immunity during these upcoming cold autumn and winter days.
  • For infertility in women and men, another recipe with honey has proven to be very good. This is a combination of a pound of real homemade honey with 50 grams of cinnamon (powder). It is taken half an hour before the first meal, and with them it is good to drink a glass of lukewarm water. The recipe is applied for at least fifteen days, and then 15 days break is taken, after which we can continue again with the therapy. 

When it comes to herbs as a cure for infertility we use a lot of things. One old folk recipe says:
  • Mix in equal proportions, dried rosemary, and ginger powder and basil mixture. From each mixture soup a spoonful and cover with boiling water (6 dl), remove from heat and leave it covered for about thirty minutes. This tea against infertility is drunk 30 minutes before every major meal in the next three months, it can be taken by both spouses.

Lady’s mantle and infertility

  • In equal proportions mix yarrow and lady’s mantle so take one tablespoon of it and pour the boiling water (2 dl) over it. Cover the tea and leave it for half an hour. Thus prepared tea for infertility in women is drunk every day for two to three cups and it is drunk exclusively by women.

HEALING SAGE AGAINST INFERTILITY
  • Two small teaspoon of sage should be poured by 2 decilitres of boiling water and let it stand covered for fifteen minutes. Strain well and drink immediately. Be sure to drink it in the morning with honey and horseradish and evening alone. It is recommended that you drink, women and men.
  • For infertility in both partners black cumin oil proved to be excellent. In the period of three to six months it is necessary to consume half a teaspoon of this oil with a decilitre of hot water. If you prefer, you can also use thirty drops.

How to increase sperm mobility 
  • Mix the following herbs: 100 grams of ovine flowers, 50 grams of yarrow, 30 grams of calamus, 50 grams of parsley seeds, 30 grams of raspberry leaves and 30 grams of thyme. From the mixture take two small teaspoons and cover with boiling water (more than 2.5 dl). Let it stand covered for about thirty minutes, after which the medicinal tea can be strained. Take one cup three times a day surely it will encourage better production and mobility of sperm.

HEALING BATH AGAINST STERILITY
  • Mix in equal proportion (per 200 g), dandelion, lady’s mantle, horsetail and yarrow. Two handfuls of the mixture pour with two litres of boiling water and leave it for at least half an hour to stand. This curative bath is added warm water to previously prepared bathtub. It is important to sit in the water for twenty minutes and it can be applied by both partner. In this way you will enable a much better circulation of your reproductive organs which is very important when it comes to infertility in women and men.

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