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How To Get Pregnant With PCOS & Low Sperm Count

by Sweety

I am 26 years I have pcod and my husband have low count how will we get pregnant?

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Viex For PCOS
by: Maria Gioia Atzori

The first important step would be to follow a healthy diet and eat foods rich in vitamin E, vitamin C, Vitamin Bs, zinc and selenium. Also eating fertility foods like Maca & Royal Jelly will help you make good healthy eggs and will help your husband to make healthy sperm.

If you suffer from PCOS supplementing your diet with specific fertility vitamins can help increase the quality of your eggs and balance the hormones. You need to be able to have:

Healthy Ovulation

In order to get pregnant your body needs to be able to ovulate regularly, which this doesn't always happen with PCOD.

Chasteberry (Vitex) is a very important herb in treating women with irregular cycles, failure to ovulate, or a short luteal phase due to PCOS.

Read this interested as it clearly explains the important role of Vitex for PCOD.

Plenty Of Fertile Cervical Mucus

Besides regular fertility vitamins, women who are trying to conceive should worry about making healthy cervical mucus. Without fertile quality cervical mucus, sperm have a difficult time making their way to the egg.

By supplementing with FertileCM, you will ensure the quantity and quality of your cervical mucus. In addition to mucus production, FertileCM helps to strengthen the uterine lining for better implantation of the embryo, preventing miscarriage.

Find out more about getting female fertility vitamins containing Vitex and FertileCM.

Fertility Blessings!

Low Sperm Count
by: Maria

Most couple see a significant increase in sperm count after taking fertility vitamins, that are specifically formulated for men who have low sperm count.

These are the most important vitamins known to increase sperm count:

CoQ10: This nutrient is a powerful anti-oxidant that is normally present in the male seminal fluids. A lack of CoQ10 causes a wide range of sperm abnormalities like low sperm count, poor motility and morphology.

Glutathione plays a very important role in protecting sperm from free radical damage and improving sperm motility.

This is vitamin B12, which studies have shown to treat low sperm count, oligospermia and even absent sperm count or azoospermia.

Vitamin C:
Vitamin C is a very important fertility vitamins and has many functions in treating sperm problems. First and foremost it's a anti-oxidant , and second it makes increases the fluidity of the spermatic fluids preventing sperms from sticking together. Clinical studies have shown that taking 1000 mg of vitamin C twice daily for up to two months. results in increased sperm count and sperm motility.

The following herbs are also used by alternative physicians to successfully treat male infertility due to low sperm count or poor sperm health:

Macuna Prurien:
This herbal remedies is important in treating poor sperm health like low count, abnormal morphology and poor motility. It is known to protect DNA damage and help the body produce healthy sperm.

Withania Somnifera:
This herb helps fight oxidative stress that causes sperm damage.
Maca is more of a fertility food than an herb as it enhances fertility and libido, by addressing poor hormonal balance as low testosterone. Numerous studies have shown that supplementation with maca improves sperm count, as well as sperm motility and semen volume.
Panax Ginseng:
Ginseng is a Chinese herb used to increase general health and vitality including libido and sexual stamina. It is given to infertile male who have poor sperm quality and count and need rejuvenation and strength.

As you can see a lack of these nutrients in the diet can significantly affect sperm count. By supplementing for a number of months, sperm count will improve significantly to normal levels adequate for healthy conception.

Find out how you can get these male fertility vitamins to increase low sperm count.

Many Health Blessings!

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