Antisperm antibodies arise when the body becomes sensitized to sperm, causing an immune system response that destroys the sperm. Normally, sperm is protected from the immune system by way of a special barrier in the testes.
In men who have anti-sperm antibodies, this barrier has been broken, and the immune system is now able to recognize the unique antigen on sperm and subsequently attack them.
The presence of anti-sperm antibodies (ASA) is a cause of infertility in men and women. Antibodies against sperm can prevent their motility through the female reproductive tract or prevent the process of fertilization. It has been shown that both males and females can make antibodies that react with human sperm. In males, for example, ASA can be detected in seminal plasma and serum, and are also located on the surface of sperm, which cannot be detected in a routine semen analysis. The female may produce ASA, which may be found in circulating blood or produced in the cervical mucus. ASA has usually been found in homosexual males and in cases of testicular trauma, varicocele mumps or orchids, spinal cord injury, congenital absence of the vas and vasectomy

Depending on where the antibodies are located, sperm can be affected in a variety of ways. When the antibodies are found on the tail, sperm tends to be immobilized or may clump together. Antibodies positioned on the head prevent the sperm from properly bonding to the egg, thereby preventing fertilization from taking place.
In some instances, a woman’s cervical mucus can also develop antibodies to her partner’s sperm. It is believed that anti-sperm antibodies in the cervical mucus may account for as much as 40% of unexplained infertility in couples.


Homeopathic medicines will act very well in Antisperm antibodies because ASA is an Autoimmune disorder.

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In men who took the pea capsule, sperm counts dropped by some 50 percent.

Peas – There has been research and scientists have proven that this vegetable works as a natural contraceptive, a natural chemical found in peas called m-xylohydroquinone- did appear to have contraceptive effects. In studies conducted in India, capsules containing the above-mentioned chemical were found to cut the pregnancy rate by up to 60 percent. In men who took the pea capsule, sperm counts dropped by some 50 percent.