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In this blog we will explain about the course which name is Taseer Speromgin Combined Sperm Grow Therapy Course offered by Taseer dawakhana Pvt. Ltd. This course is prepared for the male infertility patients to cure their disease. By using this course patients will recover their male infertility problem in few months.

By this blog you will be able to know about Taseer Speromgin Combined Sperm Grow Therapy Course? how it can cure the disease male infertility, why male infertility happens, its symptoms, reasons of this disease, indications, male infertility types, complete details about sperms quality and quantity.

Male infertility is any health issue in a man that lowers the chances of his female partner getting pregnant.

About 13 out of 100 couples can’t get pregnant with unprotected sex. There are many causes for infertility in men and women. In over a third of infertility cases, the problem is with the man. This is most often due to problems with his sperm production or with sperm delivery.

What Happens Under Normal Conditions?

The man’s body makes tiny cells called sperm. During sex, ejaculation normally delivers the sperm into the woman’s body.

The male reproductive system makes, stores, and transports sperm. Chemicals in your body called hormones control this. Sperm and male sex hormone (testosterone) are made in the 2 testicles. The testicles are in the scrotum, a sack of skin below the penis. When the sperm leave the testicles, they go into a tube behind each testicle. This tube is called the epididymis.

Just before ejaculation, the sperm go from the epididymis into another set of tubes. These tubes are called the vas deferens. Each vas deferens leads from the epididymis to behind your bladder in the pelvis. There each vas deferens joins the ejaculatory duct from the seminal vesicle. When you ejaculate, the sperm mix with fluid from the prostate and seminal vesicles. This forms semen. Semen then travels through the urethra and out of the penis.

Male fertility depends on your body making normal sperm and delivering them. The sperm go into the female partner’s vagina. The sperm travel through her cervix into her uterus to her fallopian tubes. There, if a sperm and egg meet, fertilization happens.

The system only works when genes, hormone levels and environmental conditions are right.

Causes:

Making mature, healthy sperm that can travel depends on many things. Problems can stop cells from growing into sperm. Problems can keep the sperm from reaching the egg. Even the temperature of the scrotum may affect fertility. These are the main causes of male infertility:

 

Sperm Disorders

The most common problems are with making and growing sperm. Sperm may:

  • not grow fully
  • be oddly shaped
  • not move the right way
  • be made in very low numbers (Oligospermia)
  • not be made at all (azoospermia)

Sperm problems can be from traits you’re born with. Lifestyle choices can lower sperm numbers. Smoking, drinking alcohol, and taking certain medications can lower sperm numbers. Other causes of low sperm numbers include long-term sickness (such as kidney failure), childhood infections (such as mumps), and chromosome or hormone problems (such as low testosterone).

Damage to the reproductive system can cause low or no sperm. About 4 out of every 10 men with total lack of sperm (azoospermia) have an obstruction (blockage). A birth defect or a problem such as an infection can cause a blockage.

 

Varicoceles

Varicoceles are swollen veins in the scrotum. They’re found in 16 out of 100 of all men. They are more common in infertile men (40 out of 100). They harm sperm growth by blocking proper blood drainage. It may be that varicoceles cause blood to flow back into your scrotum from your belly. The testicles are then too warm for making sperm. This can cause low sperm numbers.

Retrograde Ejaculation

Retrograde ejaculation is when semen goes backwards in the body. They go into your bladder instead of out the penis. This happens when nerves and muscles in your bladder don’t close during orgasm (climax). Semen may have normal sperm, but the semen cannot reach the vagina.

Retrograde ejaculation can be caused by surgery, medications or health problems of the nervous system. Signs are cloudy urine after ejaculation and less fluid or “dry” ejaculation.

Immunologic Infertility

Sometimes a man’s body makes antibodies that attack his own sperm. Antibodies are most often made because of injury, surgery or infection. They keep sperm from moving and working normally. We don’t know yet exactly how antibodies lower fertility. We do know they can make it hard for sperm to swim to the fallopian tube and enter an egg. This is not a common cause of male infertility.

