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A case of Obstructive azoospermia —Treated successfully with homeopathic medicine Obstructive azoospermia (absence of sperm due to blockage)
Azoospermia, defined as complete absence of sperm from the ejaculate,Obstruction is responsible for approximately 40% of cases of azoospermia. Obstructive azoospermia may result from blockage in any of the tubes leading from the testicle to the opening in the tip of the penis. These tubes are

Vas Deferens
Ejaculatory duct
. Severe genital or urinary infections, injury during scrotal or inguinal surgery and birth defects are other common causes of obstructive azoospermia.

Surgical correction of the obstruction, is not successful .but homoeopathic medicines can do lot in this cases








Male infertility refers to a male’s inability to cause pregnancy in a fertile female
The number of men, who are denied of the right of fatherhood, is increasing at an alarming rate.
50% of the total infertility is due to the reasons connected to males.
• Poor sperm production
• Less motility of sperms
• Structural aberrations of them
• Hormonal imbalance, etc. contribute their own shares to the male infertility
• Azoospermia – the state of absence of sperms. In case of azoospermia, if germinal epithelial cells are detected with the help of testicular biopsy, then homoeopathic treatment is highly hopeful.
• Oligospermia – meager number of sperms.
• Astheno sperm – sperms with feeble mobility. This may be sometimes due to the dilated and tortuous condition of the veins of the testis- varicocele. This can be managed very well with homoeopathic medicines by evading surgery.
• Teratospermia – structural malformations of the sperms.


• Undressed testes
• High temperature of the abdominal cavity (tight under garments)
• Smoking, alcoholism
• Certain diseases , such as mumps, may cause an inflammation of the testes (When the mumps gets bad, inflammation doesn’t confine itself to parotid gland . Inflammation of the testes can also happen. And, for the post-pubescent, the virus can go for the endocrine glands – the mammary glands and the ovaries in women, and the testes in men. Women can be rendered infertile by severe inflammation, but it’s rare. Men who develop orchitis, inflammation of the testicles, are slightly more likely to be rendered infertile. This does not happen to the majority of men infected with mumps, but it can happen. Many men who get the mumps experience some negative fertility effects. One out of ten men will have a drop in their sperm count, and about half will notice some shrinkage of their testicles
• Even though a single sperm cells is needed to fertilize an egg cell, the presence of many sperm is required for the successful completion of the process, which is a complex set of events. Thus some sperm secrete proteinases that expose the egg cell for fertilization and others are involved in various steps of initiation.


• Should be collected after 2-5 days abstinence from sexual intercourse or masturbation
• Collected at the laboratory by masturbation
• Should be delivered within 1 hour of collection if collected outside the laboratory
• Coitus interrupts, though not satisfactory, may be acceptable where the subject cannot masturbate. With coitus interrupts, the first portion of the ejaculate, which contains the highest concentration of spermatozoa, may be lost.
• Use of condom is not acceptable unless the condom is clean and plain with no spermicides or lubricants.
• If any portion of the ejaculate is lost or if the container leaks during transportation, the sample should not be used for analysis.
• During the transportation of the sample, it should not be exposed to extremes of temperatures (not less than 200C or more than 400C).
• 2 to 3 specimens should be collected on weekly or biweekly intervals. The examination of a single specimen is not adequate because of the variations in sperm production

• Normal semen is creamy-white in colour.
• Red or Brown Colored semen suggests the presence of blood which can be due to infection, trauma and rarely, cancer.
• Yellow or greenish colour suggests the presence of infection due to sexually transmitted disease, gonorrhea

• Normally the pH of semen is alkaline (7.1-8.0).
• An acidic pH suggests either absence of the seminal vesicles, or an ejaculatory duct obstruction

Foul smelling semen may be due to inflection

WHO recommends that men with sperm counts ranging from15-200 million/ml are in the fertile range.
• A low sperm count may result from over work, emotional stress, fatigue, excess tobacco and alcohol consumption, tight fitting clothes and excess exercise
• Sperm production also declines with age

• Volume should be 2-5ml after 2-5 days abstinence
• Decreased volume of semen may be due to blockage or absence of the seminal vesicles, repeated sex

• Fructose is produced by the seminal vesicles.
• It provides energy for sperm motility
• The normal range is 3 mg/ml of ejaculate
• Absence suggests a block in the male reproductive tract

• Normal Semen is a cloudy white fluid, which becomes runny and clear in 30 Minutes.
• Increased persistent viscosity may inhibit the motility of the spermatozoa

• A normal sperm measures 50-70¬mm in length. It has a large oval head, which measures about 3 – 6 x 2 – 3mm, a short middle piece and a long tail
• Normal semen may contain up to 20% abnormal forms.

