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Prostatitis and Azoospermia

Azoospermia is the medical condition of a male not having any measurable level of sperm in his semen. It is associated with very low levels of fertility or even sterility, but many forms are amenable to medical treatment. Azoospermia affects about 1% of the male population and may be seen in up to 20% of male infertility situations.
Some patients who want to have babies have been told by doctors that the only remedy is IVF and surgery before IVF. However, the expense of IVF is depressive, and what's more, surgery is quite harmful to human body.

 

Classification:
Azoospermia is not to be confused with aspermia that refers to the absence of semen. Azoospermia can be classified into three major types as listed.[2] Many conditions listed may also cause various degrees of oligospermia rather than azoospermia.
Pre-testicular azoospermia
Pretesticular azospermia is characterized by inadequate stimulation of an otherwise normal testicles and normal genital tract. Typically, FSH levels are low (hypogonadotropic) commensurate with inadequate stimulation of the testes to produce sperm. Examples include hypopituitarism (for various causes), hyperprolactinemia, and exogenous FSH suppression by testosterone. Chemotherapy may suppress spermatogenesis. Pretesticular azoospermia is seen in about 2% of azoospermia.
Testicular azoospermia
In this situation the testes are abnormal, atrophic, or absent, and sperm production severely disturbed to absent. FSH levels tend to be elevated (hypergonadotropic) as the feedback loop is interrupted. The condition is seen in 49-93% of men with azoospermia. Testicular failure includes absence of failure production as well as low production and maturation arrest during the process of spermatogenesis.
Causes for testicular failure include congenital issues such as in certain genetic conditions (e.g. Klinefelter syndrome), some cases of cryptorchism or Sertoli cell-only syndrome as well as acquired conditions by infection (orchitis), surgery (trauma, cancer), radiation, or other causes.
Generally, men with unexplained hypergonadotropic azoospermia need to undergo a chromosomal evaluation.
Post-testicular azoospermia
In posttesticular azoospermia sperm are produced but not ejaculated, a condition that affects 7-51% of azoospermic men. The main cause is a physical obstruction (obstructive azoospermia) of the posttesticular genital tracts. The most common reason is a vasectomy done to induce contraceptive sterility. Other obstructions can be congenital (example agenesis of the vas deferens as seen in certain cases of cystic fibrosis) or acquired, such as ejaculatory duct obstruction for instance by infection.
Ejaculatory disorders include retrograde ejaculation and anejaculation; in these conditions sperm are produced but not expelled.

 

Treatment:
According to surveys, over half of patients of azoospermia are caused by prostatitis or vesiculitis. For those patients, inflammatory problem should be solved before curing azoospermia. Actually , the treatment of azoospermia can be easy. By curing prostatitis and vesiculitis, azoospermia can be cured as well.
Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill can treat necrospermia, azoospermia and male infertility which are caused by prostatitis, seminal vesiculitis, epididymitis and orchitis. The curative effect is trustworthy! It has triumphantly conquered the treatment of global stubborn diseases such as prostatitis, vesiculitis, epididymitis, orchitis and male infertility. Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill, which applies the therapy of promoting blood circulation by removing blood stasis as well as the cooperation with detoxicant, can treat the enlarged prostate,epididymis and seminal vesicle and make them retract to normal size. This Chinese patent medicine can also dredge the blocked ductuli efferentes testis, seminal duct and ejaculatory duct to relieve bulge and pain in patients. These diseases can be cured in three or four months or so.


What if the azoospermia is not caused by prostatitis or vesiculitis?

The causes of azoospermia is various, including genetic cause. Genetic factors can cause pretesticular, testicular, and posttesticular azoospermia (or oligospermia) and include the following situations: The frequency of chromosomal abnormalities is inverse proportional to the semen count, thus males with azoospermia are at risk to have a 10-15% abnormalities on karyotyping versus about <1 % in the fertile male population. If so, taking Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill perhaps may not radically cure the disease, but it can release depressive symptoms and it is good for the health.

 

How to Have More Sperm By Eating Food:

• Vegetables including broccoli, spinach, mustard, and other green vegetables help increase your sperm count significantly. Tomato also contains a lot of antioxidants that help increase sperm productivity. Zinc, selenium and chromium also help produce more sperm in men.

•If you are drinking a lot coffee, it is negatively affecting your sperm productivity. Caffeine decreases sperm count in men. This also goes for Coke, Pepsi, and other food and drinks containing large amounts of caffeine. Take less caffeine and exercise your body for at least 30 minutes a day. This will help maximize your sperm count.

• Liver: Ok so liver might be icky and right now you are saying to yourself no way am I eating liver. But ounce for ounce there is nothing better as a source of fertility boosting Vitamin A than liver. Men who get plenty of Vitamin A each day have a higher sperm count and perform better sexually than men who are lacking in this vitamin.

• Brazil Nuts: Between cigarette smoke, air pollution and all the other toxins in the air these days it definitely has a bearing on sperm count. All these daily toxins can damage sperm count, alter DNA inside the cells and possibly increase the risk of birth defects.

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