TERATOSPERMIA

TERATOSPERMIA or TERATOZOOSPERMIA

Normally, for a sperm to fertilize an egg, it should have a normal oval head, neck and a tail. Teratospermia or teratozoospermia is a condition characterized by the presence of large numbers of sperm with an abnormal appearance in a man’s semen. When more than 60% of the sperm have malformations, it can interfere with fertility; A normal sperm has an oval-shaped head, a well-defined cap (acrosome) that covers part of the head, and a single midpiece and tail. During the production of sperm in the testicle (which takes about 78to90 days!), defects often occur. The presence of abnormally-shaped sperm can negatively affect fertility by reducing sperm motility and/or preventing sperm from penetrating the ovum. Achieving a pregnancy may be difficult. Many infertile men have sperm samples which have low sperm counts, with poor motility and many abnormally shaped sperms. This is called oligoasthenoteratozoospermia

CAUSES

The causes of (teratospermia) teratozoospermia are unknown in most cases. However, Hodgkin’s disease, coeliac disease, and Crohn’s disease may contribute in some instances. Metabolic and hormonal imbalances are common culprits, as they can interfere with the process of sperm maturation, and may create abnormalities like unusually large or small heads or malformed tails, small sperm, large sperm, and sperm with defects in the head, tail, and mid-piece. In cases of globozoospermia (sperm with round heads), the Golgi apparatus is not transformed into the acrosome that is needed for fertilization

TYPES OF TERATOSPERMIA

Teratozoospermia can either be mild, moderate or severe. Other than that, they are also classified according to their appearance or the abnormality they present.

POLYMORPHIC TERATOSPERMIA

In this kind of teratozoospermia, the bulk of spermatozoa exhibit more than one anomaly.

GLOBOZOOSPERMIA

This is presented by circular spermatic heads with nonappearance of mid-piece and tail.

MONOMORPHIC TERATOSPERMIA

This kind of abnormality shows only one type of anomaly, an anomaly in the structure of the head. This comes in several types, too, such as Roundhead, Amorphous head, Small head, Tapering head, Pinhead. Mid piece anomaly.

ENLARGED HEAD TERATOSPERMIA

In this kind of teratozoospermia, most of the spermatozoa possess an enlarged head with multiple tails and an abnormal acrosome.

HOMEOPATHIC TREATMENT FOR TERATOSPERMIA

Homeopathy treatment corrects Spermatogenesis by making harmony in the hormone. as well as other associated condition. This condition can be cured with homeopathic medicine within a number of months. The course of treatment should be minimum of 5to 6 months. Poor sperm formation comes from poor cell formation, so the medicine must act at the cellular level. Homeopathic medicine cam alone act in the cellular level

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