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Azoospermia Test Results

by Krishna
(Kanpur, Utter Pradesh)

I have been diagnosed with azoospermia and I am interested in learning more about homeopathic treatment for this condition.

Here are my most recent test results:

Hormone's Detail:

Testosterone 652.46
FSH 4.62
TSH 2.05
LH 2.59

Sperm Detail:

Colour Whitish
Reaction Alkaline
PH 8.5
Fructose Increased


No sperm seen in the sample
Semen H&E. Staining ex.
Scanty Spermatogonia cells present but not regenerative activity seen.

Please tell me best homeopathic medicine.

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Azoospermia Testing
by: Maria Gioia Atzori

Generally men levels of FSH ranges from 1.0 ? 12.0 U/L, while LH range 2.0 ? 14.0 U/L, and free testosterone should be 300 ? 1000 ng/dl

Testosterone level indicate if the testicles are producing enough of this male hormone related to sex drive and erectile strength. Some men in fact have azoospermia and erectile dysfunction seen in high FSH and low testosterone levels. In most cases these men have also high prolactin levels.

Absence of fructose suggest seminal vesicle obstruction or atresia.

Normal sperm pH levels range from 7.1-8.0. Acidic ejaculate indicate one or both of the seminal vesicles are blocked. A alkaline (> 8.0) ejaculate may indicate infection.

Azoospermia is usually divided into two distinct categories:

1. Obstructive azoospermia where there is a problem with the ducts that carry the sperm from the testes to the penis. There is probably a blockage in the reproductive ducts.

2. Non-obstructive azoospermia where there is a problem with the production of sperm. This is due to testicular failure, in which the testicles do not produce sperm.

In 60% of the cases, azoospermia is due to a problem in producing sperm.

In 35% of the cases, azoospermia is due to an obstruction that prevents the sperm to be delivered outside.

In 5% of the cases, azoospermia is genetic abnormality (e.g., Klinefelter's syndrome, 47, XXY, with an extra X Chromosome). There is no treatment for these cases.

1. In men with obstructive azoospermia the testicles are normal and produce sperm, but the passageway is blocked. The block is usually at the level of the epididymis.

In these men the semen volume is normal; fructose is present; the pH is alkaline; and no sperm precursor cells are seen on semen analysis. These cases may be treated homeopathically.

If the obstructive azoospermia depends on the absence of the vas deferens, the semen volume is low; the pH is acidic and the fructose is negative. These cases do not respond well to homeopathic treatment.

2. Men with non-obstructive azoospermia have healthy and normal ducts, but abnormal testicular function, and the testicles produce sperm abnormally. The testicles may look smaller and be underdeveloped.

It is important to notice that testicular failure may be partial or complete. In these cases, sperm are produced in only a few areas.

Unfortunately the sperm production is not enough and it may not ejaculated. Complete testicular failure refers to the inability to make sperms at all. These cases respond poorly to homeopathic treatment.



Homeopathic Remedies For Azoospermia
by: Maria Gioia Atzori

In order to be treated successfully for azoospermia with homeopathic medicine, it is important to understand that there is a time factor, that is required for the body to resume normal function and that sperm production takes around 4 months to complete naturally.

The role of homeopathic medicines is to stimulate the body to heal itself, clear any blockages that may be interfering with this process and stimulate hormonal balance.

Also, the best type of treatment is the individualized type where the homeopath takes into consideration the past medical history, family history, current symptoms, food desires and dislikes, general symptoms, etc.

My advice is to consult with a professional homeopath in your area, which will prescribe the best remedies for your case.

The most useful homeopathic remedies for obstructive azoospermia are:


Selenium 1M one pellet once a week for 3-4 months to help absorb the mineral selenium.

Damiana LM1 2x a day, 8 drops in 1/4 cup of water for one month to stimulate hormonal balance.

Agnus castus 30CH once a day for 3-4 months

Thiosinaminum 6C one dose twice a day to repair scar tissue in the epididimus.

Hamamelis 30C one dose twice a day to help enlarged varicose veins in the penis (Hydrocele).

Medorrhinum 30C once a week for 3-4 months, to spermatic fluid and addresses past infection.

Other remedies may also apply and need to be selected on individual bases after accurate analysis.

It is also important to take fertility vitamins specifically designed for me, in order to increase healthy sperm production.

All the Best!

Maria Gioia Atzori,
BSc Hons, MS, DSHomMed Hons, DWH Hom
Fertility Coach and Homeopathic Practitioner



Azoospermia Test Results
by: Anonymous

I have been diagnosed with azoospermia. One month has past and I am using homoepathy treatment.

When I tested, the semen test results came back as azoospermia. What to do now, should I have to try another month or so?

Azospermia
by: Maria Gioia Atzori

It is important to follow the homeopathic treatment for a minimum of 4 months before re-testing. Please cosider that azoospermia is a condition that needs time to resolve, usually 6-12 months of regular treatment in conjunction with a healthy diet, and fertility vitamins for men.

Fertility Blessings

Obstructive Azoospermia
by: Hope

Hello!

You said that it is possible to treat obstructive azoospermia with homeopathy, can you please give me advice what medicine should we take because my husband suffers from obstructive azoospermia and a surgery would be very difficult. Please help us! Thank you!

Answer:

It is possible to help with homeopathy in cases where the obstruction is caused by inflammation, infection, scar tissue, etc. Your husband has to be able to produce sperm. Homeopathy treats the obstruction. Please, contact a local homeopath to see what kind of obstructive Azoospermia your husband has and what remedies will best suit his case.

Many Blessings!


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