Obstruction

Sometimes sperm can be blocked. Repeated infections, surgery (such as vasectomy), swelling or developmental defects can cause blockage. Any part of the male reproductive tract can be blocked. With a blockage, sperm from the testicles can’t leave the body during ejaculation.

Hormones

Hormones made by the pituitary gland tell the testicles to make sperm. Very low hormone levels cause poor sperm growth.

Chromosomes

Sperm carry half of the DNA to the egg. Changes in the number and structure of chromosomes can affect fertility. For example, the male Y chromosome may be missing parts.

Medication

Certain medications can change sperm production, function and delivery. These medications are most often given to treat health problems like:

  • arthritis
  • depression
  • digestive problems
  • infections
  • high blood pressure
  • cancer

Hormones plays an important role in disease male infertility and there are several hormones which effects on a person for producing a childlike testosterone, Luteinizing hormone (LH) Follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH).

Luteinizing hormone is a gonadotropin (a hormone that affects the function of the sex organs) that is released by the pituitary gland in response to luteinizing hormone-releasing hormone. Abbreviated LH. In females, LH controls the length and sequence of the female menstrual cycle, including ovulation, preparation of the uterus for implantation of a fertilized egg, and ovarian production of both estrogen and progesterone. In males, LH stimulates the testes to produce androgen. Also known as interstitial-cell-stimulating hormones.

For males, the normal range of Luteinizing hormone (LH) is 1.24–7.8 international Units Per Liter (IU/L). If Luteinizing hormone (LH) levels are below the normal range, it may indicate a pituitary gland problem. Their pituitary gland may not be making enough Luteinizing hormone (LH), which may lead to low testosterone.

In general, the normal testosterone range in males is about 270-1070 Nano grams Per Deciliter (ng/dL) with an average level of 679 Nano grams Per Deciliter (ng/dL). A normal male testosterone level peaks at about age 20, and then it slowly declines. Testosterone levels above or below the normal range are considered by many to be out of balance.

Follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) is one of the gonadotrophic hormones, the other being luteinizing hormone. Both are released by the pituitary gland into the bloodstream. Follicle stimulating hormone is one of the hormones essential to pubertal development and the function of women’s ovaries and men’s testes. In women, this hormone stimulates the growth of ovarian follicles in the ovary before the release of an egg from one follicle at ovulation. It also increases estradiol production. In men, follicle stimulating hormone acts on the Sertoli cells of the testes to stimulate sperm production (spermatogenesis).

Normal Follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH) levels in adult males are typically between 1.5 to 12.4 international Units Permili Liter (mIU/mL). A high Follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH) level in a male may mean the testicles are not functioning correctly. While low Follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH) levels in males may indicate problems with the pituitary gland in the brain.

There are two types of infertility:

Primary infertility and secondary infertility

Primary infertility is the inability to conceive a child after regular intercourse for at least 1 year

While Secondary infertility occurs in couples who have previously been pregnant at least once, but are unable to achieve another pregnancy.

As per medical research, in 50 to 60 percent infertile cases male have infertility problem. A number of causes exist for male infertility that may result in impaired sperm count or mobility, or impaired ability to fertilize the egg. The most common causes of male infertility include abnormal sperm production or function, impaired delivery of sperm, conditions related to a man’s general health and lifestyle, and overexposure to certain environmental elements.

Type of Diseases

Viewers, semen produce in testicles, Testicles are very important in sperm production if testicles are not working well then it makes a problem.

There are two type of testicles disease:

First one is Hydrocele: A hydrocele is a type of swelling in the scrotum that occurs when fluid collects in the thin sheath surrounding a testicle. Hydrocele is common in newborns and usually disappears without treatment by age 1. Older boys and adult men can develop a hydrocele due to inflammation or injury within the scrotum

And the second is varicocele: A varicocele is an enlargement of the veins within the loose bag of skin that holds your testicles. A varicocele is similar to a varicose vein you might see in your leg. Varicoceles are a common cause of low sperm production and decreased sperm quality, which can cause infertility.

There are three types of sperm diseases named Azoospermia, Oligospermia and Necrospermia.

The first one is Azoospermia, It is a medical condition of a man whose semen contains no sperm. It is associated with infertility, but many forms are amenable to medical treatment.

