July 04, 2013
Natural Remedies for Infertility in Men
Infertility is not a rare occurrence. About 15% of couples experience problems conceiving and in 40% of these couples, low sperm count and/or reduced sperm mobility is an issue. Infertility does not refer to not being able to conceive the first or even second or third try. Infertility may only be an issue after the couple has tried to conceive for one year - that’s 12 months of trying.
If this is the case, then both the man and the women should see their physician for a medical exam. These supplements may only help if there are no physical problems. So guys, if your nether-regions appear to be shipshape, these supplements could help give your little swimmers a helping hand.
You can increase your sperm count over the course of a couple of months if you take 1,000mg of vitamin C twice a day. This will also increase your sperms motility (ability to move properly toward the egg) and morphology (i.e. your little swimmers will have reduced cell damage).
Vitamin E & Selenium
Taking a dose of these supplements once a day will also help improve sperm motility. Take 400 IU of vitamin E and 225 mcg of selenium.
A healthy dose of CoQ10 every day for 26 days has been shown to increase sperm motility, density and your sperm’s ability to penetrate the egg. Take 100-300 mg daily
Omega 3 & 6
Guys with a better omega 3 and 6 fat ratio in their sperm cells have less issues with infertility. Try taking an omega 3 supplement 400 mg of fish, flaxseed and borage seed oil.
You need zinc for sperm production and also for testosterone output, making it incredibly useful to help promote fertility.