Necrozoospermia: Symptoms, Causes and Natural Treatment
Many are not familiar with this scientific word ‘necrozoospermia’ BUT rather are conversant with the term ‘dead sperm’. Dead sperm is beyond doubt one of the causes of male infertility. Here, we will bring to your knowledge what you need to know about this pathology and the best natural treatment to treat it. In the end, you will be able to discover how you can bring to life your dream of becoming a father from your bowels.
THERE IS NO TELLING OR DESCRIBING THE PAIN FELT WHEN WE ARE UNABLE TO GIVE BIRTH TO UR LITTLE JIMMY.
It can be quite unfortunate, however, you may not be at fault. You just have to do some adjustments and consume some natural remedies that will fix your sperm.
WHAT IS NECROZOOSPERMIA?
Necrozoospermia or necrospermia – is a medical term when all sperm die in fresh semen samples.
- Incomplete necrozoospermia is when many but not all sperm in semen samples die. Usually, when less than 45%, but more than 5%, is viable.
- Complete necrozoospermia is when all the sperm in the semen sample dies.
Complete necrozoospermia is rare.
It is estimated that only 0.2% to 0.5% of fertile men experience complete necrozoospermia. Necrozoospermia cannot be confused with asthenozoospermia.
Asthenozoospermia is when sperm motility — or how the sperm swim — is abnormal. In this case, the sperm does not move, but they do not die.
Absolute Asthenozoospermia is when no sperm move at all. It occurs in 1 in 5,000 people.
Both asthenozoospermia and necrozoospermia are the causes of male infertility. There are usually no external symptoms. The only way to diagnose the problem is by semen analysis.
Different treatment options for true asthenozoospermia and necrozoospermia. With asthenozoospermia, IVF with ICSI is a potential treatment. (IVF with ICSI is when a sperm is injected into the egg).
With necrozoospermia, IVF with ICSI is not possible with fresh ejaculation. You cannot inject dead sperm into eggs. The most successful treatment for necrozoospermia is testicular sperm extraction with ICSI or TESE-ICSI.
NATURAL TREATMENT FOR DEAD SPERM
Our herbal remedy is composed of the best herbs and plants that has properties to cure any sperm abnormalities linked to male infertility. Thanks to this remedy we can now cure azoospermia, teratozoospermia, oligospermia, leukospermia, asthenozoospermia and so on. It has been used in Africa for several years now by those who know the secrets of plants. It has proven effective several times. This natural treatment will bring your dead sperm back to life, while permit you to become fertile again. Now, thanks to African Doctor Store, you have the chance to try it.
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Causes of dead sperm
It is not entirely clear what caused necrozoospermia. Because it is very rare, there are many unknowns.
Some causes and theories behind necrozoospermia include;
- Infection in the male reproductive tract
- Prolonged periods are not ejaculated
- Spinal cord injury
- Problems with the penis
- Problems with the epididymis (which is a long tube, on each testis, where sperm are collected and mature before ejaculation)
- Hormone causes, such as hypogonadotropic hypogonadism (HH)
- Early testicular cancer
- Extremely high body temperature (high temperature kills sperm)
- An anti-sperm antibody, (in which the body’s immune symptoms attack healthy sperm cells, normal cells … sperm cells, in this case)
- Exposure to toxins (environmental toxins available at home or at work)
- Street drug use
- Advanced age (yes, age matters for male fertility)