Azoospermia’s main cause is infection it includes pus cells in semen.

Blood in semen or presence of bacteria

This condition does not have any symptoms.

Azoospermia is further divided into two more types: obstructive Azoospermia and Non obstructive Azoospermia.

Obstructive azoospermia (OA) is defined as the absence of spermatozoa in the ejaculate despite normal spermatogenesis. Obstructive azoospermia (OA) is a common urologic condition and accounts for 6.1% (1) to 13.6% (2) of patients presenting for fertility evaluation.

Non‐obstructive Azoospermia (NOA) is defined as no sperm in the ejaculate due to failure of spermatogenesis and is the most severe form of male infertility.

Second type is Oligospermia this is a male fertility issue characterized by a low sperm count. Other aspects of the sexual health of men with this condition are typical. This includes the ability to get and maintain an erection, as well as produce ejaculation at orgasm. Sperm count in your ejaculate can vary throughout your life as  I have explained normal sperm count is between 200 to 600 million so If a person has less than 120 million sperms count than he has Oligospermia, this disease is because of infection in vein, physical disturbance , anxiety and abnormal hormones level.

Third infertility disease that is Necrospermia, Necrospermia is a condition in which there is a low percentage of live and very much percentage of immotile spermatozoa in semen. It can be diagnosed via a semen analysis with vitality staining performed to determine whether the sperm are dead or alive and immotile. Because of this man are unable to make a woman pregnant.

Reasons:

There are some conditions required for pregnancy:

50 to 60 percent of active motile

Good health is essential for both men and women

Male semen has normal sperm countIf a person is not meeting this given criteria, then he is not able to produce a child or make a woman pregnant

After every 72 hours men should produce 1.5 to 5 milliliters semen.

When a normal person ejaculates then he releases 200 to 600 million of sperms. If he has 50 million or less than 50 million active sperms then he is not able to produce a child.

In mathematical expression we have a formula:

200/75%=150

200/70%=140

200/60%=120

A man produce 50,000 sperms in a minute, 72 millions in a day these sperms get mature in 84 days.

Infertility may be occurs because of different sperm disease.

Treatment:

Taseer dawakhana has been established since 1946 and you can recover from all these diseases by using Taseer Speromgin Combined Sperm Grow Therapy Course by Taseer dawakhana which is made with precious herbals and free from any side effects. Doctors and scientists of our institute Taseer dawakhana worked under the super vision of Doctor & hakeem Tariq Mehmood Taseer, qualified doctors, lady doctors, pharmacists,and Hakeem with prolonged research.

Taseer Speromgin Combined Sperm Grow Therapy Course is a chemical free natural supplement with no side effects it is prepared from pure herbs and 100% effective.

Taseer Speromgin Combined Sperm Grow Therapy Coursecures Azoospermia, Oligospermia, Necrospermia, Varicocele, Hydrocele, pus cell infection ,hormone level ,maintain ph level of a person ,increase the volume of the semen , thickness in semen, sperm morphology every type of infection and start producing sperms where person will be relieved from all infertility diseases. Increase HGH hormone level, Follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH), Luteinizing hormone (LH) and normalize the sperm count of infertile men so they become fertile.

Taseer Speromgin Combined Sperm Grow Therapy Course is prepared under the medical principals and proper scientific methods with up to date machinery in Taseer pharma Pvt. Ltd.

Precautions:

During the treatment you should follow these precautions for better results of treatment

  • Don’t go for sex during the treatment.
  • Use Chicken, fish, eggs, milk, butter, honey, dates, lemon, garlic, pumpkin, radish, carrot and dry fruits in your diet.
  • Try to eat meat on daily basis
  • Abstain from the beef, rice, oily foods, potatoes, bakery foods and junk foods.

  • Limit or abstain from alcohol and smoking
  • Avoid things that lead to prolonged heat for the testicles.
  • Keep the weight off.
  • Steer clear of illicit drugs.

As we have briefly explained male infertility in this blog if you or your known person have this problem so you can visit to our clinic or can call us in our office timings which are 9 am to 8pm and discuss your problem.

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