The Definitive Guide to Overcoming Male Infertility
In this 110 minute audio download fertility expert Gabriela Rosa shares with listeners her wealth of experience and knowledge of addressing male fertility issues and overcoming male infertility naturally.
Contrary to what is generally believed, males are responsible for 50% of cases of infertility. Studies claim that as many as one in five healthy young men between the ages of 18 and 25 produce abnormal sperm counts.
Only 5 to 15 per cent of their sperm is good enough to be classed as ‘normal’ under World Health organization rules, highlighting that infertility is not just a female problem. Sperm is actually more vulnerable to the effects of toxins and radiations than in the female reproductive system which is really an important thing to note. As a warning…
- It’s believed that about 30 up to 80% of male fertility issues are due to oxidation damage. Higher level of oxidation stress can really cause the abnormalities in sperm morphology, motility, abnormalities and of course, increase DNA fragmentation that increases the risk of infertility and also the increased risk of miscarriage
- Zinc is the fertility nutrient. You lose, every time you ejaculate you lose, 2.5 milligrams of Zinc per ejaculate, it’s a huge,amount especially if you’re having lots of conception attempts…
The Seven Causes of Male Infertility
- Primary hypogonadism is a testicular disorder characterised by low levels of testosterone despite having high levels of FSH and LH and influences fertility in about 30 to 40% of male fertility or infertility cases
- Y chromosome deletions a genetic condition in which essentially a man is still able to conceive albeit if they have a boy it’s very likely that the boy will have the same condition.
- Altered sperm transport the obstruction of ducts that are going to help the sperm to go from where it is to where it needs to be is a problem in 10 to 20% of male infertility cases.
- Secondary hypogonadism happens because of excess androgens or male hormones, generally due to either testosterone, steroid or human growth hormone use so account sfor only 1 to 2% of male infertility cases
- Developmental and physiological issues are certainly going to be a problem undescended testis, varicoceles which are varicose veins around the testicles, torsions, traumas, all of those different types of things impact male fertility
- We have immunological anything to do with immune system and fertility, infections may have a role to play here, sperm antibodies and inflammation are potential fertility issues.
- Unknown causes is actually 40 to 50% of male fertility issues, and most often fall into areas of your well being that you can actually do something about. So toxicity, oxidative damage to sperm, those are two areas that are hugely important when it comes to the unknown causes.
If you’re looking for proactive advice and ways to ensure the fertility health of you and your partner, this is your opportunity to listen and discover the natural fertility advice that has helped so many other couples achieve their dreams of having a healthy happy baby, despite dreaded diagnoses of infertility.
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