• A normal sample will show32% or more motile spermatozoa with the majority exhibiting good to excellent forward progressive movement up to 3 hours after ejaculation.
• Excellent forward + good forward = 32-50%
• Unusual motility pattern (e.g., circular movements) should be noted.

• Antibodies to sperm have been shown to impair fertility and may account for up to 10% of the incidence in couples whose infertility is unexplained
• Infection of the genital tract, varicocele, testicular torsion and autoimmune diseases are some of the conditions associated with antisperm antibodies.
All the above factors affecting male fertility can be fruitfully treated with Homoeopathic medicines. In case of complete absence of sperms (Azoospermia), if germinal epithelial cells are detected with testicular biopsy, then homoeopathic treatment is highly hopeful.In most of the cases FSH, LH, PROLACATIN, TESTOSTERON levels can be normalize by Homoeopathic medicines.

we can normalize the testosterone production with homeopathic medicines

Sperm are produced in the male testicle (testis). The testis is filled with tiny coiled tubes (seminiferous tubules) through which sperm move as they are produced. Each seminiferous tubule is lined with sperm Sertoli cells and sperm stem cells (Spermatagonia). Outside the tube and between the tubes lie testosterone-producing cells (Leydig cells), whose product is essential to regulating sperm production. Hormones produced by the Leydig cell stimulate sperm production indirectly, by acting on the Sertoli cells which in turn regulate the sperm cells. From start to finish, it takes approximately 70 days to make sperm, and sperm in various stages of development can be found throughout the testis. So testosterone is essential for the sperm production, with homeopathic medicines we can normalize the testosterone productionCCF10032015_00000 CCF10032015_00001

A varicocele is an abnormal tortuosity and dilation of veins of the pampiniform plexus within the spermatic cord.. The exact connection between varicoceles and infertility is unclear, but the most commonly accepted theory is that varicoceles increase scrotal temperature, which negatively affects spermatogenesis.

Varicoceles are found in:40% of infertile men.20% of all men in the general population. The large majority are fertile with normal sperm

Urologists often diagnose and surgically repair varicoceles. However, correcting a varicocele (surgical procedure) often does not improve the semen quality enough to change the therapy that will be required to result in pregnancy for the couple. BUT HOMEOPATHIC MEDICINE CAN IMPROVE THE QUALITY  OF SPERMS AND ALSO MOST OF THE CASES  WE CAN CURE VARICOCELESCCF04032015_00000 CCF04032015_00002

Maturation Arrest

Maturation Arrest is the cessation of complete differentiation of cells at an immature stage; in spermatogenic maturation arrest, the seminiferous tubules contain spermatocytes, but no sperms develop.

Complete maturation arrest: germ cell maturity ceases at a specific point frequently at primary spermatocyte level; sperm counts usually zero

•Incomplete maturation arrest: similar to complete but a few late spermatids are present in a few seminiferous tubules, some prefer the term hypospermatogenesis instead of incomplete maturation arrest

As sperm develop, they undergo a series of maturation steps. At any one of these steps, abnormalities may occur. Sperm are produced by repeated division of cells in small coiled tubules within the testes at a rate of appropriately 100 million per day. Sperm production is a lengthy process; from the beginning of division of the stem cell to the appearance of mature sperm in the semen takes about 3 months.

Testicular Failure

The main  cause of azoospermia is testicular failure, which is the inability of the testicles to produce enough mature sperm. Causes of testicular failure include chromosome problems, diseases of the testicle, and injury to the testicale. Undescended testicles at birth or frequent and heavy use of marijuana can also increase the risk of testicular failure. This can occur during any stage of sperm production. The testicle may not have the cells necessary that divide to become sperm cells, or the sperm may be unable to fully develop and mature.

Hormones are necessary for the testicles to produce sperm. The testicles produce sperm when they are stimulated by pituitary hormones. If there is an absence of these hormones, or a small amount of these hormones, sperm production can be affected. Men who take or have taken steroids may have affected the hormones necessary for sperm production.The function of the testes is dependent upon hormones from the pituitary gland – follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) and luteinizing hormone (LH). The level of these hormones rise during the early stages of puberty and stimulates testicular development. LH controls production of the male sex hormone testosterone which in turn is responsible for development of the genitals, beard and body hair, prostate and seminal vesicles, and also bone and muscle development and other aspects of masculine physique. If LH and FSH are deficient the testes do not develop properly. In contrast, if the testes are damaged directly, the levels of these hormones in the blood rise. Thus the measurement of LH, FSH and testosterone in blood helps in the diagnosis of testicular disorders.



