Male Infertility Factors
About Male Infertility Factors
Male infertility accounts for almost 50% of all cases of fertility problems. Many people find this surprising as many believe fertility is a women’s problem. Male fertility problems are commonly treated in TCM using herbs, good nutrition and/or acupuncture with very good results. Male fertility depends on:
It is important to get a semen analysis done. Almost all aspects of male fertility problems can benefit from TCM treatment. Sperm production and quality can be increased, blockages can be reduced and hormonal results can be resolved by treating the body and restoring balance.
Treatment for Male Infertility Factors
In TCM it is important to meet the couple (both the man and the woman) when diagnosing and treating fertility problems as each person is 50% of the embryo. Treatment involves restoring balance and in TCM this is done using herbs, good nutrition and/or acupuncture with very good results
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