Male infertility is inability to get a fertile woman pregnant in spite of regular unprotected sexual intercourse for at least one year. Male infertility may be because of Azoospermia (no sperms in semen), oligospermia (less sperms in semen) and reduced sperm motility and altered morphology.

Male infertility is diagnosed when, after testing both partners, reproductive problems have been found in the male.

Infertility is a widespread issue. For concerning one in 5 infertile couples the problem lies mostly within the male partner.


Healthy sperm are very important to get women pregnant. Only healthy sperms are not sufficient but sperm count should be above 15 million per millimeters of semen or 39 million per ejaculate. If the count of sperm is less than 15 millimeters, then it consider as a low sperm count, leads to infertility in male. Low sperm count happened generally due to sexually transmitted disease.

Numerous ejaculation issues will cause Male infertility like male erectile dysfunction (impotency), retrograde ejaculation (sperms goes back to bladder rather than going out through penis), low sexual desire and premature ejaculation. Erectile dysfunctions may be as a result of medical conditions like high blood pressure, diabetes, high cholesterol levels, and heart diseases. It also causes as a results of side effects of some medicines.

Sperms are formed in testicle however cannot reach to penis because of problem in tubes that carry them. Tubes will get blocked as a result of surgery, infections and trauma

Autoimmune diseases – These are immune system cells determine sperms as enemies and starts killing them.

Cancer and Tumors of male reproductive organs

Birth defects: This includes un- descended testicles wherever testicles fail to descend down the scrotum.

Consumption of alcohol and smoking: Exposure to chemicals will result in low sperm count


1.Pain, swelling or a lump within the testicle space

2. Problems with sexual function — as an example, problem with ejaculation or little volumes of fluid ejaculated, reduced sexual desire or problem maintaining an erection (erectile dysfunction)

3. Inability to smell-Decreased facial or body hair or alternative signs of a chromosomal or hormonal abnormality

4. Recurrent respiratory infections

5. Abnormal breast growth (gynecomastia)

6. Having a less than normal sperm count (fewer than fifteen million sperm per milliliter of semen or a complete sperm count of less than 39 million per ejaculate).

Homeopathy Treatment for Male Infertility:

Homeopathy medicine for male infertility are absolutely effective and safe. It treated patient by removing root cause of the problem. Homeopathy medicine treat on mind and body together and gives effective results. The treatment helps to increase sperm count. Healthy sperms are very important for conception along with counts above 15 million. By taking homeopathy medicine, sperm quality and count get improved.