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Inability of a woman to conceive or a man to induce conception after one year of regular sexual intercourse without any contraceptive measures or retaining the foetus till the birth is termed as Infertility. The problem may be with the male or female...


Male infertility

Male Infertility :

The following points need to considered while studying Male Infertility :

  • Volume of semen.
  • Sperm count – oligospermia, azoospermia, necrospermia.
  • Motility of sperm.
  • Structural defects of sperms – Due to vitiated vata dosha.
  • Any obstruction in genital tract.
  • Erectile dysfunction


 Causes of Male Infertility :

The essential causes are fear, stress, sorrow, tight clothing, working in hot environment for long duration. Smoking and alcohol consumption significantly affect virility in males. Trauma to the genital organs, generalised debility, muscle weakness and stress can result in erectile dysfunction. Suppression of sexual urge, infection in reproductive tract, or any kind of stricture can cause an obstructive pathology.

Treating Male Infertility :

Overcoming male infertility requires some basic modulation in lifestyle and food habits. The treatment includes Shodhan chikitsa i.e. cleansing therapy depending upon dominancy of derranged doshas. Vaman in Kapha dushti, Virechan in Pitta dushti and Basti in case of Vata dushti.

Panchakarma therapies like Abhyanga (whole body massage), Shirodhara, Nasya endows great deal of physical and mental relaxation.

Regular exercise and yoga promotes added assistance. One should practice pelvic floor exercises, padmasan, mool bandha to strengthen and optimize the functionality of the desired organs.

Rejuvenation and Aphrodisiac treatment plays an important role; Rejuvenation therapy revitalizes the body and reinforces it internally and externally thus enhances body endurance and also assists in creating healthier sperms. Aphrodisiac Therapies are of 3 types :

  1. Sperm generating or enhancing sperm count.
  2. Those which helps in ejaculation of seminal fluid.
  3. Medicines which serve both the above purpose