Turn Your Infertility Into Fertility – Ayurvedic and Naturopathy Treatment For Male Infertility

Male infertility is when a man has a poor chance of making his female partner pregnant. It usually depends on the quality of his sperm cells. Sperm count refers to the average number of sperm present in one sample of semen. Fertility doctors assess sperm count during routine semen analyses and consider it to be an important factor for fertility.

Based on the most recent World Health Organization (WHO) guidelines, experts consider a healthful sperm count to be 15 million per milliliter (ml), or at least 39 million per ejaculate. Doctors consider a sperm count under 15 million per ml to be low, and it may cause fertility issues.


Infertility can be caused by poor sexual or lifestyle habits that are easily remedied. For example, the couple may be using a sexual lubricant that interferes with the survival of the man’s sperm. Or, they may not be having sex often enough. Other easily treated illnesses or lifestyle habits that may contribute to infertility are:

Heavy use of alcohol, tobacco or drugs.
Starvation diets or anorexia in the woman.
Tight underwear or pants in the man, which raises the crotch temperature and reduces sperm count.
Stress. In a woman, this may cause her periods to be irregular. In a man, stress may reduce his sperm count.

Changing the timing of sex and the couple’s sexual techniques may also increase the chance of pregnancy. Sometimes the semen from the man fails to reach the woman’s cervix. Placing a pillow under the woman’s hips after intercourse may help prevent spillage of semen.


Your doctor will obtain your medical history, examine you and test your semen at least twice. A semen analysis can tell your doctor about your sperm count and sperm quality. These are important parts of fertility.


The following are some natural ways to increase sperm count.

Get enough exercise and sleep
Relax and minimize stress
Quit smoking
Avoid excessive alcohol and drug use
Avoid certain prescription medications
Take a Herbal supplement
Get enough vitamin D
Increase healthful fat intake
Reduce unhealthful fat intake
Get enough zinc
Limit the consumption of soy and estrogen-rich foods


Though there is no specific time frame as to when to consult your doctor but you can see your doctor if the pregnancy does not take place even after one year of unprotected intercourse.

Taking herbal supplements, may also help. Maintaining a healthful, balanced diet that includes plenty of fruits and vegetables is the best way to boost sperm count through the diet.