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Homeopathic Medicine For Tetrazoospermia

I have done 2 IUIs and on both the cases it was negative. I am 28 years old and married for 3 years. My husband has tetrazoospermia but the last time when we did IUI the doctor said that his count is good.

Now we are planning to avoid English medicines and go for homeopathy treatment. A doctor nearby has given us a medicine and he has also asked us to follow a strict diet pattern which he himself suggested to us.
The medicine is to be taken for 1 month with milk and he says that we will conceive by the next month.

Please let me know if this can be true as we are trying desperately for a kid.

Answer: Homeopathic Treatment Of Tetrazoospermia

Homeopathic medicine can be very effective in helping couples conceive. What remedies were you prescribed? If I know the remedies you are taking I can help you understand how the remedies work and how they will help your body.

Homeopathic remedies are selected based on each man unique characteristic symptoms and administered in small doses. By stimulating the own body's own healing abilities they will restore balance and increase your chances of conceiving.

Tetrazoospermia is a condition that refers to the presence of abnormally shaped sperm. Not all the spermatozoa released during ejaculation are in perfect shape, but when the number of abnormal-shaped sperm is higher than 10% fertility is impaired and natural conception cannot occur. A normal sperm sample will have an average of 4% abnormal sperm any values higher than this will cause infertility.

Teratospermia is detected by collecting sperm that is then analyzed under the microscope. This histological analysis reveals abnormalities in the motility, structure and shape of the sperm. These abnormalities may include:

Abnormal heads, either too large or too small

Double-headed sperm

Tail abnormality like double tail

Condensed acrosome or acrosomal deficiency

Abnormal mid piece that cannot propel effectively causing inability to swim forward.

Teratozoospermia is often treated by intracytoplamic sperm injection (ICSI) or simple intrauterine injection (IUI). These type of treatments may be successful, but not in all cases. On a good note, studies have shown that once the embryo is formed, no embryo abnormality are observed.

The cause of Teratozoospermia is not completely understood, but studies have linked this condition to high levels of hormonal disruptors and lack of antioxidants in a men's diet.

This condition can be cured with homeopathic medicine within a number of months. The course of treatment should be 4-6 months minimum ant it includes taking specific homeopathic remedies, follow a special diet and life style.

Homeopathic remedies paired with a good diet and lots of vitamins, minerals and anti-oxidants can reverse this condition.

Homeopathic Treatment For Teratozoospermia

Poor morphology can be caused by structural problems, such as enlargement of the testes or scrotal veins, or by an infection. Hydrocele surgery, antibiotics and drugs are not the solution. The following homeopathic remedies can improve this condition when taken for a period of 4-6 months.

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

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

Echinacea purpurea 3X, 10 drops once a day to address infections by strengthening the immune system.

Rhododendron ferrugineum 30CH one pellet once a day for Hydrocele.

Borax 30 CH once a week for Candida infection. Many men have Candida infection and very little symptoms. Candida makes the seminal fluid sticky, low in pH and affects the sperm. If your female partner has had recurrent yeast infection, you can also have a Candida issue. Make sure to follow a Candida diet (more on this later).

Medorrhinum 30CH once a week. This remedy improves spermatic fluid and addresses past infection.

Alternative Treatments For Teratozoospermia

1. Avoid Heat

Sperm anomalies can result if the scrotum is exposed to heat for prolonged periods of time. Once exposure to the heat is eliminated, good sperm morphology should increase. To ensure that your scrotum remains cool, avoid hot tubs and saunas, wear boxers and loose-fitting pants, and avoid long-distance bicycle riding.

2. Eliminate Environmental Toxins

Exposure to pollutants from cigarette smoke, pesticides, chemicals, electromagnetic devices, and excessive amounts of alcohol can cause sperm to become misshapen. Avoid non-organic milk and meat because they contain synthetic estrogen that can impair the healthy development of sperm.

3. Maintain a Healthy Diet
Certain minerals and vitamins, particularly natural Vitamin E, zinc, and selenium, can have a positive effect on sperm morphology. Selenium is an antioxidant-rich trace mineral that can be found in Brazil nuts, walnuts, tuna, beef, chicken, eggs, and cheese. It can also be taken in supplement form, although you should take no more than 400 mcg per day, as excessive amounts of selenium can be toxic.

I recommend vitamins and minerals, like those in the Male Fertility Complte Kit, that can help improve the quality of sperm, sperm motility and count.

I hope this helps you better understand what to expect and how natural treatments and homeopathic remedies can help you.

Fertility Blessings!

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