There are effective medicines in homeopathy to stimulate the hypothalamus and pituitary and can normalize production of FSH, LH and testosterone


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 MALE INFERTILITY –Delayed liquefaction of semen may lead to infertility.

 Semen is a thick gel at the time of ejaculation and normally becomes liquid within 20 -30minutes after ejaculation. When semen is ejaculated, it is thick and gelatinous. This is to help it adhere to the cervix.  .The liquefaction is the process when the gel formed by proteins from the seminal vesicles is broken up and the semen becomes more liquid. The semen eventually liquefies to enable the sperm to swim better Liquefaction time is a measure of the time it takes for the semen to liquefy.

Delayed liquefaction may indicate a problem with the prostate, the seminal vesicles, or the bulb urethral glands, which are also known as the male accessory glands.

If delayed liquefaction occurs, your doctor may follow up with a post-coital test (PCT). This fertility test evaluates the woman’s cervical mucus after sexual intercourse. If sperm are found and moving normally, the delayed liquefaction is not consider a problem.

Homeopathic medicines will very well act in Delayedliquefaction of semen.

Within 3 months we will expect a good result in this case


Oligoastenospermia ?
Oligospermia : Oligospermia defined as less number of sperm in the ejaculate of the male or less than 20 million sperm per milliliter.

Normal Sperm count : 20 million / milliliter to 120 million / milliliter

Sperm count below 20 million/ml called Oligospermia.

Azoospermia is defined as the absence of spermatozoa in the ejaculation.

Oligoasthenoteratozoospermia, Polyzoospermia, Oligozoospermia, Oligospermie, Asthenozoospermia, Asthenospermia, Teratospermia, Asthenoteratozoospermia and Teratozoospermia are terms associated with male fertility factor.

Oligospermia, Oligospermaesthenia (Poor Sperm Motility), oligoasthenospermia and Oligoasthenoteratospermia are the most common type of male infertility factor exist in repeated semen analysis with no known urological or endocrinology abnormalities found during examination and therefore in Allopathy there is no specific treatment


Spermatogenesis is corrected and all parameter of sperm analysis become normal with 7 to 9 month of homoeopathic treatment

Male Infertility Factor responsible in 30 % of infertile couple, and addition to this additional 20 %there is contributing male factor. There are several advantages when the man and the women treated simultaneously, prevents more expenses behind unnecessary investigations and saves time.

Homeopathic medicine found to be most effective therapy in treatment of Low Sperm Count, Low Sperm Motility, Low Sperm Volume, Abnormal Sperm cell Morphology, Delayed Seminal Liquefaction, Semen Viscosity, Anti Sperm Antibody and combination of the any of the disorder either Endocrine or Urology or of both.

Oligoastenospermia Homeopathy treatment corrects Spermatogenesis by making harmony in hormone as well as other associate urological conditionTESTIMONIALS INFERTILITY A CASE OF OLIGOASTHENOSPERMIA




A varicocele is an abnormal tortuosity and dilation of veins of the pampiniform plexus within the spermatic cord.. The exact connection between varicoceles and infertility is unclear, but the most commonly accepted theory is that varicoceles increase scrotal temperature, which negatively affects spermatogenesis.

Varicoceles are found in:40% of infertile men.20% of all men in the general population. The large majority are fertile with normal sperm

Urologists often diagnose and surgically repair varicoceles. However, correcting a varicocele (surgical procedure) often does not improve the semen quality enough to change the therapy that will be required to result in pregnancy for the couple. BUT HOMEOPATHIC MEDICINE CAN IMPROVE THE QULITY  OF SPERMS

Fertility after failure of IUI & ICSI

After 3 failed attempts at IUI & 2failed attempts at IVF we really didn’t think that a baby was ever likely to happen in our life .I was suffering from low sperm count and motility, and my wife suffering from CMV IGG+

However, this time my husband and I decided to consult dr dileep kumar at carewell homoeopathic fertility clinic.We started the homoeopathic medicine, just about 3 months.My wife conceived. Now we are having a healthy male baby 6 yrs after our married life

Thank u dr dileep

Mrs& mr Manoj kumar
Pournami, kuttipuram malappuram ( dt)kerala,