It is estimated that approximately 25% of all infertility is caused by a sperm defect. About 40-50% of infertility cases have a sperm defect as the main cause, or a contributing cause. This is the legacy of male factor infertility. However, in cases of male factor infertility, defects are caused by poor sperm quality or other sperm disorders more than 90% of the time. Even through these are the numbers, life can be complex, as we know that men with very low sperm counts can sometimes have children - and some men with normal sperm counts can be infertile.
What matters most is not how many sperm there are or how fast they swim - but whether they can fertilize the female partner's eggs. Sperm disorders and defects are a biochemical issue at the molecular level. A sperm defect is present when sperm are irregularly shaped, have poor motility or low sperm count. It takes more than looking at sperm under the microscope to assess the ability of the sperm to fertilize the female's eggs.
The semen analysis is the central testing component used to determine if a sperm disorder is the cause for male infertility. The values of these guidelines only increase the probability that there is a case of male factor infertility, but it does not provide any guarantees. Guidelines for normal semen levels are given here:
What is thought to be essential to be fertile
Its all biochemical
When we say "biochemical" it just means, digestion and metabolism. Lifestyle affects it strongly. To get faster results we might need to upgrade those factors with a suitable high energy meal plan. A more efficient lifestyle might be a great support, while herbs can speed up the journey towards faster results.
Ayurvedic approach to better sperms
Few healthy lifestyle changes may sometimes help overcome male infertility from sperm disorders:
Other Ayurvedic treatments include
Ayurveda has powerful and safe treatment protocol for most male fertility challenges.