Male Infertility Natural Remedy (BM69)
Male infertility because of abnormal semen analysis. Male sterility may be primary or secondary. Lack of production of spermatozoa or absence of spermatozoa. Male sterility without any cause.
The World Health Organization has defined a normal semen analysis as a volume greater than 2 ccís, sperm count greater than 20 million/cc., and 50% motility with 30% normal appearance (morphology). Causes of low semen volume include incomplete collection, repetitive ejaculations immediately prior to the semen analysis, and neurologic conditions such as diabetes and multiple sclerosis. The cause of a low sperm count has not been well determined. Men with extremely low sperm counts (less than 1 million/cc.) may have small deletions in their Y-chromosome, particularly in the area DAZ gene. If there is a genetic cause for markedly abnormal semen, ICSI could pass this condition onto male offspring, requiring ICSI in a subsequent generation. Conventionally, a normal sperm count has been defined as greater than 20 million/cc. In reality, many men between 10-20 million/cc. count have diminished fertility but are not absolutely infertile. A man with a normal semen analysis, typically ejaculates
OrchitinumD20 100C, Testis BovisD20 100C, HeloniasD1 10C, Agnus CastD1 10C, DamianaD1 10C, China OffD1 10C,RatanhiaD1 10C
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HOW TO USE THIS PRODUCT
Take 10-15 drops 3-4 times a day in 8 oz of water. If you weigh less than 100lbs use half a dose or take as prescribed.
30mL approximately a 1 month supply when used as recommended
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