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Men Don’t Have To Live With Infertility

03-Nov-2014.By: Herbal Division


It is common assumption in Africa that once a couple is unable to conceive when they desire, the problem has got to be the woman. Yet, statistics show that 40-50% of infertility cases are directly attributable to men. Infertility is further prolonged when focus is solely on the woman and male factors are not put into consideration. Couples with infertility often suffer emotional trauma, loss of self-confidence, lack of interest in sex, strain on their relationship resulting in dysfunctional marriages and broken homes. There are many reasons why a man may become infertile, they include:

  • Varicocele 35%
  • Idiopathic 25%
  • Infection – (genito-urinary tract) 10%
  • Genetic 10%
  • Endocrine 1-5%
  • Immunologic 1-5%
  • Obstruction 1-5%
  • Developmental 1-5%
  • Lifestyle: smoking, diet. ??%

Other causes of male infertility are:

  • Age – decline in hormone levels (testosterone)
  • Obesity
  • Excessive heat and harsh chemicals - occupational hazard tends to be a very non-salient cause of infertility in men. Many men work in places that can make them become infertile without knowing it. For instance, a study published in The Lancet, a peer review scientific journal, reveals that men working in factories where pesticides are being manufactured risk damage to their sperm; the damage is due to their exposure to certain harsh chemicals such as chemical 1,2-dibromo-3-chloropropane (DBCP).These chemicals cause major damage to sperm which could result to azoospermia or oligospermia, a condition that can make a man unable to impregnate a woman. Other causes of excessive heat are prolonged use of laptops on laps, tight underwear, heat from motocycles etc.

Simply put, for a man to be able to impregnate a woman, he must fulfill the following pre-requisites:

  • Produce healthy sperm.
  • Sperm must 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 20 million sperm per milliliter 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.

What is the solution?

Nature has provided us with a solution to the problem of male infertility. Modern science has tapped into naturally-occurring herbs to produce natural supplements that can be used to solve male fertility problems.

This herbal preparation is Addyzoa. Addyzoa improves the functional competency of sperm and other parameters to help male fertility. This preparation is based on the Ayurvedic tradition of healing herbs, a scientific principle of using natural herbs to “repair” your body to function optimally and also provide antioxidants that will aid the production of healthy sperm.

How does Addyzoa work?

This herbal supplement works by:

  • Boosting male sexual desire
  • Increasing the sperm count
  • Improving sperm health and movement
  • Improves sperm morphology (prevents DNA damage to sperms)

All the above will ultimately increase the chances of pregnancy.

Additionally, Addyzoa is well tolerated as proven by scientific studies among infertile male, with virtually no side effects. This is basically because the ingredients are all-natural

Addyzoa’s dos and don’ts

In order to make your “Addyzoa experience” impactful, do:
1) Take milk, butter and foods rich in protein.
2) Eat meat or egg in moderate quantity
3) Have sex during your woman’s fertile period

4) Approach your wife lovingly.

1) Avoid spicy foods
2) Avoid alcohol consumption
3) Avoid smoking
4) Reduce physical and mental stress
5) Avoid irregular dietary habits

Last Updated: 13-Jul-2017 10:09 AM





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